TEJ3M1/TEJ4M1 Classes are designed as labs where students apply investigative procedures to find the answers to questions that could arise when designing and building robots. learn the behaviors of radio transmitters and receivers in a teleoperated system. gain an understanding of the relationship between robot work and the current that the motors draw. learn how to measure torque for motors and determine the point where the clutch will disengage without causing damage to the motors. learn the relationships between gear ratios, torque and speed. learn that even simple choices (like wheel size) have significant consequences on robot performance. learn how to use some basic hand tools. This project can take between 7-12 days depending on enhancements and the levels of students in your classroom.