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    I've now received a reply form Robot Wars. ...

    I've now received a reply form Robot Wars.

    Although each leg would have 2 degrees of freedom, it is the continuous rotation that qualifies it as a shuffler. As Robot Wars qualifies robots with...
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    Second mechanism added 180 degrees out of phase...

    Second mechanism added 180 degrees out of phase to produce one drive pod.

    By placing the rocker on the opposite side of the crankshft, one crankshaft operates both mechanisms.
    Only need a 1...
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    Thanks, New email sent As this will start...

    Thanks,

    New email sent

    As this will start off as a beetleweight, is there an equivalent FRA email address for technical questions? or would a Mentorn ruling cover FRA beetleweight competitions...
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    Sadly, nothing back from Mentorn so I've started...

    Sadly, nothing back from Mentorn so I've started a build "at risk" that it won't qualify as a walker

    http://www.fightingrobots.co.uk/threads/13640-apoc-beetleweight
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    APOC - Beetleweight

    I really liked the innovation of the early series of Robot Wars.
    Roadblock simply turning bots over, Cassius doing a back flip, Hypnodisc, Razer, etc. PSYCHOSPROUT!
    But then I liked things like...
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    Thanks, I've sent them an email. I might just...

    Thanks, I've sent them an email.

    I might just build my bot anyway as I'm curious to see if it would work.
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    The plan is to mount the motors on drive 'pods'...

    The plan is to mount the motors on drive 'pods' along with the legs rather than on the body of the bot. The pods can then be twisted (motors as well) like the front wheels of a car. This will allow...
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    Clarification required on walker rule

    Does the rotating crank in a Jansen linkage count as a "rolling mechanism" under FRA rules?
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