staying up late, but it works

staying up late, but it works

Ryan Bendremer
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Today we finally got test our snitch at the park. After all our tests on guide wires David said we could go out and test our idea. We learned from all the tests that our motors are extremely powerfull and once the snitch got over the line of gravity it would shoot up really high into the air. In the test Chris was goining to drive it. Jake held it up and he pushed the throttle on the 5 channel remote and the props started to spin It lifted up really fast. It pasted the line of gravity and shot up really high and then it fell down. Everyone was silent but I ran over and it was broken. Jibreel and I went back with Oliver to fix it while Tony stayed to watch his friends from China fly their object. We got back and we super glued our frame back together. Time was over for the day but all of us could stay later. We laser cut new mounts for the ones that broke and our snitch looked like new. At 4 Tony had to leave and at 5 Jibreel left. While I was still there we made a frame out of wood for the presentation. We made 2 mounts for the top and bottom of the tall rectangular wood box. In the mount was 4 holes for the guide wires. I ended up leaving at 9 p.m. with the snitch going up and down after 10 seconds. The snitch did not need a remote. This was the best day yet.