Nanoweight Rules

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Rapidrory
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Nanoweight Rules

Post by Rapidrory »

There's not much too them, but I thought they should be in a separate thread to clarify them none the less.

Rules:

Nanoweights must fit in a 60mm cube, and weight less than 25 grams

For all other rules, refere to: http://robotwars101.org/ants/rules.htm
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Hogi
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Re: Nanoweight Rules

Post by Hogi »

walker or shufflebot 37.5 grams although i should think a nanoweight walker would be rather difficult to build.
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Super antweights: territorial.

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Re: Nanoweight Rules

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I was going to try at some point but wouldn't be effective. I'll give it a go soon.

Rapidrory
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Re: Nanoweight Rules

Post by Rapidrory »

The cube size has been changed from 50mm to 60mm cubed to allow greater flexibility in design.

This new size limit will be used at the next event, and the effectiveness of the change will be examined. As such there is a possibility that this rule may change again in the future, but this is unlikely.
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