Our Robots


2021 FRC Season: Infinite Recharge


For the 2021 FRC season, Team 4099 built our robot, Merlin. Due to the pandemic, Merlin wasn’t able to compete in any events, but was able to compete in Infinite Recharge At Home events. Despite the challenges brought on the the pandemic, we managed to safely construct one of our most complex robots ever.

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2021 Robot

2020 FRC Season: Infinite Recharge


For the 2020 FRC season, Team 4099 competed with our robot, Solo. We planned on going to two district events, one in Haymarket and the other in Owings Mills, however due to the rise of COVID19, the Owings Mills event was canceled. We were pretty successful this season, reaching the Quarterfinals in one competition.

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2020 Robot

2019 FRC Season: Destination: Deep Space


For the 2019 FRC season, Team 4099 competed with our robot, Millenium Falcon. We went to two district events, one in Haymarket and the other in Owings Mills. This season was our most successful yet, reaching the Semifinals in one competition, and making the District Championships in Fairfax.

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2019 Robot

2018 FRC Season: Power Up


For the 2018 FRC season, Team 4099 competed with our robot, The Chief. We went to two district events, one in Oxon Hill and the other in Edgewater. In our most successful season yet, we built a robot that worked to its fullest capacity in every match, with no reliability issues throughout both competitions. We reached the elimination round in both competitions and nearly advanced to the District Championships.

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2018 Robot

2017 FRC Season: Steamworks


For the 2017 FRC season, Team 4099 competed with our robot, Karl’s Nightmare. We went to two district events, one in Bethesda and the other in Edgewater. We learned valuable lessons to help us in the upcoming season, while improving the on-field consistency of our robot compared to the previous season.

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2017 Robot

2016 FRC Season: Stronghold


For the 2016 FRC season, Team 4099 competed with our robot, Lead Screw. We went to two district events, one in Bethesda and the other in Annapolis. For the first time in the team’s history, we made the elimination round at our second competition.

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2016 Robot