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Bender was a heavyweight robot built by Eric Stoliker which competed in every season of the televised Comedy Central BattleBots run as well as the 2009 Pro Championship. Early Comedy Central incarnations of the robot featured two-wheel drive, a T-shaped chassis, and a large spinning disc which was continuously updated to become more damaging over time. For Season 3.0, the chassis was redesigned and a small lifting arm added to the rear, enabling Bender to adjust the attack angle of its own…


The thing about Bronco that everybody hates... is seeing their robot flipping around in the air.Reason Bradley during World Championship II. Bronco was a heavyweight robot built by Inertia Labs which competed in the first four BattleBots World Championships, as well as BattleBots: Bounty Hunters. As with most Inertia Labs robots, its weapon was a powerful pneumatic flipping arm which boasted almost three times the power of the team's Comedy Central BattleBots superheavyweight champion Toro…

We'll soon be able to conduct bot-on-bot mayhem without knowing a thing about building or repairing robots, thanks to toymaker Hexbug and its officially licensed Battlebots replicas.

We'll soon be able to conduct bot-on-bot mayhem without knowing a thing about building or repairing robots, thanks to toymaker Hexbug and its officially

King of Bots English Reference v3 - Now with International Competitors! : battlebots

/r/battlebots is a reddit community for fans of robot combat. We welcome those with a casual interest in television shows as well as the...

Son of Whyachi is a competitor on BattleBots built by Team Whyachi as a lighter version of their superheavyweight robot Whyachi. It originally competed in Season 3.0 as a heavyweight, where it claimed the championship. However, after new rules decided that its unique drive system (a set of "feet" that "shuffled" along the ground) did not constitute the weight bonus given to walkers, it moved to the superheavyweight division. It was very successful in BattleBots, winning the Season 3...

Son of Whyachi, often shortened to SOW, was a robot built by Team Whyachi for Seasons 3.0 to 5.0 of Comedy Central BattleBots, as well as three World Championships on ABC and Discovery. As its name suggests, Son of Whyachi was built as a lighter version of their previous robot Whyachi, debuting in the superheavyweight division of Season 3.0. Originally, it utilized a '3-phase walking beam' mechanism as its source of locomotion, making it a shufflebot like its counterpart. For weaponry, Son…

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Balloon Puncher, keep punching until it POPS! A battling robot with balloon head. Attach a balloon on the robot, put the detachable goggle on the balloon, power on your robot & controller and be ready to fight! Keep punching and you’ll win if your opponent’s balloon burst! 2 Game modes allow you to play alone or with your friends:
The snakes used to walk on legs but lost the ability to do so during their evolutionary journey. A YouTuber called Allen Pan published a very entertaining video of robot legs he created to assist a snake in “walking.” With his engineering background, pan creates homemade exoskeletons, battle bots, and other innovations. The legs are 3D printed and controlled by a chip in the device linked to a laptop. Is this gadget useful?