We would like to thanks our continuing sponsors; without their help, learning about robotics and sharing our passion of STEM would be a lot more difficult. Big thanks.

The 4H clubs are doing a fantastic jobs at reaching young people and sharing their passion and knowledge. A big thanks to the Westchester Extension of the Cornell Cooperative, our 4H club in the state of New York.

You can learn more about their wonderful programs here.

4-H is now supporting us for four years in a row. Big thanks!

IBM is a dominant computer manufacture which leads the field in computer architecture and its applications, for example to the field of cognitive and big data. It is a very generous sponsor of our program, a testament of its long term vision for building the engineers and thoughtful leaders.

You can learn more about IBM research here.

IBM is now supporting us for four years in a row. Big thanks!

Igus is a renowned manufacturer of high-tech polymer bearings. It has products that are very suitable for FTC and FRC. Our team appreciated their expertise and their generous in-kind donation of linear slides.

You can learn more about their products here, and their linear slides here.

IGUS is now supporting us for three years in a row. Big thanks!

Actuonix is a manufacturer of linear actuators including linear servos. They generously agreed to sponsor us this year, to aid us in our goal of promoting and supporting an FLL team in Mount Vernon. We are incredibly grateful for their support.

Actuonix has been supporting us for the first time this year. Big thanks!

Overleaf is a free, collaborative, cloud-based LaTeX editor which makes the process of writing, editing and publishing scientific documents quicker and easier. Overleaf's award-winning collaboration technology is now in use by over 2.9 million researchers, students and technical writers in institutions, labs and industry worldwide. It’s simple and intuitive to use – all you need is a web browser.

We use their awesome product to write our Engineering Notebook. You too can take your notebook to the next level using their product for free. Visit them here.

Overleaf started sponsoring us this year. Big thanks!

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point is the stellar institution training Cadets to become leaders of character and prepared for a career of professional excellence and service to the Nation as an officer in the United State Army. They have outstanding centers of excellence, including Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a robotic program as well as Physics and Nuclear 
Engineering.  You can learn more about this outstanding institution here.
The Department of Physics has been very generous to us, providing some of their expertise to our team, e.g. with regards to machining complex aluminum parts.  Big thanks!


Zpacks is a high-tech outdoor equipment web store known for outstanding tents, backpacks, and clothing. They use ultra-strong Dyneema Composite Fabrics that is used, among others, for America Cup's sails.

They provided us with strong Dyneema Cords that does not stretch, is light and strong, and has an excellent sheathing. Their cords lifted us all the way to the world championships.

Learn more about the company here, and their strings here

Zpacks is now supporting us for three year in a row. Big thanks!

Vulcan Spring makes great linear springs that are good enough for NASA, and they will make your robot rock. We greatly appreciated their in-kind donation, which powered our robot all the way to Worlds.

You can learn more about this company here.

Vulcan Springs is now supporting us for three year in a row. Big thanks!

Polymaker is an amazing company that makes some of the best 3D printer filaments out there. Their PC-MAX filament is essentially printable Polycarbonate filament. We use PC-MAX everywhere where structural strength is needed, such as for our swerve drive.  If your printer supports ABS, it will easily print PC-MAX, except that your part will be 10x stronger. Check our part here.

Learn more about the company here, and their PC-MAX filament here.

Polymaker sponsored us last year for the first time. Big thanks!

We are thrilled to announce that Robocracy had an amazing and award winning time at the 2018-2019 Hudson Valley NY Red Hook Qualifying FIRST Tech Challenge Tournament. As a Finalist Alliance Captain, Robocracy 9773 will be one of the five teams advancing to the Regional Championship to be held on Sunday, February 10th. In addition to advancing at the tournament, Robocracy was chosen first runner up for the Think Award. This is given to a team that best reflects the journey a team takes as they experience the engineering design process during the build season. Robocracy was also awarded the coveted Inspire Award, which is the highest award given to a team who has proven to the judges that they are strong ambassadors for FIRST programs and a role model for other teams. We invite you to join us in celebrating these accomplishments. Because of your sponsorship and your ability to support us, we have come this far. If you would like to further donate to our future, please follow us on Facebook (FTC Robocracy 9773) and Twitter (@FTCRobocracy). We hope you enjoy this festive time of year, and we look forward to sharing with you many more robotic successes.