Robotics Combat Event

Minnesota Combat Robotics Club

Minnesota Combat Robotics Club

General: We are holding our Second Minnesota Combat Robotics Club event. We hope you have an amazing time!

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Minnesota Combat Robotics Club

General:

We are holding our Second Minnesota Combat Robotics Club event. We hope you have an amazing time!Event Details:

Attention, Please the event date has been changed to 7/18/2021 from 7/19/2021

Minnesota Combat Robotics Club Registration:

Registration Opens: 4/18/2021
Registration Closes: 7/18/2021

 

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COVID Considerations:

Masks are required. Hand sanitizer is optional but recommended

Weight Classes:

  • Fairy (150 gram) – $0 entry fee
  • Ant (1 pound) – $0 entry fee

Schedule:

  • 9:00 – Check-in
  • 9:30 – Review of Rules
  • 10:00 – Fights Start
  • 12:00 – Lunch Break
  • 1:00 – Fights Start Again
  • 5:00 – Rumbles
  • 7:00 Event Ends

Rules:

  • Bots can win by immobilizing pitting judge decision
  • Illegal weapons:
    • Emp
    • Fire
    • Liquids
    • Heat and cold
    • Smoke
  • Robots have to make contact for fight to count.
  • RC toy robots have to have no Active weapon, i.e., spinners.
  • You can get one fight delay for 3 minutes.
  • Any major issue with the arena will pause the fight.
  • If robots get stuck together for more than 10 sec they will be separated.
  • If a fire occurs, the bot that causes it will lose the fight.
  • Grapplers & lifters a can pin/hold for 20 sec.
  • Pushers/rammer/wedges can hold for 10sec.

Safety:

Safety Coordinator: Alex

All bots will be required to pass a safety check verifying the following:

  1. Sharp edges have to be covered with foam or other protection.
  2. Switches have to be accessible and not in path of weapon.
  3. No exposed batteries.
  4. Batteries have to be easily accessible.

Tournament Style:

  • Fights last 2 minutes.
  • Shufflers get 50% weight bonus.
  • True walkers and gryo walkers get 100%.
  • Pneumatics have to be approved by me at the event.
  • Judge’s decisions :
    • All decisions are on a Seven Point System:
    • 3 for damage, 2 for aggression, and 2 for control.
    • All decisions are Final.

Teams:

Maximum of 4 people per group one robot per person

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