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Thread: Robot holds work - how to approach
Post: RE: Robot holds work - how to approach
.....reading between the lines so to speak. It appears RoboDK is not much interested in the type of machine as much as it just reads the code and plots a path suitable for "your" robot and it's setup ...
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Thread: Robot holds work - how to approach
Post: Robot holds work - how to approach
I am wanting to use my robot to carve soft material such as a urethane foam block. Since I do not have a turn table it seems I could accomplish the task if the robot holds the block and moves it again...
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Thread: Slice my work into chunks, ouch! (collision)
Post: RE: Slice my work into chunks, ouch! (collision)
Thank you Albert! click here, adjust there and boom it works. Thank you! ...now I have to learn what these settings mean, off to read!
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Thread: stationary tool project
Post: RE: stationary tool project
Ah, a rotating table.....That we do not have but other than the additional complexity of "Robot holding part" it should not be a problem for the robot to manipulate the part. The stock the robot will ...
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Thread: Slice my work into chunks, ouch! (collision)
Post: Slice my work into chunks, ouch! (collision)
Following Jeremy's example in "Robot Wood Milling - Remote TCP - Alphacam & RoboDK" I have set up a test simulation of a robot holding the work piece and moving against a stationary tool. Just a s...
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Thread: stationary tool project
Post: stationary tool project
Our class is looking at a sculpture project, life size statue. I had been thinking about how to accomplish this for some time and I think I have a path that will work.  If we mount a spindle/router w...
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Thread: getting started - create robot
Post: RE: getting started - create robot
Thanks Jeremy; next question, if I go to the trouble to create a 3d rendering of my robot, how do I "attach" it to the kinematic robot I created in RoboDK? Keshka
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Thread: getting started - create robot
Post: getting started - create robot
Hi folks! Happy to find RobotDK and I am pretty sure it will meet my needs. Since my older robot, a Nachi SA160F is not included in the library, I am trying to create it. I tried following the instruc...
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