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Run on Robot - KUKA robot collides with itself

#1
Hi team I´m new in robotic and I am working with a Kuka KR10 R900 sixx robot connected to a KRC4 Compact controller. I have made the connection of the robot to RoboDk without problems according to the instructions indicated on the website through the kuka api. The problem is that every time I want to run a program, with the robot connected with RoboDk, no matter how simple it is, the robot ends up going to the zero of the base and colliding with itself. I already tried with change the options on the drivers about Provide Cartesian coordinates with respect to the reference.  I attach an Screen of the a simple program that I'm trying to run, the $config file and RoboDKsync35.src that I'm using. I hope you can help me.

Thank you!


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#2
The synchronization file you are using is quite outdated. You should contact us directly to obtain the correct driver files for KUKA controllers:
https://robodk.com/contact
#3
(08-16-2023, 10:46 AM)Albert Wrote: The synchronization file you are using is quite outdated. You should contact us directly to obtain the correct driver files for KUKA controllers:
https://robodk.com/contact

Thank you! I'll do it and I'll give you a feedback.
#4
(08-16-2023, 10:46 AM)Albert Wrote: The synchronization file you are using is quite outdated. You should contact us directly to obtain the correct driver files for KUKA controllers:
https://robodk.com/contact

Hello, I already tried to test with the newest drivers and I still have the same problem. I recorded a video that may help clarify the problem.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/1nfR9eszcYPBsS3v7
#5
I understand this is a different issue compared to previous versions?
Does it work well if you use joint movement commands?

You should follow these steps to isolate the reference frame used in RoboDK vs the one defined in your controller:
https://robodk.com/doc/en/Robots-KUKA.ht...ADriverExt

You should also modify the synchronization SRC file to use the same base frame so you rely on the target position.
  




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