By adlina.swift

When programming the robot you can choose different motion types. Two of them are linear motion and joint motion. Linear motion is much slower due to interpolation but it’s path is predictable while joint motion will follow the best dynamic path but the path is not predictable.

Some questions:

1. How do you integrate joint motion inside a program that has restricted work areas? Do you add additional point to reduce robot going away from intended path?

2. Will joint motion follow the same path between 2 points? Meaning if I define 2 points in space, program a joint motion between these 2 points is the robot going to follow the same path from first point to the second?

If you have any materials regarding this topic and willing to share please do so.
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