Posts by josuevivash

    Hello Carlos,


    Indeed that it's steep. The fact that you can program different Robot brands it's why I chose RoboDK. ROS seems to be hard to digest, to be honest, I tried and they need a team of 1000 UX designers.


    Interestingly, one thing is coding in Python and another is Coding specifically for a RoboDK integration.
    I had to concentrate in learning to use RoboDK before focusing on Python code for applications.


    So far I've been sharing few tips in here:

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    Hello everyone,


    I'm learning to use RoboDK and on the way, I'm posting some videos on Youtube when I "discover"/learn something new that I consider that might help others.


    You will find short videos starting from how to fix messy paths between targets or how to configure Scli3r to 3D Print with RoboDK. I plan to keep expanding the video playlist.
    There is no particular order in the videos, It's more about how keeping a video blog of the learning process.


    You can have a look here:

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    If you have any question, drop a comment on the video and I may be able to help by recording a 5 minutes video if I find the answer. :beerchug:



    Josue

    Hello Community,


    I decided to start learning industrial robotics and coding and the community might be able to help. My background is in mechanical design and manufacturing.


    During 2018 I will focus learning industrial robots and some API integration in my spare time (like 300-400 hours in one year), all this with the sole propose to build the skills to start my own business around 2020. Industrial robots are amazing to prototype technologies.


    I found few potential paths, please advise me here if I'm wrong:


    1. RoboDK + RoboDK API (Python)
    I like RoboDK, very easy to use, integrates machining and the best open source 3D printing slicer (FDM).


    2. ABB RobotStudio + RoboStudio SDK (C#)
    Tons of tools.
    Note: I don't know if the free basic license will be useful to learn how to simulate and create add-ins for specific functionality with my code.


    3. Ros Industrial + C++
    Note: never try it, but willing to move to Linux on a virtual machine. :hammer1:



    Please keep in mind that there are several other simulation/robot-programming software out there, but I'm focusing on a platform that will let me learn with a free license and let me experiment with my own code. Please feel free to add other platforms that fulfill these requirements.


    Let's start the conversation,


    Josue Vivas

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