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@cmeaclem,

If, in Rviz, you navigate to the Motion Planning tab 'Scene Object' there is a window and button that lets you import a file. Once the file is loaded you can move your object in the world using the gui or imarkers and then save the config.

Hope this helps

@cmeaclem,

If, in Rviz, you navigate to the Motion Planning tab 'Scene Object' there is a window and button that lets you import a file. Once the file is loaded you can move your object in the world using the gui or imarkers and then save the config.

Hope this helps

Update: You can follow this to save the scene to the warehouse database. Then you can load from the same tab after launching. The connect button does need to be clicked a few times in order to connect and you may need to change the warehouse database path to save. From then on, you should just need to load the scene from the Motion Planning > Stored Scene tab.