Robo-One Spec

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Robo-One Spec

Post by Pev » Tue Aug 15, 2006 8:35 am

Post by Pev
Tue Aug 15, 2006 8:35 am

Hi,

If you were thinking about building a Robo-One robot for commpetition does anyone know where you could find the specifications for Robo-One rather than Robo-One J. I know there are some differences in size etc but would like to see the full spec of what they should be to be classed as a Robo-One robot.

Cheers

Pev
Hi,

If you were thinking about building a Robo-One robot for commpetition does anyone know where you could find the specifications for Robo-One rather than Robo-One J. I know there are some differences in size etc but would like to see the full spec of what they should be to be classed as a Robo-One robot.

Cheers

Pev
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Re: Robo-One Spec

Post by tempusmaster » Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:36 pm

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Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:36 pm

Pev wrote:Hi,

If you were thinking about building a Robo-One robot for commpetition does anyone know where you could find the specifications for Robo-One rather than Robo-One J. I know there are some differences in size etc but would like to see the full spec of what they should be to be classed as a Robo-One robot.

Cheers

Pev


As the saying goes, "Ask and you shall receive."

Thanks to Matt's brother-in-law Duncan, here's an excellent translation of the ROBO-ONE regulations in place for the 10th competition coming up this September.

http://www.robots-dreams.com/2006/07/unofficial_robo.html

By the way, Matt and Duncan plan to be over here with Rook's Pawn for the event, so we'll find out first hand how accurate the translation really is. :D
Pev wrote:Hi,

If you were thinking about building a Robo-One robot for commpetition does anyone know where you could find the specifications for Robo-One rather than Robo-One J. I know there are some differences in size etc but would like to see the full spec of what they should be to be classed as a Robo-One robot.

Cheers

Pev


As the saying goes, "Ask and you shall receive."

Thanks to Matt's brother-in-law Duncan, here's an excellent translation of the ROBO-ONE regulations in place for the 10th competition coming up this September.

http://www.robots-dreams.com/2006/07/unofficial_robo.html

By the way, Matt and Duncan plan to be over here with Rook's Pawn for the event, so we'll find out first hand how accurate the translation really is. :D
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Post by bauermech » Tue Aug 15, 2006 10:16 pm

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Tue Aug 15, 2006 10:16 pm

By the way, Matt and Duncan plan to be over here with Rook's Pawn for the event, so we'll find out first hand how accurate the translation really is.


No doubt! I have my fingers crossed :D
By the way, Matt and Duncan plan to be over here with Rook's Pawn for the event, so we'll find out first hand how accurate the translation really is.


No doubt! I have my fingers crossed :D
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Post by Pev » Wed Aug 16, 2006 6:25 am

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Wed Aug 16, 2006 6:25 am

Brilliant, thanks Tempusmaster and thanks to Duncan too. Good Luck Matt and Duncan at the upcoming events

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Brilliant, thanks Tempusmaster and thanks to Duncan too. Good Luck Matt and Duncan at the upcoming events

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