I don't think so, unless your sensor is using the same port and and data are being sent under the same format. But the code is included in the template so you can modify it for your own use.
Today I want to share with you a project we worked on that require high precision to pick and place tiny object. The part are tiny nuts that need to be detect by the camera and pick by the gripper. The robot then need to insert the nut in a chuck with only 0.5mm of clearance. The camera couldn’t locate precisely enough the orientation at such precision level.
We used a trick to give the part the right orientation before the insertion in the chuck. By sliding the nut on an edge, we give the nuts a precise orientation and can then insert it in the chuck with ease.
Watch the process in the following video :
Note that the part is below the require minimum 10% field of view but still can be detected. If you aren’t sure application is well suited for our product, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to help.
Would you be interested in streaming your data from your Force Torque Sensor directly on a CSV file as shown in the video below?
If so, it’s possible with this trick! Learn how by downloading this program template here.
I want to share with you a video that shows you how to program with multiple grippers. We simulate a machine tending application with 2 grippers on a UR5. See it for yourself how easy it is to program with multiple grippers using our new URCap.
Need help setting this up? Watch our video on how to install the multi-gripper feature.
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