|Project Summary||Project Information|
In an effort funded by Rochester Roots, a local 6th grader named J.J proposed an idea to decompose waste to demonstrate the decomposition process and turn scrap in to fertilizer. The project was initiated in 2015 by an MSD team (16421) that began the fabrication process of an automated composting mechanism.
While the detailed design for the RoboComposter was attempted by a previous MSD team, the team ran out of time and the RoboComposter lacks critical automation components. Throughout the term, the design will be refined and controls will be added to make RoboComposter 1.0 turn into a fully automated composting machine deemed RoboComposter 2.0.
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