Tagged: component modeling
- 13/03/2019 at 10:30 #12870
hey，I want to create a component similar to the Works Robot Controller，but I hope it can directly control the gripper to perform tasks such as pick and place.
Can anyone help me, thank you.013/03/2019 at 22:29 #12902
Hello! Do you want to create a component to act as a gripper? Explain a bit the problem to be solved, and the what instruments you have to do so.
Cheers!015/03/2019 at 05:15 #12925
I am not trying to create a gripper, but I want to create a component that controls the gripper, just like a robotic hand and can write tasks like a robot controller.
Cheers!1+18/03/2019 at 11:43 #12888
I recommend you to define kinematics and add Task signal that lets you to receive signals from works task manager . Thus you will be able to manage your system via machine process task.
If you specifically want to use a works robot manager, you can define an interface to attach actual robot manager and this will let to manage your robot .
I hope this will give you an idea .1+18/03/2019 at 22:27 #12978
Yeah. I got that.
You can model a box and call it “Robot_Controller”.
Define input and output signals as boolean behaviors. Also, create properties. After that, write a python script that controls this new component, based on the input signals and properties. This component will act as a mediator.
You can get the behaviors/properties of any component in the layout using the “Robot_Controller” python script. Then do what you want with that component you just got.
I attached a component for you to start developing.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.2+25/07/2019 at 16:44 #15881
hello i’m a the primary user of this software, and i want to add a booleansignal to control the robot start to work or stop work, but i don’t know how to modify the Python, and how to realize it025/07/2019 at 16:50 #15891
See this tutorial at Academy for starters:
But for use case as that simple I would just program the robot. Use Wait for binary input statement etc.0
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