Stonehenge Robot – ThundeRatz Team

Stonehenge Robot – ThundeRatz Team

Robot and Team Name

Robot: Stonehenge – Team Name: ThundeRatz

When you build? And Duration of progress

The first project was made in 2012 and it took 1 year, but the newest version was made in 2016 and it took 1 year too.

What was the hardest part you achieved?

Reduction gears wore out quickly, therefore it was necessary to change them very often.

Robot’s Total Weight & Dimensions
3 kg

Maximum speed it can achieve
2.31 m/s

Which batteries it uses?
1 Battery 4S 1300mAh

Motor models and reduction system?
Motor Turnigy XK-3665 3190 kV. Planetary Gearboxes with reduction ratio of 100:1.

At your robot what is more stronger, torque or speed?

Also please explain your electronics. Which Microcontroller system is used? What is compliementary circuits like regulator boards, motor drivers or other sensors…
2 Electronic Speed Controller for Brushless Motors and 1 RF receiver.

How did you made your PCBs, custom made or factory production? Or ready boards?
Custom made.

How many sensors robot uses? What is Edge sensor and Opponent sensor Features?
The robot is RC sumo robot, therefore does not have sensors.

Has the robot competed in any competition/tournament? Did it win any prize place/places?
The Stonehenge won 7 times in national competition, fourth place in All Japan Robot Sumo 2014 and third place in Torneo Internacional Robot-Sumo Argentina 2019.

What do you plan for future on that robot?
Retirement or a new version.

If you have any questions, or wanted to contact our team ThundeRatz, please comment below.

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