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Question asked by Prakhar Srivastava in #Robotics on Sep 11, 2014
Prakhar Srivastava
Prakhar Srivastava · Sep 11, 2014
I have a question that which robot is better either wireless or wired pls help me. please provide me some information that how could i make my robot better for robowar . Posted in: #Robotics
Ramesh_Kumar · Nov 18, 2014
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hello Buddy... wireless robots look smarter and work good... but coming to Robowars concept, its better to go for wired robots only.. It becomes a bit complicated if you go for wireless robots. For this kind of Robot, you should build a metal chassis which can offord opponent's hits and weapon attacks. also you should concentrate mainly on desiging a custom weapon of any mechanism which can easily damage your opponent's robot and also you should design a defending mechanisms for your bot while opponent is hitting you. after this, here comes Motion technology. You should make your bot move very freely also carry much weights like weapons, etc..there are many types of motors you can use. if you go for high torque DC motors, the output is good but costs too high. once upon a time i have done Robowars and i have used Self starter motor of Bajaz Pulsar Bike it comes at low cost at any automobile workshop and you can run with a high power battery. it will give a sufficient torque required for Robowars. But be carefull with wiring and all use high quality wire and for remore controll, i used limit switches becacuse they work with high currents accurately without damaging. Choose a high rating 12V/24v battery of minimum 7ah(current rating) or you may use Car batterys. I am attaching my design but its not my final one, the initial stage of my project. if you need, i can help you more with the design and mechanisms also.
If you have any doubts regarding this project, post your queries in this forum and i will try my level best to answer your doubts.

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