WE WENT TO NASA!!
In 2016, our team that consisted of high school students has resumed back to the self-constructing and the self-designing of our newest ROV, Cygnus. We innovated new design on Cygnus by assembled six mortars to achieve movement in the six axises, we also incorporated 3D printing components to lower the cost of our ROV and since the 3D printing material, PLA, is biodegradable, we are able to sustain the environment. Our ROV “Cygnus” stood out at the regional competition and our victory has led us to our first MATE International Competition held in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab.
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