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So I have had to make a dramatic change to Wolf-E. The design I started back in June 2016 has been scrapped as it was proving too much of a pain and reflecting
Just curious, was that the same chimera that has since competed in robot wars?
New creation sounds interesting, have you got a plan or are
I would take those charts with a pinch of salt for our applications, since we are normally using silicone cables and only running for very short lengths
For a more general rule on fuses, it's not just the source of power you're protecting, it's preventing the destruction of everything downstream to the
Well, Manchester was one heck of a weekend, sadly cut short for Ferrovore. Weight allowance meant I couldn't fully cover the wheels, and one of them took
4 Drill motors complete with chucks and two with speed control triggers.
I bought these with the idea of making a couple of middleweight robots
For the base, id say if it is a structural member of the chassis stick with thickish hdpe, if it is only really holding the internals in then 5mm hdpe
No idea what aftershock used.
To be honest, 4mm ali base for the most part should be fine against the majority of spinners. Top and bottom