The Fighting Robots Association is the governing body for robotic combat and competition. Featuring robots that have competed in Robot Wars, Battlebots, Technogames and others our members make up a strong community of roboteers dedicated to the sport.
    As a professional organisation established in 2003 we oversee the safety of the sport. In addition to maintaining rules for building, fighting and judging competition robotics we provide a community for our members including an online forum and website.


    Promotion and education of all things to do with robots, of all weights, shapes and sizes.
    To provide consistency with regard to open event safety, arenas and robot build rules.
    To centralise communications, in effect be a library of contacts and to promote the sport.
    To encourage the set up of regional meeting clubs, that are either part of the FRA or affiliated to the FRA.
    To endeavour to work with other countries associations for the betterment of our sport.
    To represent roboteer interests in negotiations with other bodies.
    To generally make the roboteers lot a better one.

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    Merseyside/Chester/North Wales social?

    There is a Starbucks just off Junction 5 of the M53 which we can do a pre-meet at. I can be there at 3.30pm, noting that I would need to shoot off at

    Ocracoke Yesterday, 20:17 Go to last post

    Project Squirrel

    I do, I plan on using it as the piece to hold the rotating HDPE piece to move the rest of the linkages.

    Outlaw Yesterday, 20:14 Go to last post

    Project Squirrel

    Are you planning to use the pulley itself? If not, I'd cut a slot into it down to the motor shaft with a Dremel or similar and then slide it off.

    Ocracoke Yesterday, 20:04 Go to last post

    Project Squirrel

    So thanks to you guys, I figured out how to get the circlip off, or e-ring, or whatever it's called haha. But I'm still stumped on how to remove the

    Outlaw Yesterday, 19:20 Go to last post

    Ratatoskr Build Diary. (Featherweight)

    Unfortunately, I don't have access to a blowtorch, so that method's out of the question.

    I mean, if I can't get it off, I'll just do the

    Outlaw Yesterday, 12:58 Go to last post

    Ratatoskr Build Diary. (Featherweight)

    not sure how effective the would be but if you have a blow torch try heating it up, if there is any glue it will break that and if you do it right expand

    Maxamuslead Yesterday, 10:17 Go to last post

    Ratatoskr Build Diary. (Featherweight)

    No no, I can remove the e-clip without any problem, it's taking the pulley sprocket off the axle itself, but it refuses to budge.

    Outlaw 16th February 2018, 23:45 Go to last post

    Ratatoskr Build Diary. (Featherweight)

    i just tried to make a video to post on getting this off, but just get a small flat head screw driver and place it in the gap of the 'e-clip' and twist

    Roboteernat 16th February 2018, 23:17 Go to last post