Hi chris, i would like ask you something, based on you said , I need to
figure out how my elbow angle is moved in function to my base angle, and
after this i will need to add this function to my kinematics file, in that
case i would be using the DH parameters so, i should modificate genserkins,
shouldn't I?
do you have maybe some file which can help me about this function?

El jue., 21 de mar. de 2019 a la(s) 14:15, Chris Albertson (
albertson.ch...@gmail.com) escribió:

> I think what you have is a circular link.    That means a
> parallelogram type geometry.      I have a robot arm like this too but mine
> is MUCH smaller and lower cost.
> Mine is nearly identical to this arm on Amazon.
> .amazon.com/Blesiya-Professional-Aluminum-Mechanical-Educational
> <
> https://www.amazon.com/Blesiya-Professional-Aluminum-Mechanical-Educational/dp/B07LCNBJJL/ref=sr_1_16?keywords=6dof+arm&qid=1553194112&s=gateway&sr=8-16
> >
> Notice that these are two motors on the shoulder and the "elbow" is pushed
> by a link.  I think we have the same geometries, except for scale.
> The way to model it using DH is to re-draw the robot arm.   Make a paper
> drawing of an equivalent arm that has a motor on each axis and no
> circular links and no passive links.    You WILL need to transform the
> shaft angle of the moved motor.
> I don't use MK for this.  I like "move it" but still DH parameters really
> only work for serial links so the trick is to model your arm as a serial
> link arm, just pretend the elbow motor is on that elbow and it's shaft
> angle is a function of the base motor shaft angle.   This geometry is VERY
> common and yes there are names for it but most people call them palletizing
> robots.    THese robots need to lift heavy loads, like bags of dog food off
> belts and place them on wood pallets so the motors are plased in the base
> and force transmitted to push rods.   Most are only 4-DOF   A Google search
> for "palletizing robot kinematics" will ,give tons of information.    But
> "cheating" works.  Remove the pushlinks and move the motor and make DH
> parms for that.  The later "fix" the elbow motor shaft angle. .
> The arm in the above link is like mine in that it uses model airplane
> servos.   These are very inaccurate and are open loop.   So the plan is to
> close the control loop with a video cameras.  This is not something MK was
> designed for hence using Moveit. moveit.ros.org    Then I find I need to
> sychronize the video shutters so that is on hold for now.
> On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 6:45 AM yomin estiven jaramillo munera <
> yejm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >  Hi guys is me again, our kinematics problem have progressed, this is
> > because we are sure that our D-H  parameters were correctly extracted,
> but
> > seems that our robot couldn't be defined with this parameters.
> > I'm saying this 'cause our robot is a miller MR 2000  and is very old, it
> > is moving how you can see in the follow link
> >
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp0gVXj5u-I&feature=youtu.be
> >
> > the D-H parameters could define the kinematics but when a joint depend of
> > the before one, but in this case our joint 2 is not changing the
> > orientation of our joint 3. The joint 2 is able to change the position on
> > the space of the final tool, but is unable to change its orientation on
> the
> > space. this kinematics is obviously very different to PUMA kinematics and
> > we are doubting about DH parameters can solve this.
> > is there any name for this kind of kinematics?
> > could i solve this using D-H parameters?
> > could i solve this using genserkins?
> > All my axes are set like angular joint, could that involved in a possible
> > solution?
> >
> > <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp0gVXj5u-I&feature=youtu.be>
> >
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