Posts by Shuraragi

    I've attempted to connect my PC to a KRC2 using an Ethernet cable. However, I'm unsure how to configure the LAN settings on the KRC2, as there are two LAN options (LAN1 and LAN2) on the XPe System. Unfortunately, I'm unable to access LAN2, and I've read that there's a LAN specifically used for VxWorks communication.

    I'm hesitant to make any changes to this LAN, as I'm unsure if it's safe to do so.

    Hello there! I've successfully installed Kukavarproxy on my KRC2, but I'm unsure about how to proceed with the networking setup.

    Specifically, I'm having trouble locating the NAT configuration settings to open the required port.

    To provide some context, I'm trying to establish a connection between a Windows 10 PC and the Kuka using an Ethernet cable. Any guidance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

    I require full real-time movement control of a robot using an external controller that sends signals (such as coordinates) to direct its movements.

    The robot does not need to make any decisions, only to move from Point A to Point B, for instance. However, Point A and Point B will continuously change in real-time, and the robot must respond instantly with minimal delay.

    In a closed loop system, for example, the arm will be "the output", and will react to changes.

    The RSI appears to be a promising solution for the "Sensor" component of my project, but I'm not sure if it can handle the "external controller" aspect as well.

    Can you provide more details on how I can use RSI for this purpose and what additional requirements I need to consider?

    Hello, I am new to the KUKA environment and my goal is to externally control a KUKA KR-16 with KRC2 in a closed-loop system.

    While I am not familiar with its capabilities beyond manual and automatic modes, the essence of my project is to enable an external controller to have full control over the movement of the arm. The external controller, which could be an STM32 or a similar device, would be able to process data from sensors and provide instructions to the KRC2 on how to move the arm.