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Iron

Posted by Patrick Dingle at 2/6/2001 5:35 PM EST


Other on team #639, Red B^2, from Ithaca High School and Cornell University.



Does anyone know if iron can or can't be used on the robot?

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Small Parts offers Angle Iron

Posted by Ed Sparks at 2/6/2001 6:44 PM EST


Engineer on team #34, The Rockets, from Bob Jones High / New Century High and DaimlerChrysler.


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See page 113


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Iron Vs. Steel

Posted by Joe Johnson at 2/6/2001 9:03 PM EST


Engineer on team #47, Chief Delphi, from Pontiac Central High School and Delphi Automotive Systems.


In Reply to: Iron
Posted by Patrick Dingle on 2/6/2001 5:35 PM EST:



Steel is just iron on steroids.

Steel is allowed to be used not only from Small Parts
Inc, but also in unlimited quatities if it begins its
life as plate 1/4 of an inch thick or less.

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Re: Iron Vs. Steel

Posted by Patrick Dingle at 2/6/2001 11:55 PM EST


Other on team #639, Red B^2, from Ithaca High School and Cornell University.


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Thanks... I just want to be 100% sure on this: Iron is allowed, as long as it agrees with the steel regulations in the A.H.L., correct?

Thanks
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: Steel is just iron on steroids.

: Steel is allowed to be used not only from Small Parts
: Inc, but also in unlimited quatities if it begins its
: life as plate 1/4 of an inch thick or less.

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