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      Aims 


      Promotion and education of all things to do with robots, of all weights, shapes and sizes.
      To provide consistency with regard to open event safety, arenas and robot build rules.
      To centralise communications, in effect be a library of contacts and to promote the sport.
      To encourage the set up of regional meeting clubs, that are either part of the FRA or affiliated to the FRA.
      To endeavour to work with other countries associations for the betterment of our sport.
      To represent roboteer interests in negotiations with other bodies.
      To generally make the roboteers lot a better one.

      About 


      The Fighting Robots Association is the governing body for robotic combat and competition. Featuring robots that have competed in Robot Wars, Battlebots, Technogames and others our members make up a strong community of roboteers dedicated to the sport.
      As a professional organisation established in 2003 we oversee the safety of the sport. In addition to maintaining rules for building, fighting and judging competition robotics we provide a community for our members including an online forum and website.

    • Forum Posts

      Ocracoke

      Project Squirrel

      Silver steel is OK. If you needed a upgrade to the silver steel, I sometimes have used tool steel bolts which are harder to bend.

      Ocracoke Today, 14:36 Go to last post
      Outlaw

      Project Squirrel

      So 12mm sounds good to me, and I'm think of using the silver steel. I'm a bit of a dipstick and I looked back at one of my previous posts/questions about

      Outlaw Yesterday, 16:58 Go to last post
      Mr Manuva27

      Robodojo 2022/2023

      Well, first things first.

      I am delighted to say that I'm officially a member of the Robodojo committee and an officer for the featherweight

      Mr Manuva27 Yesterday, 11:49 Go to last post
      Ocracoke

      Team Kaizen Build Diary

      Extreme Robots Portsmouth 2022

      So for this year, I am no longer running solo as I've got a friend, Dan, on board with the wholer roboteering

      Ocracoke Yesterday, 11:23 Go to last post
      Ocracoke

      Project Squirrel

      Jibril 1.6, the final incarnation of that version, used a 12mm steel shaft for the first stage and a 10mm titanium shaft for the second stage. For a MW,

      Ocracoke Yesterday, 10:52 Go to last post
      Outlaw

      Project Squirrel

      Quick question (apologies for the continuous amount of them), what would be the recommended diameter for the shaft, from previous experiences if you have

      Outlaw 22nd May 2022, 23:22 Go to last post
      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