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Thread: XBOX controller
Post: RE: XBOX controller
Hi Rick, You should see status updates in the status bar of RoboDK (bottom of the screen). By default, movements are blocked when the joint configuration changes to avoid unexpected movements (elbow ...
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Thread: XBOX controller
Post: RE: XBOX controller
Hi Rick, If you have a somewhat calibrated TCP in RoboDK, you can toggle between translation and rotation by pressing the left joystick. At the time of this post, the mappings are:Use the right trig...
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Thread: XBOX controller
Post: RE: XBOX controller
Hello! I'm glad you are using the Xbox Controller App, I'm sure you will find it convenient for your applications. The source code and the app is available in our GitHub repository, here: https://git...
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Thread: VR Jittering with RoboDK
Post: RE: VR Jittering with RoboDK
Hi Romain, Are you experiencing this issue even with a very simple station (only a robot from our library, for instance)? Can you attach the station you are using if that is not the case?
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Thread: Robotiq Wrist Camera
Post: RE: Robotiq Wrist Camera
Hi Aaron, Are you planning on driving the robot and processing images from RoboDK during production? If not, RobotiQ have a few algorithms that can run natively on the UR.  Take a look at their downl...
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Thread: Box Color Sorting
Post: RE: Box Color Sorting
I'm glad you were able to achieve your goals with no programming experience using RoboDK. This is what we aim for! I see you are using one pixel at the image centre to get the colour. In reality, the...
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Thread: Box Color Sorting
Post: RE: Box Color Sorting
Nice job! You can save parameters to the station (or an item) and reuse them in other program calls, see: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/robo...k.setParam For instance, you could run your Color...
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Thread: Could I simulate the joint movements of a UR robot through Python?
Post: RE: Could I simulate the joint movements of a UR r...
You can find some examples in our Python documentation, available here: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...l#examples For instance, this example synchronizes three robots using the Python API...
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Thread: Bug or Settings Issue - RobotPacksParts
Post: RE: Bug or Settings Issue - RobotPacksParts
I was able to run your program using the latest version of RoboDK without any issues (5.3.0). You can download the latest version of RoboDK here: https://robodk.com/download
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Thread: image recognition
Post: RE: image recognition
This is a very interesting OpenCV/TensorFlow project! We plan on adding similar examples in our Python documentation, which can be found here: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...l#examples If...
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Thread: Attach an aggregate (3D Model) to a robot arm
Post: RE: Attach an aggregate (3D Model) to a robot arm
You can attach objects to a robot link using this example: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...robot-link
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Thread: Box Color Sorting
Post: RE: Box Color Sorting
Hi Manisan, We added some OpenCV examples in our Python documentation that you might find useful, see: https://robodk.com/doc/en/PythonAPI/exam...-detection OpenCV has a nice tutorial on colour segm...
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Thread: External application
Post: RE: External application
You can start RoboDK with the -NOUI argument to have it run in the background. More information here: https://robodk.com/doc/en/RoboDK-API.html#CommandLine
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Thread: No accelerations included for Mecademic postprocessor?
Post: RE: No accelerations included for Mecademic postpr...
Hi Marteen, We added a section for Mecademic in our online documentation, where you can find more information related to the Meca500 and RoboDK. https://robodk.com/doc/en/Robots-Mecadem...#Mecademic...
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Thread: Where to start as a beginner?
Post: RE: Where to start as a beginner?
One of the main advantage of Python is its ease of adoption and its supportive community. You will find plenty of tutorials online to get the basics. I invite you to take a look at our Python documen...
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Thread: Get Python file directory in Python
Post: RE: Get Python file directory in Python
(10-05-2021, 07:59 PM)JobdV Wrote: Hi! I am trying to get the directory in which my Python program is saved. However, using the following code, I always get back the AppData/Local/Temp folder. Is i...
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Thread: Jog real robot using RoboDK
Post: RE: Jog real robot using RoboDK
(10-04-2021, 03:35 PM)mamara Wrote: That's good, I got it, now I can jog the real robot with RoboDK software I saw on Youtube that somebody was able to use an Xbox controller to jog the robot, I wo...
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Thread: 2D camera
Post: RE: 2D camera
You can look for commercially available cameras (such as Cognex), image processing libraries (such as Matrox), or OpenCV if you want to implement your custom image processing algorithms. We added an ...
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Thread: Hand-Eye calibration of wrist-mounted RGB-D camera
Post: RE: Hand-Eye calibration of wrist-mounted RGB-D ca...
If someone is looking for a way to programmatically determine the camera pose in RoboDK, we added an example of camera pose estimation using OpenCV and ChAruCo board in our Python examples, see https:...
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Thread: Targeting from Camera Intel d435 Realsense
Post: RE: Targeting from Camera Intel d435 Realsense
If someone is looking for a way to programmatically determine the camera pose in RoboDK, we added an example of camera pose estimation using OpenCV and ChAruCo board in our Python examples, see https:...
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