Besides looking awesome, track robots that use treads instead of wheels deliver greater traction and reduce slippage, especially on rough, uneven terrain. Additionally, tracks have a lower ground pressure than wheels and are better suited for soft surfaces like snow, so you get less sinking. Even indoors, say in a robot battle competition, tracks give you more traction, providing better acceleration and making it easier to push your robot opponents.
To better help you determine the right tracked robot for your needs, please refer to our handy dandy speed and payload chart where we break down potential payloads and speeds.
You’ll never get a flat with a tracked robot!
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