The TM supplied Bronze TM 23 and TM 620 bushings, which according to studies carried out by the team, using different types of materials, were classified as the best performance for application.
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The TROIA team, made up of students from the Federal University of Lavras (UFLA) and supported by TM, was the winner in the Hockey category of robots and was second in the Featherweight category (13.4KG) of Winter Challenge XIV, which happens Instituto Mauá of Technology. The event is one of the largest for robotics in the country and aims to promote and develop national robotics.
For the design of the project, TM provided Bronze TM 23 and TM 620 bushings, which, according to studies carried out by the team, using different types of materials, were classified as the best performance for application. The material was used as sliding bushings and low load in the systems of transmission of both weapon (piece that strikes against opponents) and of locomotion.
Teams from all over the world participate, but despite the various formations - it can be a group of friends or relatives - it is for the students of national universities that the competition brings even greater importance. Robot war allows theory to give way to research and development practice outside the classroom, applying all knowledge to something practical and visible reality. Every year, it is possible to see different technologies being applied and developed.
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