FIRST FRC SolidWorks Kit of Parts (KOP)

KitBot in SolidWorks HR

US FIRST FRC Kickoff revealed a new challenge to robot teams around the world.  And to help with that challenge, SolidWorks created a KitBot and SolidWorks KOP to start off the games.

FRC Teams can download the SolidWorks Kit of Parts (KOP) and the KitBot from www.solidworks.com/FIRST.

FRC Teams can apply for SolidWorks sponsorship at www.solidworks.com/FIRST.

Teams receive:

  • SolidWorks 3D CAD
  • SolidWorks Electrical
  • SolidWorks Simulation
  • Workgroup PDM

Thank you to TJ WatsonBrad Miller and Bertan Atamer (BA) from WPI, Andy Mark for their SolidWorks model, and Collin Fultz from US FIRST for helping us achieve this KOP!

We will let you know when the Game pieces and the SolidWorks Electrical KOP becomes available.  We had to wait for the game to be announced to develop these models.

Easy to Customize SolidWorks for KOP

Follow these instructions to customize SolidWorks with your own FIRST Library:

  1. Download the FIRST_FRC_SOLIDWORKS_KOP from www.solidworks.com/FIRST.
  2. Unzip the file.  There are three folders: BlackTote, GreenTote and Kitbot and a Getting Started file.
  3. Read the Getting Started text file.
  4. Start SolidWorks from the Desktop.
  5. Click Add Folders from the Design Library.
  6. Browse to your FIRST_FRC_SOLIDWORKS_KOP folder
  7. Now the FIRST_FRC_SOLIDWORKS_KOP folder is displayed in the Design Library
  8. Click on a folder to reveal all the KOP components.
  9. Click and drag a component into a SolidWorks assembly

Design Library Add File LocationDesign Library Kitbot Parts

Can’t wait to share your robot designs with the SolidWorks Community.   Marie

Marie Planchard

Marie Planchard

Director of Education & Early Engagement, SolidWorks at Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corporation
Marie Planchard is Director of Education & Early Engagement, SOLIDWORKS. She is responsible for global development of content and social outreach for the SOLIDWORKS products across all levels of learning including educational institutions, Fab Labs, and entrepreneurship.
Marie Planchard