� Weight: 100kg
    � Height: 36cm
    � Length: 120cm
    � Width: 80cm
    � Speed: 20mph
    � Year built: 2003
    � Status: Active
    � Weight class: Heavyweight
    � Location: Arnold, Nottingham, England

    Shell is made of hardox
    2 x Bosch GPA motors running on 750 watts, one powering each wheel, also runs on 3 x 8 cell A123 batteries.
    Full pressure CO2 powered flipping arm
    Has very low front spikes which are required for getting under opponents.
    Is getting very old.
    Team Batter
    John Bell, Sarah Bell, Sean Bell & Pip Bell
    DTK was originally built as the fourth version of Dantomkia created by Mike Lambert from Chertsey, Surrey. It was sold to Team Batter in mid 2006 (as Dantomkia) who helped it win the 2006 Annihilator, finish 4th in the 2007 UK Championships and 2nd the following year. It was also under ownership of Andy Steels of Team Hydra before selling it back to Team Batter again in 2013. Due to original creator of Dantomkia, Mike Lambert having built a new version of his machine, it was renamed to DTK to distinguish it from the other. Since 2015, John Bell retired from fighting with robots so he donated his robot to John Findlay of Roaming Robots. DTK's weapon is a powerful flipper which can really pack a punch against other robots.

    (As Dantomkia)
    • Robot Wars - UK Series 6 Semi-Finalist (2002)
    • Robot Wars - UK Series 6 Winner of Best Promising Newcomer Award (2002)
    • Robot Wars - UK Series 7 Semi-Finalist (2003)
    • Robot Wars - UK Series 7 All-Stars Tournament Runner-Up (2003)
    • Fighting Robots UK Championships 2004 Finalist (Roaming Robots Winter Tour)
    • Fighting Robots Annihilator Champion 2006
    • 4th in Fighting Robots UK Championships 2007
    • Roaming Robots Winter Tour 2007 Finalist
    • Fighting Robots UK Championships 2008 Runner-up
    • Roaming Robots Winter Tour 2008 Semi-Finalist
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    Team Pushover: Build Log

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    Team Bitza - Hippobotamus

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    Diddlydodger 26th March 2020, 11:03 Go to last post

    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    Hi Sam, we sat down and brainstormed last night, Andy has given me some good ideas and he listened to some of mine too. We have done a couple of sketches

    Diddlydodger 26th March 2020, 10:54 Go to last post
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    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

    I also like this idea and as I said to Andrew during his Bread dead toaster build-More like this please!

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    Jerry Can - Featherweight 1st Build

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