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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: RA2 in 2020
« on: June 24, 2020, 11:17:53 AM »
This ****ing scares me tbh

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: RA2 in 2020
« on: June 24, 2020, 03:25:36 AM »
Hey giys if i commit war crimes in Germany will i still be accepted onto B-Beans 9?

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Modifications / Re: DSL-IRL 2.4
« on: June 23, 2020, 10:57:41 AM »
and yes I am skipping 2.3 because of how much of a bad taste it left in people's mouths
What do you even mean, 2.3 was a technical marvel lead by our favourite leader that knew what he was doing

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True.  I think if you could go to 96 volts on a motor this size you might see a lot fewer pneumatic systems IRL. Motors are just easier.
They truly are. We just need to figure out the jankines when on gearing higher than 10:0.1

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Developer’s comment:

Overvolting a motor rated for 24 volts all the way to 96 volts is extremely dangerous and not recommended!  Even though it might be okay in the game (for now), please try to keep the AmpFlows to 48 volts or below.  A lot of competitors have learned the hard way that AmpFlows can fry themselves when run this high.

That is true indeed. I was just showing what can be done

I’m going to limit this when I get a chance.  We don’t have a system in place for that yet though.  Maybe if you go above 48 volts the motor melts immediately...
Tbh, i would keep it as is, as atm, they are kinda saving the flippers. More voltage/more torque for the motor. Atleast keep it till the pneumatics get added

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Developer’s comment:

Overvolting a motor rated for 24 volts all the way to 96 volts is extremely dangerous and not recommended!  Even though it might be okay in the game (for now), please try to keep the AmpFlows to 48 volts or below.  A lot of competitors have learned the hard way that AmpFlows can fry themselves when run this high.

That is true indeed. I was just showing what can be done

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Hey yall!

Time for a minor progress reveal, an addition to the game that is welcome.

Connecting Batteries in Series and Parallel has been added.
What does this do? If you connect multiple batteries in series, the voltage of the motors will rise (sum of the voltages of the connected batteries)
Here is an example of an A40-300 connected to 2 batteries in series, running at 96.2V (48.1V+48.1V)

If you connect multiple batteries into parallel, the voltage of the motors will be same.Here is an example of an A28-400 running with 2 batteries connected in parallel, running at 37V

This can be tested on the bleeding edge build right away, but it will be released in a stable build too.

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Showcases / Re: Kix has made Robot Rumble 2.0 bots
« on: June 16, 2020, 06:49:07 PM »
****er i have an anti meze config too
A ****in giant ass spatula

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Bitch ill prolly enter, that is if i have motivation and time

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Showcases / Re: Kix has made Robot Rumble 2.0 bots
« on: June 16, 2020, 04:00:07 PM »
Axes are fun.
General Disruption

Im fond of the outline thing i am doing


Also my pro strats on winning next SvL

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DSL TC Showcases / Re: bloodys loud house showcase
« on: June 15, 2020, 06:10:34 AM »
I see what you were going for, but that axle is just too thin, irl it would snap but just touching a wall, also those typhoon teeth look eh on the bar itself

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DSL TC Showcases / Re: bloodys loud house showcase
« on: June 13, 2020, 01:48:44 PM »
You have to be more aware of the weight.

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DSL TC Showcases / Re: bloodys loud house showcase
« on: June 12, 2020, 07:10:30 PM »
Optimizaions i guess:
-Use only 2 battlepacks for batteries. I assume youre are using too much batts. It will be enough if you have 4 motors (although it might be 3)
-Lower the armour class. Idk what current armour are you using but its its ST10 its overkill, maybe even TI10
Those rear suppors may be too long, you could use 60 cm extenders and possibly save 6-8 kilos of space (or something like that idk i havent played in awhile)
Possibly remove those wheel discs, that you added. It does look better, but you are also wasting around 20 kilos

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Modifications / Re: dsl stuff
« on: June 12, 2020, 07:04:40 PM »
All of the sh**ters that rely on those parts are gonna have fun time.

Let them suffer, stability is more important

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Modifications / Re: """"Clean"""" NPC Motors
« on: June 10, 2020, 07:04:51 AM »
Great, another update to the Essential pack, damn will NPC's be the new Mini Wheel?
Nah, he actually cares about his stuff

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Showcases / Re: Kix has made Robot Rumble 2.0 bots
« on: June 09, 2020, 08:23:10 AM »
very interesting design although the self righting bar makes it look very strange imo
Kinda has Revenge Of Trouble & Strife vibe with the srimech

Anyways, tried to make a Compact drum.
Blackout - Bootleg Adidas stripes included


If you wondered how compact it is

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Hey all!
Robot Rumble 2 has now an official server!
https://discord.gg/tXwYay9

Come and say hi!

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Showcases / Re: Kix has made Robot Rumble 2.0 bots
« on: June 07, 2020, 03:48:38 AM »
The Original:

the one with actual functioning srimech:

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I thought that eteks were prone to overheating too easy. But then i was running them at 48v (although iirc they can easily take 48v)
But shouldn't your headbanging verts survive less time?
I am using brushless motors for verts, and unlike brushed they can take higher voltages easily afaik

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I thought that eteks were prone to overheating too easy. But then i was running them at 48v (although iirc they can easily take 48v)

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