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On February 8th, several members of Team 4256 took a trip to Missouri S&T in order to visit former members of the Cyborg Cats. Not only was it nice to catch up with old friends, but it was amazing to see what our alumni are involved in at S&T. One member, Brandon Terlouw, is currently working on the college’s Solar Car... READ MORE

 

 


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Helping out rookie Principia Team

On Saturday, January 25th, the Cyborg Cats drove over to Principia to help rookie team 5326, the Optimus Prins! The group included Alex Kessel, Drew Port, Steven Howell, Luke Thuro, Sydney Thomas, Ben Saltmiras, and Matthew Hoekzema. The team traveled to Principia at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

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Westminster Robotics Team Visits EDI Camp

This summer, three recent graduates from Westminster Christian Academy (WCA) injected a byte of robot fun into a camp for children with diabetes. The trio was former members of WCA’s robotics team who demonstrated the school’s robot to children attending the “Exercise, Diet and Insulin” (EDI) camp sponsored by the American Diabetes Association in Fredericktown, Mo...

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We had fun at Spartan Metal Products!

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The team visited the manufacturing facility of Spartan Light Metals in Mexico, MO.  Spartan Light Metals specializes in die casting high performance magnesium and aluminum alloys...

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Westminster Robotics Team Visits Trinity Church

On Tuesday, November 12, members of the WCA CyborgCats visited Trinity Church and gave a presentation about the FIRST program and WCA’s Robotics team to elementary and middle-school aged children. “We went to Trinity church to give a presentation to the boy's and girl's club about robotics and engineering. They were learning about engineering in their "youth group" classes and Mr. Terlouw, their teacher, wanted us to come in a present our team to them,” said Ciarra Peter...

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Da Vinci Robot Visits Westminster

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On Nov. 15, Westminster Christian Academy hosted a robotic surgery exhibit featuring the da Vinci robot, a system that is increasingly being used by surgeons to perform delicate surgeries. Des Peres Hospital worked with Intuitive Surgical to bring the traveling da Vinci robotic system...

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