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The target position will change automatically when I set a large value
#1
I creat a 1 axis robot,I hope it can rotate all the time.
So I set the maxmium value(-999999°).
After I teach the current position,when I click the target again,it will automatically change to a value within 1800°.(I set -999999,it changes to -1719)
I don't know how to solve it.


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#2
Can you provide your RoboDK project file?

You should use joint targets to make sure it moves to your recorded joint position.
#3
(08-12-2022, 07:34 AM)Albert Wrote: Can you provide your RoboDK project file?

You should use joint targets to make sure it moves to your recorded joint position.

yes,
Even I use joint targets,it is same satuation.you can check my project file.


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#4
looking forward your reply,thanks
#5
(08-12-2022, 07:34 AM)Albert Wrote: Can you provide your RoboDK project file?

You should use joint targets to make sure it moves to your recorded joint positionh
Hello,did you check my file? It still can't work...
#6
The default behavior is that when you click on a target (single left click) the robot or mechanisms will make a linear move to that target. This means it will take the shortest path to match the Cartesian position. This happens even if your target is a joint target.

When you double click on target it will move to the same joint values you used to teach the target.

You can create a program like you did to move to the 2 targets so the axis keeps spinning within your desired range.
  




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