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Simulation stutter/problem
#1
Hey Guys! 

First of all thank you for this awesome program, I am slowly starting to see the huge opportunities that lies withinh. 

I am doing a simulation of palletizing, and I tried to follow the guide of the pick&place webinar that lies on youtube. But even though i tried to follow the webinar very carefully, I experience stutter on my conveyor. As if the processing power within the program or my computer isnt enough. 


You guys have any advice? I linked a video of the program running. 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-Mp8_I...8LpS_O9MSX

Regards AndersR.
#2
Hi Anders,

Thank you for your feedback. I'm not sure what can be causing this issue.

Are you using the conveyor as a mechanism or simulating it with Python?
Can you share your RDK project file? We may be able to help you better.

Albert
#3
(05-25-2020, 10:01 PM)Albert Wrote: Hi Anders,

Thank you for your feedback. I'm not sure what can be causing this issue.

Are you using the conveyor as a mechanism or simulating it with Python?
Can you share your RDK project file? We may be able to help you better.

Albert

Hi Albert, thx for your reply. 

I just used the simulation found in objects, should I try the other one?
I linked linked my project file:) 

Anders.
#4
(05-26-2020, 06:11 AM)AndersR Wrote:
(05-25-2020, 10:01 PM)Albert Wrote: Hi Anders,

Thank you for your feedback. I'm not sure what can be causing this issue.

Are you using the conveyor as a mechanism or simulating it with Python?
Can you share your RDK project file? We may be able to help you better.

Albert

Hi Albert, thx for your reply. 

I just used the simulation found in objects, should I try the other one?
I linked linked my project file:) 

.rdk   Setup_tm14.rdk (Size: 6.56 MB / Downloads: 75)
Anders.
#5
I have managed to find a work around it. Instead of using the simulation model that is provided in objects, I used the mechanism. Made a linear movement with a reference frame that moves and then just place my objects within this frame :)

No need to look further into it. Thx though.
#6
Hi AndersR,

In the Pick and Place webinar, I was using the Mechanism Conveyor as it's less power-hungry. The python one's start to be quite heavy as soon as you have 3-4 objects on the conveyor.

Jeremy
  




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