• Fighting Robots Association 2013 Featherweight Awards

    Fighting Robots Association 2013 Featherweight Awards
    Results of the FRA Featherweight Awards 2013 as voted by members of the community.

    Best Design
    • Tormenta 2 - A unique and effective lifter design built with minimal resources
    • Rabid - Effective yet simple electric pincer
    • Predator - Stunning and beautiful creation based on the heavyweight Warhead
    • 720 - Very solid and reliable drum spinner
    Winner - Predator

    Best Engineered Robot
    • Predator - Stunning and beautiful creation based on the heavyweight Warhead
    • TS3 - Compact and eye catching spinner
    • Galactus - Extremely well put together drum spinner
    • LH3 - Very effective and tenacious axe
    Winner - Predator

    Best Driver

    • Ellis Wares - Relentless attacking style
    • Dave Moulds - Gyro dancing & excellent pit evader
    • Michael Oates - Always very controlled and precise execution
    • Guilherme Ferreira - Tenacious driving style
    Winner - Dave Moulds

    Best Newcomer
    • No Toy - All round well designed electric axe
    • Binky - Super sleek spinning disk
    • Scruffy - An edgy and compact electric lifter
    Winner - Binky

    Most Innovative Machine
    • Rabid - Effective yet simple electric pincer
    • Bitzawood Revo - Robots on a budget
    • Tormenta 2 - A uniquely effective lifter design built with minimal resources
    • Predator - Stunning and beautiful creation based on the heavyweight Warhead
    Winner - Tormenta 2

    Outstanding Achievement
    • Team Beast - Repeatedly successful in every competition
    • Team Toon - All 3 robots ranked in top 10 last year, Relentless and great achieving competitors
    • Team Invade - Finalists for a record 3 years in a row & current champions
    Winner - Team Invade
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    Max

    Red Brick ESC Programming

    Hmm I wasn’t planning on flashing then but have got the AVR programmer from hacking TZ85As so guess I could. Mine is the version 1 I think, guess I

    Max Yesterday, 22:10 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

    Team Kaizen - Kaizen

    Thanks folks.

    Had a whiteboard match today with Audicious today, a fellow Middleweight. Kaizen did me proud, charged straight into it

    Ocracoke Yesterday, 20:12 Go to last post
    Retroman

    Team Kaizen - Kaizen

    The wedge looks very nice! Good looking angle, I'll be keeping an eye out for the results.

    Good look!

    Retroman Yesterday, 17:27 Go to last post
    Triceratop

    Team Kaizen - Kaizen

    Looking good Michael, best of luck, let us know how you get on..

    Triceratop Yesterday, 13:17 Go to last post
    Redirect Left

    BOB BW Series

    There's plenty of force in it too, this is what it did to 1.8mm titanium, and underneath it is 10mm aluminium

    Redirect Left 20th September 2018, 22:47 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

    Team Kaizen - Kaizen

    So Kaizen is ready as it will ever be. At the last minute, I fitted a 10mm thick polycarbonate wedge plate, primarily to square off the the side armour

    Ocracoke 20th September 2018, 22:07 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

    Red Brick ESC Programming

    There is a function in the SimonK assembly which can hard code how many cells it is expecting (CELL_COUNT) and get it to bleep how many cells it is detecting

    Ocracoke 20th September 2018, 21:43 Go to last post
    sean retro

    BOB BW Series

    This is robot BW I faced, it's a mini PP3D.

    My robot wasn't in this one, I'm not sure if any one recorded that one.

    sean retro 20th September 2018, 21:41 Go to last post