Something similar happened to us in Boston last year, an other robot, or a tube, found the breaker during our last qualification match and the robot just stopped. This year we placed the breaker in a position that should prevent this. Your breaker seems to be in a position very similar to the position ours was in last year.
Looks good. Bumper numbering not compliant though. Maybe even skimpy corners for the bumpers too. I’m suffering from bumper-brain overload this year. Just finished ours before midnight last night in a marathon session to adapt to some perimeter changes. whish-oooooo ::ouch::
We’ll look into it, but we didn’t feel that could happen. Also, the poof balls are stiffer than the basketballs. Eitherway, it’d be as easy as slapping a tiny piece of polycarb in front of it to prevent that.
Yeah, we’re aware with the bumpers. We are awaiting our “stickers”, similar to the one on the Lift’s Lexan. But once we have those, they will go on the front of the robot.