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Trajectory or Targets mirroring
#1
Hello, can someone explain how is it possible to create a mirroring program or targets ? I did'nt found a such function to do it easely. Thank you so much
#2
Unfortunately, there is no function included in RoboDK to do path mirroring.

If you think it could be useful, you can add it in the "Request new features" section of the forum.

Depending on what feature of RoboDK you are using, it might be possible for you to implement something using the API.

If you are using a curve and the "Curve Follow Project" feature, you could simply use the API to switch the sign of one of the axis data.
For example, all X+ become X- to mirror with respect to the YZ plane.
These 2 examples should give you a good starting point:
https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...ve-normals
https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...ve-normals

Jeremy
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#3
Shoot at 45-degree angle then you will get the maximum distance
#4
I just learn that you can use the "Tool"->"Run Script" -> "ScaleXYZ" to mirror a path or a program.
Simply enter -1 on one of the axis.

Jeremhy
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