AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Simon Windisch » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:06 pm

As I'm sure you know OpenOffice Calc (like excel but free) can save to PDF.

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Craig_Anto3 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:36 pm

Haz Jonny and Henry, you boys are the future of the AWS, love the videos
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Simon Windisch » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:37 pm

Same here, I really enjoyed those videos.

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by the16henry16 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:38 pm

hahah thanks craig thxs haz
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by the16henry16 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:41 pm

thx simon and jonny and everyone els to for a good event
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by haz » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:12 pm

cheers craig :)

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by the16henry16 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:41 pm

haha if it relise on us then the futures blow :D haha jks :)
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Jonny » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:55 pm

thanks craig :)
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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by razerdave » Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:44 pm

Thanks to Joey and Dave L for running the competition, really enjoyed it, except the long drive :P.

Damage Report:
Baby Hell: a few nicks in my front and rear panels, and my axe support got severed
Good and Evil: Divinity has had its drive servo wrecked, Little Devil has had the flipper cracked and the servo doesn't work anymore.
Stewie and Bulletproof: Bruised egos :P

Upgrades:
Baby Hell: New chassis, new axe arm (too long to fit the cube properly), secure scoop better
Good and Evil: Make divinity smaller and lighter to fit new drive servos in and make it fit the cube easier, new flipper and servo for Little Devil
Stewie: make it slightly shorter to allow for acetate
Bulletproof: Switch the battery and electronics around to make it heavier at the front.

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Re: AWS 35 - Pontefract - 17th July 2011

Post by Rhys » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:51 pm

Excellent event. I have to say thanks to Joey and everyone who helped organise it. I've really enjoyed that last two events an obscene amount, makes me wonder why I ever stopped.

Well done to Andy for winning again, and for cementing your position as my nemesis, you've officially knocked me out of every AWS I've ever been to! Great to see some of the newcomers doing so well too, even if they have ridiculous names! ;)

A big thanks to Dave too for driving the other half of WarHorses.

I was pretty happy with how it all went for me, everything went ok except for some dodgy driving. Pleased to get voted best looking robot, but fellas, she ain't pretty no more! But Don't worry, they'll be back, looking even better for the next AWS.
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