Cooler Master Robotics Teams Design Chassis Workbench Mount

/ 3 years ago


Cooler Master may do a lot for the gaming community, but did you know they also sponsor many teams in the Robotics Competition in L.A.? The team compete every year to create robots for the competition in Long Beach Arena, and it’s here they ran into a more interesting problem, they didn’t have anywhere to put the systems they need to do their CAD work and programming while working on their projects. The teams of high school students designed a special mount to house their peripherals and Cooler Master chassis directly on their workbench. The custom metal bracket bolts onto the side of any tool chest/work bench, providing a sturdy mount to ensure they can take their work wherever they need it!




It’s a simple yet elegant solution and provides a rock solid base for the system, and for some added flair, they’ve even added a nice CM logo into the base of it.


I can’t help but wonder if this is something Cooler Master will release as a product, as there are many labs out there that could benefit from it. Either way, it’s a great solution to the problem and we absolutely love it!


For more information about the First Robotics Competition and the Cooler Master teams, check out the official page here.

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