Daredevils Robotics Celebrates Ten Years
The team celebrated their tenth anniversary and showcased their newest robot.
DULUTH, Minn. – For ten years, the Duluth Daredevils robotics team has inspired the next wave of scientists and engineers.
The team held an open house to celebrate the big milestone and to show off their newest robot. The Daredevils have worked on the robot everyday for the last six weeks. Students have done everything from wiring to programming.
“We have to learn how to incorporate everyone together and know how to work as a team and work with other people and not just yourself,” said Daredevils programmer Dawson Averill.
“Our product is our kids and watching them spring out of this team and go to college placements and then later getting co–ops and internships, there’s nothing better than that,” said Daredevils coach Tim Velmer.
The team will show off the new robot’s skills at the first robotics competition at the DECC in March.