|Belt drive visible next to the drive wheels.|
|Side view showing the recessed position of the drive axles. I miss how good this robot looked with its sloped armor and chamfers.|
|A hit right on the axle hole. Luckily there is a bronze bushing holding the axle and preventing plastic deformation from binding the axle.|
|Only three stepdowns because I had to trick my CAM software into doing mild surfacing.|
The circuit board was spun to fix the drive reset issue.
|Shown with shock absorbing polyurethane foam.|
Finally, a new weapon holder was designed. It kept the overall fish shape.
The robot won Motorama 2016 despite shattering a blade in the final. Since the shatter was asymmetric it was able to continue using the remaining pieces, with significant vibrations.
|Shown here with fellow competitor Best Korea.|
Here it is with all the pieces laid out nice. No issues with the weapon's hub motor, which was nice.