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Universal Robots UR10

Hi,

I'm running two UR10s and am having trouble with reading the feedback from the robots over the network through Python. I am looking for the author(s) of the UR5 ROS driver as I have some pretty urgent questions regarding interpreting the received network packets. To begin with, I need to be able to extract the joint positions of the URs via a Python script. I've been looking over the UR5 driver code for ROS, but it is unclear where this exchange exactly happens. In return, I could help with extending the ROS definition to UR10s by testing them, if that sounds interesting.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks,

Tom Svilans

Universal Robots UR10

Hi,

I'm running two UR10s and am having trouble with reading the feedback from the robots over the network through Python. I am looking for the author(s) of the UR5 ROS driver as I have some pretty urgent questions regarding interpreting the received network packets. To begin with, I need to be able to extract the joint positions of the URs via a Python script. I've been looking over the UR5 driver code for ROS, but it is unclear where this exchange exactly happens. In return, I could help with extending the ROS definition to UR10s by testing them, if that sounds interesting.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks,

Tom Svilans

Universal Robots UR10

Hi,

I'm running two UR10s and am having trouble with reading the feedback from the robots over the network through Python. I am looking for the author(s) of the UR5 ROS driver as I have some pretty urgent questions regarding interpreting the received network packets. To begin with, I need to be able to extract the joint positions of the URs via a Python script. I've been looking over the UR5 driver code for ROS, but it is unclear where this exchange exactly happens. In return, I could help with extending the ROS definition to UR10s by testing them, if that sounds interesting.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks,

Tom Svilans