The Button Pushers from Cape View Elementary We are Jessie, Lexi, Jack, Sasha, and Luke. We are in the sixth grade at Cape View Elementary School in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Energy Transfer Machine – there are at at least six to seven energy transfers in our machine. The end task was to push the battery powered “EASY” button so it says “that was easy”. It wasn’t as easy as we thought it would be. the first part of the ETM – Beebot starts the whole thing – he is battery operated and was coded to go forward. This shows the ramps and pulley and dominoes. The middle level is where the machine starts and then the marble falls to the bottom level, which pulls a dominoe up by a pulley and hits a row of dominoes on the top level. the dominoes fall over and hit the car which hits the marble and starts it down the orange ramp to the marble run the marble run is a favorite part – lots of marbles going around and faling toward the bottom the end the marbles drop down the tube and hit the “THAT WAS EASY” button which is battery operated. We started and ended the ETM with a battery powered object.