Our Entrapption Stars have two bore options, making them viable parts for both FRC and FTC! This product is frequently used as intake wheels for picking up game pieces. Made from rubber, they are flexible, yet firm, allowing for the ability to pick up objects of irregular shape.
The 1/2 in. Hex Bore option is designed to be an interference fit on any 0.5 in. Hex Shaft. This means the bore is actually 0.425 in. and it will be a tight press on, but keep the entrapption star from rotating.
The Nub Bore is our most common FIRST Tech Challenge Bore.
- Bore: Nub Bore, 1/2 in. Hex
- Durometer: 40A
- Material: Natural Rubber
- Thickness: 0.5 in.
Nice little addition to the robot that easily g...
Nice little addition to the robot that easily grabs anything in its way. We removed a couple of points on one side to create an area that could better entrap Freight and move it into our intake mechanism.
Infinite use wheels.
I have used these wheels for virtually anything I can think of. Cowboy boot spurs, toilet paper, Scrub Daddy replacements. The list goes on and on. I love these wheels more than I love my brother, in fact I've replaced him with a group of these stars glued vaguely in his shape. They're ok for intake wheels as well I guess.
The West Star
Little other products have scratched my itch for reasonably priced First® Tech Challenge products than this scrumptiously shaped star. Each night, gazing up at the milky void from my sleeping quarters, I can't help but see Entrapption Star dotted across the vast beyond. This product has provided me with such a strong sense of purpose- I feeling hungry and enthralled each time I set eyes upon it, I want to both frame and consume it. Each individual piercing point resembles a glorious aspect of this life, the 7 deadly sins are rivaled only by the heavenly ten slices of Entrapption Star. To Mr. Mark, I salute you, and everything you stand for. I will buy again.
uncanny resemblance to a dead, irradiated patrick star
this looks like famed spnogbob square pant character 'patrik star', except very unhealthy and very much dead; please change it now