• 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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    Ocracoke

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    Oh I was wrong... so wrong with this one...



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    Ocracoke Today, 00:41 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

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    Ocracoke Today, 00:08 Go to last post
    RogueTwoRobots

    First beetleweight robot

    To echo what others have said, that is a great effort for a first build, well done. Using a piece of velcro to hold the link/fuse in place is fine; I

    RogueTwoRobots Yesterday, 22:55 Go to last post
    5upercrab

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    Ocracoke

    Team Kaizen Build Diary

    The trouble with Robodojo is that it is on a Sunday and I am generally not available on Sundays otherwise I would come. I've also not got a functional

    Ocracoke Yesterday, 19:26 Go to last post
    team death

    Team Kaizen Build Diary

    Oh disaster Lucy!
    560 miles for 1 minute! on the plus side you did get a few chances to get your Robot to run.
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    team death Yesterday, 19:04 Go to last post
    Ocracoke

    Team Kaizen Build Diary

    Yup. Staggered into the house and had a long tea.



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    Ocracoke Yesterday, 19:04 Go to last post
    James Williams

    Team Kaizen Build Diary

    Argh, this is harsh just to read, let alone go through. Why is it always you?

    Meteorite has a recurring issue with the grub screw one one

    James Williams Yesterday, 18:30 Go to last post