Contact:

Twitter: @TRIrobots - Facebook: Texas Robotics Invitational 

Email: TRI@spectrum3847.org

What

Texas Robotics Invitational (TRI) is an off-season event in Houston, Texas designed to more experience in FRC. TRI is planned and organized by Spectrum FRC#3847 with the help of Houston area teams, and volunteers.

When

2017 TRI Dates

June 29th - Field Setup and Team Load In
June 30th - All-Girl Drive Team Tournament (9am - 12pm) , Mentors Drive Tournament (1pm-3pm), Practice Matches(4pm-6pm), Celebration(6:30pm-9:30pm) Rules
July 1st - Full Competition plus a full playoff bracket (8am - 5:30pm).

Where

Strake Jesuit College Preparatory Gymnasiums: 8900 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX, 77036

 

We are a High School Engineering and FIRST Robotics Competition Team from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory located in Houston, Texas. Spectrum focuses on introducing students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while enriching our members, schools, community, and the world. Thank you to our Sponsors for your support.

We are a High School Engineering and FIRST Robotics Competition Team from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory located in Houston, Texas. Spectrum focuses on introducing students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) while enriching our members, schools, community, and the world. Thank you to our Sponsors for your support.

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Texas Robotics Invitational June 30th & July 1stView this email in your browserTexas Robotics InvitationalPromises Two Days Of Action Packed Excitement!TRI showcases top high school engineering talent in the country.One of the largest summer robo [Read More]

How I Work Trading CardsThis year we have added on to our How I Work Blog Series by making Trading Cards for 10 of the amazing mentors and volunteers who have been featured in this series. You can view all 10 cards here and we will have all 10 cards [Read More]

Competition season starts TomorrowView this email in your browserLone Star Central RegionalSpectrum 3847, the St. Agnes and Strake Jesuit engineering team, was the recipient of the prestigious Quality Award at the FIRST FRC (For Inspiration and Recog [Read More]

Competition season starts TomorrowView this email in your browserHub City Regional SuccessSpectrum 3847 won the Engineering Inspiration Award and came away with a berth in the 2017 FIRST World Championship which will be held in Houston at the George [Read More]

Competition season starts TomorrowView this email in your browserCompetition Season starts tomorrowWatch live here:http://ift.tt/2mG7ngIWe will be at the Hub City Regional in Lubbock March 2-4th Spectrum 2017 MagazineWant to know what Spectrum does y [Read More]

Day 48: RecapSo we had a bit of break but we'll try to keep things updated as we move through the competition season.Week 6Here is the state of the competition robot that we bagged. We didn't really get to perform a full system check on it but we are co [Read More]

Day 32: Sheetmetal should be in tomorrowLook for our big blog post tomorrow night after we get our sheetmetal back.We have been preparing all our parts to assemble the robots once we get our parts back tomorrow.We have been printing parts including a nice camera mount.Also preparing our sh [Read More]

Day 30: Superbowl Bot BuildingWe are still working on getting our parts ready for the sheet metal delivery.We have our gears and wheel modules ready to be bolted up to the sheet metal when it arrives.We also have powder coated Versaplanties for the competition robot ready to go a [Read More]

Day 29: Adventures in Making a Rack and PinionNow that sheet metal has been sent out, it's finally time for us to buckle down and figure out some of the smaller parts on our robot. Among these smaller parts is the plate we plan on using to cut off individual lanes in our three-wide shooter. [Read More]

Day 26: Preparing for SheetmetalWith the main sheet metal order sent off to our sponsors we now have to prepare all the rest of our parts.We began making some new shooter rollers using white silicone instead of black latex.We also have been organizing all our subsystems and doing i [Read More]