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Morpheus Sumo Robot – BattleLab Robotica 2016 1st Place Winner

When you build? And Duration of progress. This year, and the build took around 5 months. Which difficulties you faced while building? The front of the robot was hard to make it as we hish.

GZERO Robot Sumo – MEB Turkey Robot Competition 2016 1st Place Winner

I started to design with my team at the beginning of first months of 2015 at Istanbul, Turkey. I updated old design of Senju and it bringed me victory. We made very harsh matches with another Turkish teams and never lost.

Impala Sumo Robot

I started to do it since July/2015 and this it 3rd evolution ever listening looking and learning how to be better The IMPALA “SS” born in December/2015 when I decided to do a better robot designing. And using better components first I need to buy some goods toys so I started to search where do I can to get it.

Kyuseishu Sumo Robot

I have been inactive for about a year. We have been working on very special sumo robots. Unfortunately, I cannot disclose any details about the other robots. Kyuseishu Sumo Robot Specs: Max Speed: 7.2 m/s, limited to 6.1 m/s – 6.5 m/s Battery: 2x 3S Matched Impedance competition grade Li-Po batteries. I would recommend Gens Ace batteries if you have the space for them. In competition because of the weight constraint we use Turnigy batteries. Motor Drivers: Currently it uses a motor driver from ion motion; But we have designed a custom board for it. We cannot supply the necessary parts for it we are waiting for Farnell to stock them. Sensors 5x Keyence PZ-G41N. PZ-G41N is the NPN version of the PZ-G41P. PZ-G41P can be bought from jsumo Shop 4x QTR1-A Again these sensors can be bought from jsumo Gear Ratio 6.057:1 Currently Arduino Nano based, but the final version will be ARM-CORTEX M7 based. Specs of the final motor driver: Peak 400A at 40V, Continuous 200A at 40V Current monitoring, Phase correction, 4-Quadrant PWM at 30Khz, Fully isolated from the digital side. Motors: Maxon DCX35L configured with special brushes and bearings for high speed operation. Similar motors can be bought from Blade: I bought it from another team. (I don’t think they would allow me to give any info about it.) Unfortunately their screws did not match with my robots. I needed to drill new holes with tungsten-carbide drill bits. Video: Kyuseishu_Test_A1 Note that we do not have a proper dohyo. The dohyo used has a diameter of 1m this forced us to reduce the searching speed of the robot to 2.8 m/s- 2.4 m/s. Photo of the ARM Based Motor Driver / Logic Board Photo From a Simulation

Quetzalito, Mexican Microsumo

We are a Mexican team, and we were building this robot for a year, it’s principally made of brass. When we started,the principal problem was the space, we needed to put all the components in a very small area and like it was notenough we wanted that it looked great, for this reason, we started to work in different designs along this last year. As can you see, the first robot that we made was horrible, but we are the Avengers Team and we never give up. We continued working in new versions, the last version that we have built is the number 10, so is the best, is smaller and faster, it has a wonderful design and has 4 sensors, has better electronic and mechanical components, it’s a little ass kicker, its motors run at 1000 rpm and his sensors work for 40 cm. it has a wonderful design and has 4 sensors, has better electronic and mechanical components, it’s a little ass kicker, its motors run at 1000 rpm and his sensors work for 40 cm. These are some features of our robot: Material: Brass Sensors: 4 Sharp GP2Y0D340K Microcontroller: ATMEGA8 Motors: Pololu 30:1 Battery: ZIPPY Lypo 11.1v 240mAh Wheels: This is a special silicone, model “P85” the brand is “Poliformas” This robot has travelled around the world, for example, it has been in Austria, Ecuador, Romania and obviously Mexico. And in each country it has won prizes. The most important at the moment was 9 months ago in Austria, the version 9 of our robots won the first, second and third place at microsumo. We was so fucking proud at that moment, but we want to repeat the achievement, for this reason we built the version 10. Here another photos: Latest designs From Robochallenge Romania, We won first 3 places! From Robochallenge Romania, We won first 3 places!

Paladino Sumo Robot / UFFight Robótica – 2015

What is your Robot’s Name? Paladino (UFFight Robótica) (2015) Paladino is a 3Kg Radio controller sumo robot build by UFFight Robótica from Universidade Federal Fluminense. When you build? And Duration of progress. Paladino was design in the beginning of 2015, and has been improved since then. Which difficulties you faced while building? Due to the Lack of investment, we had to find innovative solutions for the powertrain specially.

Sakin Sumo Robot – 1st Place Winner 2015 & 2nd Place Winner 2014 All International Robot Sumo from Turkey

Sakin is a Turkish word means “Calm”. The name comes up with the speed of the robot. Sakin sumo robot is not so fast nor so slow, middle speed can be called which makes it “Calm”.

Tremendo Mexican Minisumo Avengers Team

THE ROBOT What is made the Structure? Aluminum How many sensors we use? As you can see we use only 4 sensors Sharp 340KAs you can see we use only 4 sensors Sharp 340K Which Microcontroller? ATMEGA8 Motors: Fingertech 50:1 Battery: Lipo Turnigy 4s

Raven Sumo Robot (EasyTeam) (2015)

When you build? And Duration of progress. Designed by EasyTeam in Tlaxcala, Mexico. In June 2015. It was hard & long progress but we managed. Still working and making better the design.

Sinan Paşa Mini Sumo Robot Series (Version 1-2-3)

Hi, I will share informations about my mini-sumo robots which are called "Sinan Paşa". "Sinan Paşa V1" was so precious for me, because it was my first robot. Before I started to build my robot, I researched about robots, watched a few videos about mini-sumo robots, and read about them. Let's start with a video and later I will explain. Firstly, I designed the mechanical chassis. I pondered on frontside and I decided to design it like a ramp. I created the steel heavy frontpart on a fraise machine. I build the chassis myself, and I created the brass wheels on a lathe. Sinan Paşa Mini Sumo Robot Version 1 - First Project At design I used solidworks. After the mechanical section was done; I started to design electronic section. I used Sharp340K as sensor, 16F84 as microcontroller, L298P as driver, and 1A 7.4V LiPo Battery Sharp GP2Y0D340K Sensors Carrier Board Mainboard of mini sumo Sinan Paşa Ver.1 SMD to DIP Converter Board for L298P Dual Motor Driver IC I gained a lot of experience while I was creating this robot. Because of creating mechanical section before the electronic circuit, I had a problem about placing all parts as I imagine. I planned the motors to be on the chassis but there was a problem with the frontpart so I had to put them under the chassis. I cut negative and positive poles of the LiPo battery that I used at the same moment and I had a party with fireworks. 🙂 I learnt that the battery needn't have a high ampere. Version 2 - More Technical! I designed my next robot "Sinan Paşa V2" for 2-3 weeks. I designed it with my experiences that I gained from my first robot. I finished the electronic circuit with the help of my venerable teacher Abdurrahman KAVUN. I bought a new 500mAh LiPo battery so I gained a lot of space. Sharp GP2Y0D340K Sensors Carrier Board Sinan Paşa Ver.2 This time I used MC33926 as Motor Driver and 16F876A as microcontroller. Also I changed the voltage regulator which goes to motors according to tactics in the program. I used GP2Y0D340K - Sharp sensors. I think Sharp340K's are the best ideal sensors for mini-sumo robots because it takes up small space and it's digital. This is why I prefer it. Version 3 - The Last! A year later, I decided to build "Sinan Paşa V3". I took a month to finish it. This time I concentrated on the mechanic section. It has the same electronic circuit with "Sinan Paşa V1". With only difference LM317T on the "Sinan Paşa V3" %60 of the total weight was on the front and %40 was on the back. It was nearly 500 gram. I used SLT20P as wheels. It is the best wheel I have been used so far. Because of wheel's weight, I gained maximum impact. Robot took 5th place at the MEB Robot Competition which is organised in Turkey. I was eliminated on the last match because of broken motor-holder. Bad luck.. 🙁 Here, you can find Sample program of a mini-sumo #include <16f628a.h> #fuses HS,NOWDT #use delay (clock=20000000) #byte port_a=5 #byte port_b=6 #bit solda=6.7 #bit sagda=6.0 int sensor,i; main(){ set_tris_a(0x00); set_tris_b(0xff); port_a=(0x00); while(1){ if (solda==0) {delay_ms(5000); port_a=(0x06); break;} if (sagda==0) {delay_ms(5000); port_a=(0x09); break;} } while(1){ sensor=port_b&0x1f; switch(sensor){ case 24: port_a=0x09; break; //competitor on right side case 16: port_a=0x09; break; // competitor on right side and middle side case 12: port_a=0x06; break; // competitor on left side case 4: port_a=0x06; break; // competitor on left side and middle side case 20: port_a=0x05; break; // competitor on middle side case 0: port_a=0x05; break; // competitor left middle right } } } I hope you would like it. If you have any questions, please add your thoughts to comments. I will try to answer. Mehmet Murat Yılmaz - May 2015

Senju Winner of All Japan International Robot Sumo December 2014 (26th)

I started to design with my team (H-Tech Robot Team) at the beginning of first moths of 2014 at Istanbul, Turkey. Senju Robot won 4th degree at 26th (2014) All International Robot Sumo Tournament. The tournament which held at Tokyo, Japan. Features Maxon DCX35L 24V Motors – 2 Custom design gearbox   4.4:1 Custom design motor driver Keyence  PZ-G41N opponent sensors – 5 ( Omron E3Z-D62 opponent sensors – 2 Max speed 6.5 m/s All Mechanics is custom designed. I used aluminum and steel for mechanics. Magnet Locations. We designed Mosfet H Bridge circuit for controlling Maxon DCX motors. 2014 All Japan Robot Sumo Winners (RC and Autonomous) Mine is at the left. Robot’s front with custom made sharp blade. Senju Robot’s Videos     You can find lots of information at videos. If you have any questions. Please comment to below. I will try to help. Thanks,

Fırato Series Japan Style Sumo Robots

Motors: Fırato 2: Maxon RE 40 Fırato Alpha : Maxon RE 35 Power Trains Max Speed Fırato San: 4.8 m/s Continuous 5 m/s peak Fırato-2 and Alpha: 4 m/s

Wolf Sumo Robot (by Team Flex) – 2014

Designed and built by TeamFlex in Romania, at the beginning of 2014. Features: Maxon RE40 148866 DC Motors – 2 2-stage gearbox with total ratio 5.7:1 Omron opponent sensors – 8 Banner opponent sensors – 3 Pepperl&Fuchs line detection sensors – 2 Calculated speed is somewhere around 5mps, but actual measured speed is between 3.5 and 4 mps.   100% Test for 100 ms Wolf(RO) vs. Zibsnis(LV) at Robotchallenge 2014

Syuryo-Kanna Sumo Robot (2013)

Design and manufacture: noclaf8810 Team: Team-Udon Robot name: Syuryo-kanna ※Japanese → しこ名:首領『神無』 This robot participated in the 2013 ALL JAPAN & INTERNATIONAL ROBOT SUMO TOURNAMENT (RC class). Ranking : Yokozuna (Champion)

Lancer 2.0 Robot Sumo

Sumo Lancer. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México. Facultad de Ciencias de la Electrónica. Lancer en la 1a Copa Internacional de Robótica ,Junio de 2013, México, Distrito Federal. Lancer en la 1a Copa Internacional de Robótica, Junio de 2013, México, Distrito Federal. Lancer en ROBOCORE Winter Challenge, Julio de 2013, São Caetano do Sul, São Paulo, Brasil.

My sumo robots name are Meikyoushisui-no-Kizuna -明鏡止水ノ絆-

Design: Mysterious Ryota (Ayashii Ryota) ※Japanese name: 怪しい涼汰 Manufacture: People of small factory in town (main Ota-ku), my friends and young engineers (Mitoyo technical high school students) Very very thank you for everybody’s cooperation!! Team: Team-Udon (Post: secretary and manager) Robot name: Meikyoushisui-no-Kizuna ※Japanese robot name: 明鏡止水ノ絆 I’m making 2 sumo robots for this year. Then, let’s introduce them. Looks like Hedge hog !? (Appearance) All circles are magnets!! (Magnetic force : Small magnet magnetic force is about 5kg,Big magnet magnet magnetic force is about 7.5kg) (Bottom) This is a very very heavy weight machine in one of them. This was planning move by pressure welding. It can move freely:) I manufactured it. But I gave up. Because it’s weight over and size over. Feature(Plan) 4 Tsukasa geared morors (TG-85R-SU-552-KA,DC12V) LiPo Battery 3 cell (12.3V) Max Speed Unknown(very very very slow) Size about 210mm×210mm 🙂 Weight about 4500g 🙂 4 sensors (Best technology) Magnetic force about 375kg (Appearance) (Robot knives) This is a tricky machine in one of them. An upper cover also turns into a front cover.(→That is, it changes!) Many many arrangements by many sensors is possible. (That arrangement by many sensors are secret.) I have a robot knife with three kinds of angles.(Those angles are secret.) Exchange of a robot knife is not hard. Feature(Plan) 2 Maxon morors(RE40 or RE35) LiPo Battery 7 cell (28.7V) Max Speed Unknown Size about 200mm×200mm Weight Unknown Many sensors(Best technology) All gear drive Magnetic force Unknown

GS-5RC 2013 Edition Sumo Robot

Design and manufacture: iwas6127 Team: reRo -KIS- This robot will be taken part in 2013 ALL JAPAN ROBOT-SUMO tournament (RC class).

REM! Mini Sumo

Firstly, I design my minisumo on solidworks and I built it on a our 3 axis CNC machine. This robot participated in the RobotChallenge 2013 which is the most popular robotic organization in Europe.       Features DC motor 650rpm 3.2kg/cm torque PRO4550-usb Controller Card 30 shore silicon wheels. (Radius is 32mm) 2 micro servo (metal gear box) motor for flags QTR1A Edge Sensors 3 Pepperl Fuchs sensors which are the industrial diffuse type sensors           Flags is very crucial for winning. Unfortunately, that was broken in the match.     REM! can fly on the ring when contender was faster than REM!.. It is bad lucky this times.   So it will be stronger and faster than now. I have improved REM!’s mechanical and software.   Main Board   PRO4550-usb was designed by me. It has 2 motor drivers ( Toshiba TB6612FNG, 2 amper for one channel) and main microprocessor is the PIC18f4550.

Syuryo-Kanna 2012 Edition Sumo Robot しこ名:首領『神無』

Design and manufacture: noclaf8810 Team: Team-Udon This robot participated in the 2012 ALL JAPAN ROBOT-SUMO TOURNAMENT (RC class). Ranking : Best 12 Robot name: Syuryo-kanna ※Japanese → しこ名:首領『神無』 Features 2 Maxon RE40 DC Motors(24V) LiPo Battery 9 cell (max : 37.8V) Max Speed 4.5m/s Movable robot knife Gear and belt drive Motor Driver : 4 Pololu High-Power Motor Driver 36v20 CS (Two motor drivers per motor are used. ) Belt drive mechanism Control circuit

Shadow Sumo Robot (2012)

Features 12 Volt Maxon RE40 x 2 Keyence & Omron Sensors QTR1A Edge Sensors 6 Cell Li-Po (Total Voltage 25V Full Voltage) It has very small volume when compared with traditional japan robot sumos.     You can add comment below 😉

New Design JSUMO Sumo Robot

At April 2013 I made new magnetic sumo robot. Features: 2 Maxon RE35 Dc Motors 2 Omron E3z-D62 Sensors 3 Keyence PZG-41 Sensors. 4 QRE1113GR Edge Sensors. Custom made motor controllers 2 Wheeled Design. A lot of neodmiyum magnets.

New Sumo Robot “Shadow!” In Progress

This year we built better sumo. It uses Keyence & Omron sensors.. Total six sensors robot use. It competed at: Uludag Robot Gunleri 2012 Meb Robotik Yarismasi 2012 Isparta SDU Robot Yarisması 2012 For now only one video and some photos..:) With new Arduino Sumo Robot Controller Card.

RoboGazi Sumo Robot Project

Sumo robot robot project from Gazi University, Turkey. Their site can be found here:

Motherboard – Mini Sumo Robots

Perfect mini sumo robots from mexico.  

Deep Impact Sumo Robot (Old Project – 2007)

Deep Impact Sumo Robot I watched videos of how to develop the project, Japanese sumo robots as fast as it can be extremely sharp turn in the thought of how make. And Deep Impact was born:) it has 2 edge contrast sensor, 2 ultrasonic sensor and 6 infrared sensors. It uses six Faulhaber dc gear motors.

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