Nope, no titanium battle-axes here. Not even a single, measly speed controller.
Seeking intangible resources instead? OK, that we can help you with.
Competition Rules & Regulations
Anything goes? Hardly. You’ve gotta have rules, or we’d have unlicensed nuclear accelerators on the arena floor. And how would that be fair? Of course, it’s a bit more complicated than “no hitting below the belt,” so you can find everything you’d ever need to know at the PDF links below. Happy building!
For those about to build, we salute you. Also, we suggest that you visit the following websites for information about building your robot.
Every Bot must start with a good design, and SolidWorks can help you get there. Plus, student licences are free for NRL teams. If you are interested in applying for a free SolidWorks student licence, please apply here.
Ready to build your first ‘bot, but not sure where to start? A Gears Kit may be just the ticket.
If you are ready to go to the next level, these additional resources may be helpful.
Industry Advisor Toolkit
Thinking of becoming an NRL Industry Advisor? Check out our resources to help you make the decision.
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