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Robot path
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Hi, i have a python programme which generates the robot programme, but the generated paths are weird, and the robot does a lot of unnecesarry 180 degree turns etc. I have added a short video of the problem(sry for low resolution forgot to change it, there should be no 180 deg turrning of the part, or the unnecesary rotation of robot joints. When i run the program directly from python without generating a new program first everything goes smoothly
#2
Your target configurations are not set properly it seems.

Is python just generating the program or is it generating the target too?

Jeremy
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#3
(05-05-2021, 06:11 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Your target configurations are not set properly it seems.

Is python just generating the program or is it generating the target too?

Jeremy

python is generating the targets aswell. when i execute the movements inside the same python script using robot.MoveJ(some targets), everything works perfectly, but when i create a new program, and generate the instructuons inside it using program.MoveJ(some targets) so i can run it later, it does this weird stuff
#4
Can you provide the .RDK station with the code?
Or even better, a simplified version of the station creating the issue and the code related?

Jeremy
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