• Axe-Awe


    Statistics
    � Weight: 99kg
    � Height: 112cm
    � Length: 90cm
    � Width: 67cm
    � Speed: 8mph
    � Year built: 2001
    � Status: Retired
    � Weight class: Heavyweight
    � Location: Norwich, Norfolk, England


    Armour
    Fibreglass bodyshell with polycarbonate rear panel and base panel.
    Power
    2 x 24v Electric Motors
    Weapons
    CO2 Powered axe which can act as a srimech. Axe is supplemented by a front flipper.
    Strengths
    It's dual weaponry is an advantage, the axe is also very powerful.
    Weaknesses
    Bodyshell is very light and CO2 supply is also limited.
    Team Iron-Awe
    Rob Grimm & Gillbert Grimm
    Information
    Axe Awe is Team Iron-Awes second entry into Robot Wars and was built for the year 2001 where it was involved one of the most famous battles against Wheely Big Cheese as it was thrown 15 feet in the air and out the arena after getting flipped from the centre of the arena. The axe was capable of going through most materials and could self-right the robot in style. Nowadays Axe-Awe is retired but it can be seen on display at live events.
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    Roboteernat

    BOB FW Series

    ive not had a chain break nor split in Wanna choppa, and thats had some forces on it. Although not as powerful as some axe bots, its been ok on 06b. but

    Roboteernat Yesterday, 16:14 Go to last post
    Mr Manuva27

    New build: Scarab

    Looks great so far! Excited to see how it develops! The "semi autonomous control" sounds interesting, is that for the weapon to automatically

    Mr Manuva27 Yesterday, 12:52 Go to last post
    McMullet

    New build: Scarab

    Looks brilliant, and yeah it's great to see a clampbot! What's the rest of the machine going to look like? I'm imagining Dead Metal but less spiky...

    McMullet Yesterday, 11:41 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

    New build: Scarab

    Hey there, welcome!

    Specs and picture look pretty neat to me though not sure how effective a spring might be (though it'd be a quick clamp

    Ocracoke 15th January 2020, 23:39 Go to last post
    TheNutcracker

    New build: Scarab

    Hello all! So I'm coming out the wooodwork and starting a build diary for Scarab! Ive been designing for over 2 years, taking advice from a lot of generous

    TheNutcracker 15th January 2020, 20:57 Go to last post
    sean retro

    BOB FW Series

    Well, there's no overkill like overkill. I was looking at 06b as well but I went with the 08b just to be sure the chain doesn't keep break, plus I never

    sean retro 15th January 2020, 09:41 Go to last post
    Maxamuslead

    BOB FW Series

    wooh, that some over kill chain there, fm2 using 06b which is used in HW drive, i mean if you already got it then ok but i would look at either t8f chain

    Maxamuslead 14th January 2020, 19:51 Go to last post
    sean retro

    BOB FW Series

    The new vice and Dad's olds socket I saved has done the trick, with a bit of force as well.
    As for the chain I got this to use
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BRANDED-B...72.m2749.l2649

    sean retro 12th January 2020, 12:55 Go to last post