pic: modified NCHS kiwi #3



here is the new wheel guard, fell free to give suggestions.

Wowzers,

That is really cool. How did you make it? I’m pretty sure that part doesn’t come in the FLL kits or does it now?

Either way, that is a very slick drivetrain for an FLL bot.

-RC

I forgotten to mention that the wheel was purchased by our trainer and could be found online at here:
http://www.schoolofrobotics.com/index.jsp

oh and i forgotten to mention that we are from singapore and so we dun know how is FLL played, can give us some info??:confused:

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is a competition for middle school students (6th-8th grade or so) to build LEGO robots to complete a challenge. Teams of 10 or fewer students build a robot to complete the challenges, while simultaneously researching topics related to the theme for the year and making a presentation on one particular topic. FLL is international; I seem to remember there being teams in Singapore, but I don’t know where. Also note that the theme (and therefore the game the robots play) changes every year.

See http://usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/fll/default.aspx?id=970 for further information, including how to join in the fun.

By the way, should you decide to get into FLL, I’m 90% sure that those wheels would not be legal on a competition robot; however, presentations have few, if any, restrictions on robots used as props.