Similarly to last year, we used Onshape for individual part creation. We used CAD and 3D printing for our axle covers, ramps, strain relief, rings for our launcher tube, launcher cover, and more. However, in addition to creating individual parts, we experimented with PTC Creo Parametric in order to assemble the whole robot. Using this software we were able to recreate the movements that the robot made, see how individual mechanisms fit with each other, and test the functionality of all of the mechanisms without building the robot in the first place. From there, all we had to do was copy all of the designs into the real world, using CAD as the template and instructions. We also used Autodesk Inventor in order to render images of the robot at its different stages of progress and Creo Animations in order to animate pre recorded movements. These videos could then be showed to the team to demonstrate how a specific mechanism would work.