I'm new to everything robotics but I've spent this entire day researching Trossen Servo motors but my research is inconclusive given
Can I ask a question about how the RadToServo function work in nuke code? We are using nuke code for hexapod phantom X MarkII. The
I have a Robotics Premium hexapod and am converting from the CM-530 to an arbotix-M controller. The goal is to have an autonomous robot. To do this well,
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
Mostly a placeholder to kind of force me to move on this project too: I have written a full Dynamixel-1.0-compatible lib to make devices.
Hello everyone! I'm a bit new to this and find myself getting in waaaay over my head... I want to build a device that can scan and find plastic discs
I'm trying to get me to build this arm. And all I have is a clue, no other knowledge about robotics. I've had the idea for a very long time but can't
Who is trying to get you to build this arm? I ask because it sounds like you know next to nothing of anything involved in its design and manufacture,
No there's a link in that page which gives nuke code. I am not pretty sure where exactly do we find our nuke code but it's in that Mark-II phantom X product
Depending on the accuracy you are after, you could use cheap linear actuators to do this. They certainly have the torque - not sure about the millions
The thing is, I have to hold the cost of the entire arm to under a thousand dollars. And a lot less for the prototype. For the prototype, what if I were
3 feet of reach for 3 pounds is a lot of torque. To hold that without overload, you'd need a servo capable of 60 N.m of max torque (12.2 N.m of full-duty-cycle
RAD_TO_SERVO_RESOLUTION is defined in tools->NukeEditor.py at about line 503 and is invoked only when modifying the template files into the arduino
No... Just No. What you are looking for is an industrial robotic arm, and nothing in the trossen shop qualifies for that except maybe the Dynamixel Pro
You are using the phoenix code? The page you linked is to the phoenix code not nuke code.
We are using nuke code from http://learn.trossenrobotics.com/10-...enix-code.html and I realize