Or that is how
it should have been. I had been waiting for a letter from Japan on
how the wrist motor is wired. I finally got it 4 days before the project
was due. I was forced to cut the arm and redesign it at the last
minute with a different motor.
Then when I had that working the elbow motor gave out. I once again had to replace it, 3 days before it was due. Therefore, by the time I had it rebuilt, the deadline was upon me - I hadn't finished.
Now, to all future CIA members: DON'T WAIT! Do what needs to be done NOW. You may think you have lots of time, but they were only 2 of the many problems I had encountered towards the end.
But do not fret. You may have to wait a little longer, but "THE ARM" will be finished and CD's will be easier to use - trust me. I plan to get into class during the summer and finish what needs to be done. I refuse to let my pride be stripped away when I worked so hard on this for months. Remember class of 2002, this is the type of determination you need if you wish to finish, GOOD LUCK!!!