Fall Event

Saturday, November 5

Wright State’s Nutter Center

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Xtreme BOTS is the exciting hands-on program where students customize remote-controlled robots to face off in competition. The robot building process captures student’s imaginations as they design, construct and compete with their own robotic creations. Through practical application, students gain knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – all essential skills for manufacturing.
Ohio Robotics is working to expand the Xtreme BOTS competition in the coming years as well as support year-round STEM initiatives to further promote and engage students toward career paths in manufacturing.

What’s new at XTREME BOTS this fall?

Rippl3D Printing Competition 

The ONLY middle school 3D printing challenge in Ohio!
Corporate Sponsorship Available. Find out more!

Hands-On Kids Zone! 

Watching those BOTS smashing and sparks flying in the cage gets every spectator excited! Our ‘Kids Zone’ is the perfect answer for those little hands itching to give it a try! We are providing hands-on STEM activities and mini-competitions such as building mini-robots, 3D printing and much more! What a great way to inspire the next generation of robotics.

Demonstration Stage

Have a new product or idea you want to share? Looking to tap into our audience filled with Tech fans of all ages?Here’s your chance!  Become a sponsor today.
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Xtreme BOTS Competition Spring 2016

Congratulations to all our teams!


  • Best Engineered – Super Alpha Wolf Squadron.   Bot – Spin Cycle.  School: New Castle Career Center

  • Best Documentation – Polar Robotics.   Bot: Frost Bite.  School: Ohio Northern

  • Best Sportsmanship – Team: Chargers.  Bot: Thomas & Tesla.  School: Edison Community College

  • 3rd Place- Murica.  Bot: Wade Wilson, School: Centerville High School

  • 2nd Place- Ron Swanson.  Bot: Buckshot, School: Centerville High School

  • 1st Place- Torque Squad.  Bot: Mechanical Advantage, School: Centerville High School

Thank you to all of the volunteers who supported this event and special thanks to Wright State University for being such a great host!

Special Mention
Ponitz Little Macs Robot Name RON_2_a
Congratulations to David Andrews and the Ponitz CTC team! They took Grand Championship and third place honors at the National Robotics League (NRL) national competition at Baldwin Wallace University, in Berea, OH, May 15-16.

Video Highlights from the Fall 2014 Competition

The Xtreme BOTS program is second to none-it is the gold standard for project based technical education. As a twenty year teacher it is thrilling to see my students become highly engaged in a rigorous manufacturing experience with industry mentor-ship. I count myself fortunate to be teaching in Dayton, Ohio where the Xtreme BOTS program is making a difference in the lives of students and teachers. I can’t remember the last time I saw my students get this excited!

Dave Andrews, Engineering Technology Teacher, Ponitz Career Technology Center

The Xtreme BOTS project is an exciting way to combine our math, science, and technology curriculum into a hands-on, collaborative and engaging project that allows students to develop a working battlebot. It is so much fun to be involved in the learning and to be able to develop and build a working model that is able to compete in the Xtreme BOTS competition.

Shannon Osterfeld, (Student) Coldwater High School

Are you interested in starting an Xtreme BOTS team in your school?