Combat Robots Complete: Everything You Need to Build, Compete and Win

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 311 pages
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* Great for beginners who want to build their own battling robot but don't know where or how to start
* Explores the pros and cons of each type of robot design
* Covers every essential topic: wiring, modeling, design, weapon systems, and more
* Includes hard-to-find inside data on cost, federations, competition rules, choosing, ordering, and maintaining equipment, and FAQs
* CD-ROM contains a step-by-step guide for creating the robot, plus hundreds of robotic FAQs

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About the author (2003)

Chris Hannold has been involved in robotics for almost two decades. He is a well-known contributor to the BattleBot’s Builder’s Forum on the Internet where he sees hobbyists questions on a daily basis. Mr. Hannold and his team have competed in BattleBot’s, Robot Wars, Robotica, and local competitions. He also organizes and produces the NC Robot StreetFight (www.ncrsf.com) and is an active member of the East Coast Robot Alliance, South Eastern Combat Robotics, and the Society of Robotic Combat.

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