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robot with a shock mounted wedge;
Bleuhh Cheese (Figure 4), a 2WD
wedge with a 3D printed body; Billy
Dan (Figure 5), a servo powered lifter
built from a BotBitz kit; Do You Even
Lift? (Figure 6), another BotBitz servo
powered lifter kit; inVertigo (Figure 7)
a powerful horizontal disk spinner;
Pissed Off Unicorn (Figure 8), a tri-bladed cage spinner; and Yolo (Figure
9), a small durable wedge.
In the opening round, Mustachio
beat Gate Stop; Bleuhh Cheese beat
Billy Dan; Do You Even Lift? beat
inVertigo; and Pissed Off Unicorn beat
Yolo. In the winner’s bracket semifinal, Bleuhh Cheese defeated
Mustachio and Pissed Off Unicorn
defeated Do You Even Lift? In the
loser’s bracket, Billy Dan eliminated
Gate Stop and Yolo eliminated
inVertigo. Do You Even Lift?
eliminated Billy Dan, and Mustachio
Mustachio and Do You Even Lift?
faced off with Mustachio coming out
the victor. In the winner’s bracket
final, Pissed Off Unicorn beat Bleuhh
Cheese, and guaranteed itself a spot
in the overall final. Mustachio and
Bleuhh Cheese fought in the loser’s
bracket final with Mustachio gaining
the victory and a guaranteed second
In the overall final, Pissed Off
Unicorn continued its undefeated
streak winning the Fairyweight class
with Mustachio in second, and Bleuhh
Cheese finishing third overall.
The Antweight class consisted of
10 robots: Klazo (Figure 10), a drum
spinner built from the Kitbots Saifu
kit; Short Stop (Figure 11), a 2WD
wedge; Algos (Figure 12), a compact
vertical spinner; Saifu (Figure 13), a
prototype for a potential alteration to
the current Saifu kit; Ting Tang
Figure 9. Yolo. Figure 8. Pissed Off Unicorn.
Figure 7. inVertigo.
Figure 12. Algos. Figure 11. Short Stop. Figure 10. Klazo.
Figure 15. Guest Stop. Figure 14. Ting Tang. Figure 13. Saifu.