U.S. Rules & Regulations
Technical sheets will be available for the following areas:
… Technical Sheet No. 1 Failsafes
… Technical Sheet No. 2 Aerial Installations
… Technical Sheet No. 3 Radio Suppression
… Technical Sheet No. 4 Removable Links
… Technical Sheet No. 5 Pressure Reservoirs
… Technical Sheet No. 6 Batteries
… Technical Sheet No. 7 Carrying Cradle
The Technical Sheets can be found on our website at www.robotwars.com and will also be available from the Production Office. If you require any further information, please contact the Production Office by
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT BUILDING ROBOTS CAN BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
BY READING THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS, YOU THE BUILDER AND ASSOCIATED TEAM MEMBERS ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOU ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CLAIMS AND DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROBOT, AND THAT YOU AND YOUR TEAM MEMBERS UNDERTAKE THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE ROBOT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT BANDEIRA; ROBOT WARS, LLC; MTV; AND MBC ARE IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE AND SHALL BE HELD HARMLESS FOR ANY SUCH CLAIMS AND DAMAGES.
GENERAL, SAFETY and STYLE
The Organizers, at their sole discretion, reserve the right to alter or change these specifications at any time.
1. General Construction
1.1.1 Interchangeable body panels or weaponry is allowed between bouts providing changes can be done within a 20-minute time-frame. Interchanging of such panels or weapons cannot be done during bouts.
1.1.2 Limited time will be allowed between bouts for repairs, adjustments, changing of batteries, etc.
1.1.3 Any on-board equipment that could require attention during the program recording - e.g. recharging of pressure reservoirs; charging batteries; changing receiver (RX) crystals - should be easily and quickly accessible.
US Rules&Regs, 1/3/01