Cube Solver Robot

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Cube Solver Robot

A Cube-solve Robot by Abraham Diaz, Jr. from Hedgepeth/Williams Middle School

Hedgepeth-Williams' Students Participate in the 2017 Future City Competition


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Abraham Diaz, Jr., student of the STEM Club at Hedgepeth-Williams Middle School of the Arts displays his Lego Mindstorm EV3 Rubik's Cube Solver. Abraham downloaded all instructions and committed 2-days a week after school to complete the robot.
The project was under the supervision of Mr. Bruce D. Williams, Math Teacher at Hedgepeth-Williams Middle School.

The EV3 robot can solve most Rubik Cubes in less than 2 minutes, with an average of 25 moves.

Congratulations to Abraham, future Mechanical Engineer!

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