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Difference between simulation and Kuka Robot
#1
Hello! When using RoboDK our team noticed a difference between what RoboDK considers a valid movement and what the Robot considered a valid movement. We are wondering if there are any settings that can be changed to make the simulation run more in line with what the actual robot does. The following are some videos to highlight the difference. Both use the same coordinate points but our guess is the simulation considers the LIN movement to the last point to be invalid because it cannot match the Joint information stored in the target while the actual robot cares only about getting to the coordinates.


#2
Hi there,
Could you provide the .rdk station, please?

Jeremy
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#3

.rdk   Sample.rdk (Size: 301.72 KB / Downloads: 117)

Here is a station with a similar issue.
#4
Hi RDFLab, 

Ok, I understand now. 

Go to "Tools"->"Options"->"Motion"

   

Those are the tolerance you can play with.
RoboDK's default parameters are relatively conservative. 

Jeremy
Find useful information about RoboDK and its features by visiting our Online Documentation and by watching tutorials on our Youtube Channel


  




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