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Thread: How to make a program fully automated?
Post: RE: How to make a program fully automated?
Hallo Jeremy, Thx for your answer, I had considered using the "MoveJ_Test" command in the Python API from the beginning. But I didn't know the joint values for the robot to reach these targets (J2)....
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Thread: How to make a program fully automated?
Post: How to make a program fully automated?
Hello! Here's a question about the execution of the RoboDK motion program. When the robot's target point is not reached or there is a collision in the middle, the program will simply report an error...
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Thread: Reverse generation of RoboDK runnable Python programs?
Post: RE: Reverse generation of RoboDK runnable Python p...
(05-03-2021, 06:40 PM)Albert Wrote: Hi Van, Yes, we have this option in RoboDK. You should use this post processor: Quine This will create Python code that can recreate the original program. Albe...
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Thread: Reverse generation of RoboDK runnable Python programs?
Post: Reverse generation of RoboDK runnable Python progr...
Hello,  A question about the Python API that I didn't find in the guide. I know it is possible to create Python programs and program them in an editor and finally execute them on RoboDK. So does Rob...
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Thread: Can RoboDK simulate the internal changes of an object?
Post: Can RoboDK simulate the internal changes of an obj...
Hallo, I would like to ask a question about the functionality of the software. Here is an example: A robot cell in the simulation contains a laser working head with a fiber optic system that acts as...
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Thread: Questions about robot workspace
Post: Questions about robot workspace
Hello, dear Jeremy, I would like to ask 2 questions about the robot workspace. 1. We know that the working space of the robot can be shown by the "*". Here take the KUKA KR16-2 as an example: If the...
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Thread: How to limit tool coordinates in collision-free motion planner?
Post: How to limit tool coordinates in collision-free mo...
Hi, Jeremy As the simulation progressed, I found another problem. Since the robot's axis coordinate range is very large, the collision-free planner is based on the Joint axis jog. The following vari...
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Thread: How to find the actual working space of the robot?
Post: RE: How to find the actual working space of the ro...
(11-30-2020, 08:07 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Hi Van, Regarding your last question, make sure that you actually verify collision with the tool by opening the collision map. Follow this link for more detai...
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Thread: How to find the actual working space of the robot?
Post: How to find the actual working space of the robot?
Hi, RoboDK team I want to use software to find out the actual working range of the robot in the workstation. After the construction completed, I know that the robot's working range can be viewed by ...
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Thread: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2 to the Library ?
Post: RE: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2...
(10-12-2020, 01:06 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Hi Van,  The step one is very suited for this purpose.  I already split it for you. (look at the attachment) You just need to follow the tutorial starting from ...
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Thread: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2 to the Library ?
Post: RE: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2...
(10-08-2020, 03:52 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Hi Van. You need to have the 3D model of the robot to be able to add it to the robot library. The supported file format are: Step, Iges and STL. You can see h...
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Thread: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2 to the Library ?
Post: Is it possible to add the model of Kuka kr15/2 to ...
Hello, RoboDK team I am a student and participating in a robot simulation related project. Now I need to use RoboDK to import related models, but I found that the robot I used is a very old model cal...
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