the first one.
aren't true?
My three colleagues and I made the same.
the first one.
aren't true?
My three colleagues and I made the same.
then I would think that your theta2 is wrong (x0 and x1 are pointing in the same direction)
then I would think that your theta2 is wrong (x0 and x1 are pointing in the same direction)
My professor said to us that the angle θ2 is between x1 and x2 when rotating z1
And according to Wikipedia it says the same
I was a bit confused and you a right with theta 2.
One thing I do not understand
let's assume that q1 = 0 deg, then c1 = 1 and s1 = 0 => Pey = c1*(l3 + l6)
Whats about q4 (this angle would "change" the length of l6)
Why are you using c1?
Normally the rotation axis would be the z-axis (this is not the case for q4 and q5)
Do I miss something?
Sorry I forgot to mention that for convenience the professor told us to put the angles q4=q5=q6=0 in order to do inverse kinematics.
Whats about q1, q2 and q3?
To find them.
Sorry,
I asked for q1, q2 and q3 as shown in your drawing.
We must find the q1 q2 and q3 something like that
In acordance to your drawing you can not use the method described here (reason l3 and l6)
In order to help answer my previous questions and follow the suggestions
I think that found q1 q2 and q3.
I got rid of the lengths l5 l7 and l6 I did not need according to the following