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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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 ( 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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