• 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.
    • Forum Posts

      Outlaw

      Project Squirrel

      Right, I get it now, thank you so much. I'll get to adding everything up and go from there. Many thanks!

      Outlaw 19th May 2022, 17:19 Go to last post
      Ocracoke

      Project Squirrel

      Each stage is a multiplier. 8:1 x 8:1 = 64:1 so you'd want say a 2:1 on the first stage and then a 4:1 on the second.

      Ocracoke 19th May 2022, 16:58 Go to last post
      Outlaw

      Project Squirrel

      I apologize for all the questions, my math is absolutely atrocious, but would this mean that in order for me to get an 8:1 ratio, it'd basically be a

      Outlaw 19th May 2022, 16:49 Go to last post
      Ocracoke

      Project Squirrel

      To answer your questions based on my experiences with axe robots:



      Yes, it is feasible. I do exactly this 2 stage reduction

      Ocracoke 19th May 2022, 10:22 Go to last post
      Outlaw

      Project Squirrel

      So, with the redesign of the weapon system, I wish to put out a few questions to... well, anyone that does axe weapons done with a chain drive system.

      Outlaw 18th May 2022, 22:15 Go to last post
      Ocracoke

      Team Kaizen Build Diary

      OK, so I've got a second transmitter which I've managed to bind Azriel to and that works fine. Batteries all charged and is good to go. In typical fashion

      Ocracoke 18th May 2022, 09:40 Go to last post
      teamidris

      West Midlands

      Bought a huge old lathe MFL seems so long go. I should try new batteries in TwoTooDoo

      teamidris 8th May 2022, 15:53 Go to last post