|Team Members||Craig Danby|
|Dimensions||0.7m x 0.6m x 0.25m|
Robot statistics correct as of its most recent appearance on the show
TX-108 is a wedge shaped robot with a crushing jaw.It's teammate was Tanto .It competed in Techno games with a weaponless pink colored robot called RaMya (Razer My Arse). TX-108 failed to qualify for series 5,6 and 7 of Robot Wars and the team is one of the oldest running teams in the UK, first competing in the Featherweight Championship of Series 2, fighting with a robot called Deadline, and having built several robots since then, including Tanto which has competed in Roaming Robots alongside TX-108.
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In the Series 5 qualifiers, TX-108 faced future semi-finalist S3. It started well, managing to push S3 around as the machine was suffering from control problems, although S3 did manage to turn and hit TX-108 with its disc multiple times. The match went to the judges with both machines having suffered damage, and S3 was declared the winner.
TX-108 came back to try to qualify for Series 6. Initially, they were drawn up against Barbaric Response, Lightning and Twister, but withdrew from that qualifier after their controller for the crusher malfunctioned. However, the team were able to fix this, and were given a second chance to qualify, fighting Reptirron The Second. After one crucial blow from Reptirron's weapon, TX-108 broke down and failed to enter the show again.
TX-108 then entered the qualifiers for the seventh and final series of Robot Wars and was drawn against 8645T 2 and Mighty Mouse, who coincidentally fought in Round 1 of the main competition against each other. TX-108 lost after its aerial came loose and once again failed to qualify for the series, meaning they never appeared on the televised show.
In 2014, Craig Danby posted a picture of TX-109, a new version of TX-108. TX-109 made an appearance at the Robot Wars Santa Pod event. Unlike TX-108, TX-109's claw is pushed down. TX-109's claw piston is set on the base of instead of at a angle like TX-108's. TX-109 made its debut at the Robot Wars Newport event. It gained 4 wheel drive in late 2014. TX-109 was renamed Apex in 2015.
- Interstingly TX-108 took part in the first series of Robot Wars Extreme, where it fought Hypno-Disc in a Wild Card Warrior battle. TX-108 won due to Hypno-Disc breaking down 20 seconds after the fight started and became the only newcomer to win one of the Wild Card Warrior battles. However, the Robot Wars producers were not happy with the battle and it was not aired on television.