BUILD REPORT: The Quest for a Dif ferent Kind of Flipper: Building the Beast
In a recent issue of SERVO, I wrote about scaling up my successful six pound Mantisweight class flipper Threecoil into a 30 pound Sportsman class robot.
BUILD REPORT: The Quest for a Dif ferent Kind of Flipper: Making the Machine
This month, I will discuss the fabrication of some of the parts that made up the flipper assembly in Threecoil.
BUILD REPORT: The Quest for a Different Kind of Flipper
Improving the Trigger.
BUILD REPORT: The Quest for a Different Kind of Flipper: Inspiration and Early Attempts
I have been building fighting robots for several years, and starting in 2009 I managed to build a 12 pound robot named Scurrie that won several competitions in a row. After some time, I was also successful with a 30 pound shell spinner named Tetanus.
EVENT REPORT: PA Bot Blast 2010
July 17, 2010 fighting robots in four weight classes invaded the Columbia Mall in Bloomsburg, PA for the third annual PA Bot Blast.
Building a Better Battery System
My 12 pound combat robot Scurrie was designed to use two battery packs that werre physically and electrically separate from each other.