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Thread: No module named packaging
Post: RE: No module named packaging
Hello, Can you send us a snaphot of the error? Can you also send us the snapshot of connection log?
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Thread: setParam not effect via Python API
Post: RE: setParam not effect via Python API
Hello, You have to pick an item like Frame, which have other items, like Targets defined under it. The code works except the pause instruction. Pause is used for a Pause instruction in a program. Doc...
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Thread: Set roundings in Python - did not have any effect?
Post: RE: Set roundings in Python - did not have any eff...
Hello, You would have to use the following: robot.setRounding(100) Its needs to run as a method on an item of robot type. (ITEM_TYPE_ROBOT) or to add an instruction, you can run as a method on a pr...
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Thread: Request to add Denso VS-6556E/GM-B
Post: RE: Request to add Denso VS-6556E/GM-B
Hello Hiroe, The robot links are all separate. Can you send us a file where the robot is assembled and in home position?
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Thread: milling problem
Post: RE: milling problem
Hello, I am sending you the Post Processor in reply to email you sent me. You need to paste the PP in the Posts folder under C:\RoboDK\Posts It should work then.
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Thread: Control a robot by sending joint configuration (motors angles) J1->J6
Post: RE: Control a robot by sending joint configuration...
Hello, Using setJoints you can send the robot to any joint position. In your case, you can refer to the example here: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...rogram-xyz And you can use setJoints ...
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Thread: Create target from txt
Post: RE: Create target from txt
Hello Try changing the orientation angle order from the drop down menu, it should be X, Y, Z. Right now you are viewing: Z,Y',X''
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Thread: Daihen OTC post processor
Post: RE: Daihen OTC post processor
Hello Hiroe I fixed the issue with MoveC. If you can send us an email, I can send you the updated Post Processor. Generated Code for the station: Code:' Program generated by RoboDK v5.2.3 for Daih...
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Thread: Predeclare targets as variables in RAPID?
Post: RE: Predeclare targets as variables in RAPID?
Hello Tyler, We have done the required changes in the ABB Post Processor to have the targets declared as variables. Send us an email and we will send you the Post Processor.
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Thread: Creating robot programe
Post: RE: Creating robot programe
Hi, Can you elaborate? Although this link might be of help. https://robodk.com/doc/en/RoboDK-API.htm...oubleshoot
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Thread: Location of end-effector TCP
Post: RE: Location of end-effector TCP
Hi, In Python, PoseTool() will give you the position of TCP with respect to Robot Flange. I recommend you to go through the documentation here: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/robolink.html Cod...
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Thread: Robot Axis-1 rotation different in real and simulation
Post: RE: Robot Axis-1 rotation different in real and si...
Hi, If you download the data sheet for this robot, you can see the axis angles given. See attached pictures from the data sheet and RoboDK. For axis 1, Clockwise rotation is positive, just like that ...
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Thread: Simulate multiple part feeding
Post: RE: Simulate multiple part feeding
Hi, Simulation of multiple parts is best done by using the conveyor mechanism with relevant scripts along with a 'While' loop. I have attached an example demonstrating this. Make sure you update Robo...
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Thread: Creating Smooth Paths?
Post: RE: Creating Smooth Paths?
Hi This seems like a rounding issue. Without the use of rounding instruction, robot stops at each target point. Try changing that and see if you get a different result. Let us know if you get stuck. ...
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Thread: Target position does not match with path in Yumi's project
Post: RE: Target position does not match with path in Yu...
Hi, Thanks for writing in. If you go to robot parameters and then to Inverse Kinematics options, selecting 'Use Iterative Kinematics' should fix this issue. Find snapshot attached. Hope this helps.
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Thread: Using Attach
Post: RE: Using Attach
Hi, Thanks for writing in. You have to simply use the Attach Simulation Event twice, and go to the drop position, then Detach to Frame. Attached example demonstrates this. Hope this helps.
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Thread: Reference frame incremental loop for pick and place
Post: RE: Reference frame incremental loop for pick and ...
Hi, Thanks for writing in. I can see 2 reference frames (excluding the robot base). All targets are with respect to the 'Pallet' reference frame. 'Frame 3' is not being used. Can you elaborate your ...
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Thread: Problem simulating waitDI using API
Post: RE: Problem simulating waitDI using API
Hello Aimar, Thanks for writing in. RDK.waitDI() function cannot be used from the API, for the time being for simulation purposes. This is something we will definitely improve in the future. However, ...
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Thread: Function to get the pose of an object with respect to a given frame
Post: RE: Function to get the pose of an object with res...
Hi Martin, Thanks for writing in. That's a nice suggestion. You can use the below function: Code:def CalculatePoseFrame2Object(frame, part):     """Calculate the pose of any object with respect to a...
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