Robots have revolutionized the way manufacturing is done in industry. A couple examples include the 'X-men' robots working at Tesla and the 'KIVA' robots zooming around Amazon's fulfillment centers. The aerospace sector is no different. In this project, originally inspired by Boeing, the goal is to design three robots to work together to take an airplane wing from a crane, transport it to the fuselage of the airplane, and reorient it so that it would be easy for workers to bolt it into place. Last year, a team of MSR students in conjunction with Matt Elwin (the project lead and advisor) built a programmable mecanum wheel vectoring robot from a kit bought at SuperDroid (shown on the left) with the idea to prove the concept on a smaller scale first. However, some issues regarding the mechanical structure, electrical design, safety measures, and hardware components were not solved. Finding solutions for these issues and updating the robot accordingly were the goals for this quarter.