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TM5 and 2F-140 Force Feedback Application
#1
Hi,

I am trying to simulate a TM5 robot with a 2F-140 gripper to pick and assemble a component using force feedback and was wondering if the simulation of this process would be possible with RoboDK and then later to the actual robot outside simulation.
#2
With RoboDK you can output a nominal path programmed according to your 3D models. You should be able to simulate and program your TM robot to move along this nominal path. When you have a force/torque sensor you should enable the sensor to make the robot motion behave according to certain fine-tuned parameters, which trigger modifications to this nominal path.

Do you have more information about how the force/torque should be configured?
#3
(08-29-2022, 10:13 AM)Albert Wrote: With RoboDK you can output a nominal path programmed according to your 3D models. You should be able to simulate and program your TM robot to move along this nominal path. When you have a force/torque sensor you should enable the sensor to make the robot motion behave according to certain fine-tuned parameters, which trigger modifications to this nominal path.

Do you have more information about how the force/torque should be configured?

No, I am not so sure how to complete the task as I am not familiar with coding or the software. The specificity of the task involves fitting a tube held by the gripper into 2 brackets as seen below in the image with the starting positions being randomised with slight offsets of +/-10mm in 6 DOF.


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#4
Any updates or help on this?
#5
How you program the TM robot depends on the sensor you use.

Do you have any documentation related to the sensor? Do you have any program examples?
  




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