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duckParticipantJune 30, 2018 at 12:26 amPost count: 49
Thank you for your response and further suggestions.
My Niryo One is now caught in an infinite loop trying to recalibrate. It it unable to successfully calibrate itself using either the automatic process or through the manual “Set offset by hand” process using Niryo One Studio.
This video shows what happens after I power up and press the button on top of the base to initiate calibration.
As you can see in the video, the robot sits for a while after attempting calibration (the period it sits inactive with the fans running after each calibration attempt seems a bit longer than after a successful calibration). The robot attempts calibration again repeatedly.
In the video above, I press the button on the base again for several seconds until the light on the back of the base turns purple, then I wait until the red on the back switches to red (I was able to confirm that it switched to red).
Would you please offer some advice about diagnosing why this is happening and correcting the problem. At this point, I am unable to make further demos of the robot.
The behavior is the same using Niryo One Studio to initiate the calibration. There are no errors shown in the Application Logs pane (just a cRaspberry Pi Temperature currently shows as 55 degrees C; there are no other messages of consequence either in the Application Logs or Hardware Status panes when attempting calibration from Niryo One Studio instead of using the button on top of the base.
Here is a screen shot of the Application Logs pane after attempting to calibrate the robot both using the button on top of the base and separately after a power down and power up using Niryo One Studio:
I would very much appreciate your assistance.duckParticipantJune 18, 2018 at 7:55 pmPost count: 49
Thank you for the feedback and encouragement, Eduoard.duckParticipantJune 18, 2018 at 7:23 pmPost count: 49
Thank you for your answers to my questions.
1 – Comments will be a welcome addition in v2.0. I found a temporary solution to help organize long sequences. I’m using DO loops with repeats of 0 and 1 times to enclose individual sequences and correct minor location deviations at runtime.
2 – That’s an interesting idea and I will look into it. I also see I can break out of DO loops, so I’ll see what I can concoct to accomplish early termination of a sequence.
3 – I have confirmed the COPY and PASTE do NOT work in the SHOW pane using Niryo One Studio on Mac OS Sierra. I’m thinking that I probably need to copy the Python or XML files from the Raspberry PI either by removing the SD card or logging into it from my PC.duckParticipantJune 14, 2018 at 8:09 amPost count: 49
Thank you for your feedback and ideas.
I will think about combining the 4 sequences that make up this demo into a single sequence. One of the reasons that I did not initially is that in order to make minor changes and correct for slight differences in positioning of the arm for pickup and dropping of the objects, it was a lot easier to deal with separate sequences.
Another issue is that Niryo One Studio lacks copy and paste functionality. I have found that I can copy and paste individual commands, but am not able to select multiple commands within a sequence to copy. Sometime moving commands in a sequence can also be a bit challenging.
I think that I should be able to combine each of the current 4 sequences by selecting each of the individuals on the Sequences tab and selecting “Open Sequence in Niryo Blocks”.
I have a number of questions and observations based on my initial experiences with Niryo One Studio. For the time being I will post separately in the “How To” section of the forum three questions that concern your idea of combining the four sequences in this demo into a single sequence.
I would very much appreciate some additional advice and answers to these questions.duckParticipantJune 13, 2018 at 5:15 amPost count: 49
Thanks for sharing your idea. I think the new forum sections should be a good place for us to share ideas and experience.
Should I post questions about development using Niryo One Studio in the new developers section that you created? Or do they belong in another place in the forums?duckParticipantApril 30, 2018 at 9:06 pmPost count: 49