Since this is an impound event, my best guess is no. There may be some redress in paragraph 4l, depending on how it's interpreted. Is "in order to comply with the rules" part of "in order to make successful launches"?is it possible to modify your device at the competition if you are in violation of a rule at impound?
Well, I have competed in Wright Stuff, and in that competition I actually ended up building a new plane at the competition to no objection. I even borrowed a few tools from the supervisor. I doubt I'll be able to build a new trebuchet at the competition, but I hope they wont object to me removing one bolt....
I don't see why not, but at the same time I don't see why you would want to. You would lose a lot of energy buy angling the rails.Can you put the guides/rails on the FAT at an angle?
If it uses ANY stored energy at all then it is not allowed.Hey everyone, I hope I'm posting correctly. I know its kinda late, but is a Murlin trebuchet allowed? It kinda uses stored potential energy, but I am not sure.
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