Already purchased your FTC Competition Set? Need more than one for testing? For backup? Well here is your second chance. With the FTC Competition Set, you will receive a well-rounded selection of TETRIX MAX components for building a robot that can successfully compete in the FIRST® Tech Challenge competition. The set includes 843 heavy-duty pieces that will enable your team to apply its creativity and engineering knowledge to complete the challenge.
FTC Competition Set includes:
Among the set are new TETRIX MAX pieces such as the 64 mm, 96 mm, 160 mm, and 288 mm Flats, Standard-Scale Servo Motor Brackets, Stand-Off Posts, and more.
Designed especially for SkillsUSA, the Robotics: Urban Search & Rescue Challenge Set features heavy-duty, aircraft-grade aluminum elements for construction, powerful drive motors, and expandable capabilities. TETRIX® provides the ideal platform for creativity. The patented hole pattern on TETRIX structural pieces is unique to this system and enables competitors to attach pieces at angles as well as horizontally and vertically.
The challenge kit includes the following:
Requires AA batteries, sold separately.
Note: This set does not provide instructions to build a specific robot, including the one pictured. It has a builder’s guide illustrating a basic chassis build, proper wiring, etc. The set is designed for the USAR, which is an engineering competition in which competitors design and build their own original robot.
The WRO Competition Set features a large assortment of the building elements, gears, and motors needed to design a robot that is robust, flexible, and ready to take on the competition. Simply add the control system of choice and you've got everything you need for the Advanced Robotics Challenge.
The WRO Competition Set with myRIO features a large assortment of the TETRIX® MAX building elements plus the National Instruments myRIO controller and LabVIEW™ software. This set contains all the hardware and software teams need to create a competition-ready robot that's primed for the Advanced Robotics Challenge.