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How Can i change the rotation of 6th axis.
#1
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Hi all,
I am using an irb1600 robot arm. it is the 6 axis robot arm.  in roboDK I can see 2 types of information on robot position.  The first one is xyzabc (first 3 in distance mm, last 3 are degree). Other information is Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6. i can play with x,y,z,a,b,c by python. the problem is how can I change the Q6 only in each movement? 
is there any example? can you provide a code that can change the angle of the tip?  I have uploaded the file,  where I want to learn ho to rotate each brick only horizontally. which is only q6.  
thank you in advance
-- Dibash Adhikari
-- Architect, urban planner
-- Researcher in POSTECH
#2
Did you mean to attach a sample project?

If you are creating targets using the Python API you can set the joint values using the Joints call.
#3
Did you mean to attach a sample project?
--yes
If you are creating targets using the Python API you can set the joint values using the Joints call.
-- no, what I want to create is, I want to create a new target which is similar to previous with only Q6 is different.

another quick question.
when I use "robot.MoveJ(poseMatrix)"
and when i generate the robot program
it gives me moveabsj instead of MoveJ
how can I call for moveJ only?
i cannot call moveL because moveL always cause problem.
-- Dibash Adhikari
-- Architect, urban planner
-- Researcher in POSTECH
#4
nevermind, I solve the problem.
-- Dibash Adhikari
-- Architect, urban planner
-- Researcher in POSTECH
  




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