This season, being able to move around as efficiently as possible is critical because transporting the stones involves moving across the entire field while avoiding other robots. For this reason, we decided to use a mecanum drivetrain, which can move in all directions quickly. In order to stack stones, we use a dual slide mechanism which includes both vertical and horizontal slides. The vertical slides lift the stone up and can reach up to 8 levels high. The horizontal slide extends using a linkage crank mechanism making the outtake fast and easy. Our intake is an active intake which uses compliant wheels to collect stones. It is spring-loaded, so it can collect stones from almost any angle. The compliant wheels are extremely capable of gripping onto the stones because they are made out of silicon. Our intake uses many custom parts, including 3D printed adapters for the compliant wheels and sides made using a CNC machine. During autonomous, the robot needs to move the foundation and also transport Skystones. In order to move the foundation, we have two servo-powered hooks which can quickly and reliably hang on to the foundation so the robot can pull it. We also have two 3D printed claws to grab Skystones and place them on the foundation.