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Can a team disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?

Is it appropriate to disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?
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Unread 01-13-2011, 05:18 AM
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Re: Can a team disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?

No

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<G19> MINIBOTS must remain completely autonomous and move up the POST solely through electric energy provided after DEPLOYMENT by the permitted, unaltered battery and converted to mechanical energy by the permitted unaltered motors (and associated, appropriate circuitry).
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Re: Can a team disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?

In other words, that would be highly inappropriate.
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Re: Can a team disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?

Rule <G19> says no to launching the minibot, and breaking the rules is frowned upon...
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Re: Can a team disconnect pneumatics pipe to rocket mini bot up pole?

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...breaking the rules is frowned upon...
Reading the rules, on the other hand, is mandatory..
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