go to X () Y () Z () in () ms

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Go to X () Y () Z () in () ms block is a stack block available in Robotic Arm extension for evive and other Arduino boards. This block moves the robotic arm’s end-effector to the specified X, Y, and Z position in the specified time.

Input Parameters

  1. X-axis position for the robotic arm.
  2. Y-axis position for the robotic arm.
  3. Z-axis position for the robotic arm.
  4. Time to travel the entered position in ms.
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Note: This block is available in both Stage and Upload mode.

Example

Here, in the given script, the robotic arm will move to one position, wait there for a while and then move to another position.

  1. Define PWM pins for the servos connected.
  2. The robotic arm will forever move between the two positions i.e. go to point 1, wait there for 2 seconds, go to point 2, again wait there for 2 seconds and return back to point 1.

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Note: Before working with the Robotic Arm, we need to calibrate the robotic arm. To calibrate the robotic arm, click here.

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