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  • What is Davison Robotics?
    Davison Robotics is not a club or a group of kids getting together to horse around. Davison Robotics is a team of kids of all ages focused on learning Engineering skills that will help them build a successful future. 

  • Welcome to Davison Robotics


    If you are reading this then you have reached the Davison Robotics website which consists of multiple FIRST teams from Davison, Michigan to include:

    • FRC - Team 3534 - House of Cards (established 2011)
    • FTC - Team 9514 - Techna Cards (established 2014)
    • FTC - Team 10058 - Wild Cards (established 2014)
    • FLLJr - Team 14895 - Hill Elementary (established 2018)
    • FLLJr - Team 15759 - Siple Stardinals (established 2018)
    • FLLJr - Team 16717 - Siple Stardinals (established 2018)
    • FLLJr - Team 16718 - Siple Stardinals (established 2018)

    Building futures in Engineering for young eager minds that want to learn.


    Enjoy our website and hopefully you'll find information on here that will help you.

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    1. FRC Season

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      Sydney Schneider
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      By Sydney Schneider,

      Starting the beginning of our fifth week of the 2020 season, our team opened up our new robot lab to the community and sponsors to come and view. We presented our past robot and awards while also showing where we are now in terms of prototyping and CAD designs. As the CAD team is working hard to finalize details for assembly, the machining team has gotten busy with fabricating all of our specialty parts for both our practice bot and competition bot.  Some examples our of special parts are tons of customs brackets and six shooter rails that are being assembled. The build team has gotten to work by attaching the intake arm and elevator to P-bot. Within the next week, we are striving to have a fully functional elevator and hook up the shooter to the practice bot chassis.


    2. Working Robots

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      Sydney Hardesty
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      By Sydney Hardesty,

      It was on August 26th, 1920 that the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified, giving some American women full voting rights. August 26th is now Women’s Equality Day. Designated in 1973, the date celebrates the Women’s Suffrage Movement and underscores the continuing work for equality for women and girls.

      NASA has marked this persistent effort with a video introduction to eleven space pioneers, including physicist Pearl Young, engineer Kitty O’Brien Joyner, mathematician Dorothy Vaughan, mathematician Katherine Johnson, Chief of Astronomy and “Mother of Hubble” Nancy Grace Roman, and launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson.


    3. Davison Robotics Booster Club NEWS

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      Thom Hardesty
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      By Thom Hardesty,

      This is the elected BOARD members for all of FIRST Davison Robotics Team (June is election month)


      CURRENT: Thom Hardesty (2018-2019)

      PREVIOUS: Lisa Johnson (2017-2018)


      CURRENT: Jason Craft (2018-2019)

      PREVIOUS: Lisa Johnson (2017-2018)


      CURRENT: Coach Chris Purdy (2018-2019)


      CURRENT: Lisa Johnson (2018-2019)

      PREVIOUS: Tammy Lovelady (2017-2018)


      CURRENT: Kate Hosang (2018-2019)

      PREVIOUS: Nicole Peel (2017-2018)


      CURRENT: Stephanie Hardesty (2018-2019)

      CURRENT: Kevin Meikle (2018-2019)

      CURRENT: Leigh LaForest (2018-2019)

    4. FTC Season

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  • Sponsorship

    Without the help of sponsors the teams aren't sure where they would be.  Cost of supplies, travel expenses, logistics, marketing and outreach events all must be funded.  Couldn't do any of it without sponsors and we of all ages can not thank our sponsors enough for helping make it all happen. THANK YOU!

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  • What is FIRST?

    FIRST is an international organization which uses competitive robotics as a vehicle for promoting science & technology. FIRST allows high school students to work side by side with professional mentors to learn skills ranging from engineering to marketing, animation and business.

    FIRST Leagues?

    There is a FIRST League for all age groups
    FRC (Ages 14-18; Grades 9-12)
    FTC (Ages 12-18; Grades 7-12)
    FLL (Ages 9-16*; Grades 4-8)
    FLLJr (Grades K-4)

    Davison Community Outreach

    Don't be surprised if you see kids running around with Davison Robotics shirts on helping the community.  The Community helps support the team and the team wants to give back by helping the community.

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