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How do i get the dimensions of an object in the RoboDK environment?
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I am trying to interface MATLAB and RoboDK, and I need to read the environment object dimensions and pose from RoboDK. While I was able to figure out how to read the pose of an Item in the env, I am not sure how to find out the dimensions of an obstacle in the environment (lets say a table).

Is there a method in the Robolink API that does this? Please let me know. Apologies if the answer to this is very straightforward, I might have missed it.

Thanks,
Shubham
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Hi Shubham,

You can use Item.setParam('BoundingBox').
Note that the results are absolute.

Sam
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