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Build A Combat Robot For Under $100

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Build a combat robot for under $100. via instructables

Combat Robotics has always and forever long been a great passion of mine. From childhood i wanted to build a rather large sized combat robot myself but due to lack of skill and funds was unable to do so. Recently i decided that it was time and I undertook a challenge to build a 30 Kg combat robot within $100.

I am going to give you guys a complete rundown of my build. Hope you guys find it innovative.

Features

2′ x 2.5′ x 1′ Dimensions
28 Kg Weight
1 ft/s Velocity
High Power
Front Wedge
Front Raiser
2 Hours run time
24 v 9 Ah Battery System
Stable Rugged Design

Full tutorial


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