Background of project: I put together a PhantomX turret and have an OpenCM9.04 B attached to control it. The 9.04 receives serial commands over hardware
First time picking up an object with my 3D printed robotic arm.
This arm is inspired in design by the KUKA LBR (but not nearly as sturdy or capable
Greetings MW people, I come in peace.
So, recently Tyberius posted a plea for community help on various projects surrounding Mech Warfare.
it seems the python code to evaluate the lidar-checksum is not working, anybody has a C code to evaluate the checksum ?
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
Arduino Software Setup
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I've had really bad experience with SerialUSB. Specifically, if you write too much at once, or if you try to write more than a little bit when there is
With the switch connecting only the positive side of the SMPS/battery, there should be no difference between grounds to cause the USB device to reset/disconnect
Ah, thank you for the insight Tician and for clarifying the proper usage of setting goal speed in joint mode. I just found the documentation as well on
I love a well-produced arm shell like that! It looks very neat.
I had completely forgotten about Seeed's PCB service; decent pricing for large-ish boards in smaller quantities. All the PCB costs were based on OSH
1024 is an invalid speed value for joint mode, and is CCW at speed of zero for wheel mode (bit 10 is direction, bits 0~9 are speed; so, 0~1023 are valid
Okay, I found the problem. I removed the following portions of code:
I have a csharp code, it's easy to port to C.
private static bool IsValidChecksum(byte data, int initialOffset,
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My name is Tiago, I'm from New Jersey, c#, c++ software developer by day, hobby roboticist by night or everything else (ROS,
Did also find by putting in a "Serial.println " into the loop section of the PincherTest sketch I could upload without having the Serial Monitor