• Barbaric Response

    � Weight: 99kg
    � Height: 47cm
    � Length: 80cm
    � Width: 98cm
    � Speed: 20mph
    � Year built: 2002
    � Status: Active
    � Weight class: Heavyweight
    � Location: Horsham, West Sussex, England

    Titanium, Aluminium & Polycarbonate
    2 x Bosch Motors running on 750 watts. One for each wheel.
    Full-body flipper with a punch ram run on pneumatics.
    Is small, agile and manoeuvrable combined with a very wide and effective flipper
    Self-righting is often very poor unless it lands on the right area when flipped.
    Team Barbaric
    Zac Barber, Damien Barber, Bruce Barber & Hannah Barber
    Barbaric Response is a robot from West Sussex built in 2002 where it entered Robot Wars series 6 from then on. It didn't have much luck in the UK Championships but it did however reach the Tag Team Terror final in Robot Wars Extreme 2 where they finished runners-up to Bulldog Breed and Robochicken. Barbaric Response has competed in a few events in the UK today as well after being retired for many years. Back after retirement at Burgess-hill 2008, it stunned everyone, beating Bigger Brother and Kronic on its way to the final where it was beaten by Iron-Awe 5. However, at the next event at Reading, it reached the final again and got vengeance on Iron-Awe 5 and beat them again a year later in Burgess Hill 2009 to become champions. Barbaric Response has definitely enjoyed a lot more success in the live events today after also finishing as semi-finalist in the FRA UK Championships 2009. The flipper is an awesome weapon in action against other robots.

    • Robot Wars Extreme 2 (2002) - Tag Team Terror Runners-Up (With Hydra)
    • Robot Rumble 2004 Runner-Up
    • Robots Live! - Burgess-Hill 2008 Runner-Up
    • Robots Live! - Reading 2008 Winner
    • Robots Live! - Burgess-Hill 2009 Winner
    • Fighting Robots UK Championships 2009 Semi-Finalist
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    First beetleweight robot

    Thanks both. Its encouraging to know we're not too far off. The fuse holder is a medium sized one we picked up in Halfords. Its the first thing in line

    DaveB Today, 09:42 Go to last post
    James Williams

    First beetleweight robot

    Hi David

    Firstly, I don't see using velcro to hold the link in place being an issue, however if a tech checker hypothetically did take

    James Williams Today, 09:21 Go to last post

    First beetleweight robot

    Welcome! That looks like a really solid effort for a first go, you should be pleased!
    I've seen fuses being used as links in smaller classes but

    Albear Today, 00:06 Go to last post

    First beetleweight robot

    As far as I know, The fuse being the link is acceptable (I do this with my ants and have designed it into my feather) so long as removal renders the robot

    Retroman Yesterday, 23:23 Go to last post

    First beetleweight robot

    Hello there,
    This is our first post on the site so wanted to say hello. Have been following some of the threads here with interest and have picked

    DaveB Yesterday, 21:50 Go to last post

    Post battle analysis and repair

    Glad the horrible noise had a reasonably benign explanation! It sounded a bit like the hole drive system was shredding itself.

    Look forward

    McMullet Yesterday, 19:19 Go to last post
    team death

    Post battle analysis and repair

    Team Death entered the October Robodojo with three robots and was semi successful.

    Danger UXB won two fights but I was unhappy with its drivability

    team death Yesterday, 18:55 Go to last post

    Ensign Wedgeley Crusher (FW Sportsman)

    I need to get Azriel ready for EXR Cheltenham anyway so if it survives that, I might put in for Robodojo but likely at Full Combat rather than Sportsman.

    Ocracoke 18th October 2019, 18:46 Go to last post