How to get the grab function without robot?

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    I am  new with Visual Components and simulate the grab process .I have seen some suggestion of the similar problem and try to use the “component container ” ( also like container.grab ) combined “servo” to  solve the problem.

    my problem

    the vacuum gripper can move with two joints  like but the gripper can not catch the test sample and move together.

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    Do you have the Component Container behavior on the vacuum gripper joint (assuming it is the last link/joint)?

    Also check that the part variable points correctly to an vcComponent. Insert “print part” before grabbing the part, you will see that a vcComponent object should be printed in the output window.

    P.S.It is advised that you use one servo controller per component. You can create multiple joints per servo controller. I noticed by your code that you have 1 servo controller per joint, this is not optimal in big layouts with a lot of components.




    Hi Frank,

    please check out a new wizard:

    Typical problem when grabbing a component to a container, is to detect the correct (dynamic) component instance. Robots and the wizard above is utilizing collision detector for that purpose. Another simpler approach is to use  ComponentPathSensor, if possible.

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