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Year of Creation 2020-2021
Current Version 1.0
Update Year 2020-2021
Wins/Losses 2/1
Information and Statistics
Weight Class 2.3lb
Weapon Class Horizontal Spinner
Combined Wins/Losses 2/1
Weapon Speed at least four RPM

Guillotini is a horizontal bar spinner designed to kick butt and take names. But not all things work as designed. Intended to be the successor of Hibachi and the avenger of Perri, it... somehow got second place. We're still not sure how.


2lb Competition 2021

  • Results:
    • Single Elimination:
      • [WIN vs Dizzi][1]
        • weapon spun up!!!
        • then the belt slid off D:
        • Dizzi's weapon and drive system also had issues, preventing it from spinning up to a dangerous level so we just kept ramming into it.
        • won through judge decision based off of aggressiveness
      • [WIN vs Wonki][2]
        • weapon did not spin up at all
        • Wonki also had issues and wouldn't function properly
        • won by being aggressive and ramming into Wonki to prevent its weapon from spinning up.
      • [LOSS vs Largetoni][3]
        • weapon didn't spin up
        • bruh we were sitting ducks
        • did the best we could, Largetoni got off several good hits
        • Largetoni cracked the bottom chassis
        • kept fighting
        • one last hit and the Guillotini's battery popped out, judges terminated battle


Guillotini V1.0

Created by: Michael C. (mentor), Sam H., Lucas L., Brian N., Alex C., Aislinn A.

Drive Motors 22mm DC gearmotor
Drive Motor Controllers Scorpion Mini Electronic Speed Control
Weapon Motor PROPDRIVE v2 2836 1000KV Brushless Outrunner Motor
Weapon Motor Controllers HobbyKing 40A (2~6S) ESC w/UBEC 4A
Receiver Hobby King 2.4Ghz Receiver 6Ch V2
Remote Control Hobby King 2.4Ghz 6Ch Tx and Rx V2
Battery Turnigy Nano-Tech 1000mAh 3s 45~90c LiPo Pack
OTHER: pure awesomeness, duh


  • Weapon belt would slide off the weapon pulley when spun up to high speeds
  • Weapon system was unreliable and would occasionally not spin up at all
  • Wheels purchased were too small and had to be made bigger by wrapping rubber tape around its circumference
  • Wheels and weapon motor took up more space than expected, requiring the chassis to be sanded down to make them barely fit.
  • Outer edges of the drive wheel holes and the internal wires would rub against the wheels, causing differences in friction between the wheels and making the robot not drive straight.

Good aspects

  • Was just underweight without having to do any extra weight-reduction procedures
  • Drive system was functioning all three matches
  • The wheels were well protected


  • The weapon pulley design would have to be changed to prevent the weapon belt from slipping
  • The entire bot should be a little bit bigger to help everything fit better
  • The clearance on the drive wheel holes should be larger
  • The wall thickness could be lower but with a higher infill
  • The cutout patterns on the sides should be printed thicker or made bigger to increase structural strength


Random joke: our weapon

Also: i tried to copy/paste the Bee Movie script but it wouldn't work

named after an execution weapon because it was metal as frick

proceeded to fail to chop up any bots

just drove into them instead

somehow got 2nd place cause our bot was slightly more functional than the other two


Created by: Michael C. (mentor), Sam H., Lucas L., Brian N., Alex C., Aislinn A.