# scarakins axis follow problem in -x and -y zone

03 Jan 2024 12:34 - 05 Jan 2024 19:21 #289653
by bkt

*scarakins axis follow problem in -x and -y zone*was created by

*bkt*

Hi at all,

on Lcnc 2.9.1 and scarakins standard ....

not understand why but I observe these never test before now: when reach x-500 y+1 position trought x-500 y-1 position in world mode I have an estop event ... think because these row inside kins foward:

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on Lcnc 2.9.1 and scarakins standard ....

not understand why but I observe these never test before now: when reach x-500 y+1 position trought x-500 y-1 position in world mode I have an estop event ... think because these row inside kins foward:

```
*iflags = 0;
if (joint[1] < 90)
*iflags = 1;
than in Inverse:
[code] /* joint 1 angle needed to make arm length match sqrt(rsq) */
cc = (rsq - D2*D2 - D4*D4) / (2*D2*D4);
if(cc < -1) cc = -1;
if(cc > 1) cc = 1;
q1 = acos(cc);
if (*iflags)
q1 = -q1;
but not understand why exactly seems x and c axis try to moove into undesired point (with estop obtain follow error on joint 0 and joint3 so X and C axis) ... these not happens in positive area +X and +Y or +X and -Y or -X and -Y ... only during moovement trought -Y to +Y if I'm on -X area ..... but is these logical? a3 or C axis not change angle during these motion from -n to +n or inverse ....
any suggestion is appreciate
p.s.:
axis limit for test is set to +6000mm and -6000
mm... but robot can reach only 900mm. joint limit is set to +720° and -720° so is not a limit problem ...
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Last edit: 05 Jan 2024 19:21 by bkt.

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05 Jan 2024 19:21 - 20 Jan 2024 22:18 #289891
by bkt

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seems a simply solution can be follow:

not tested on real machine for now ... only on openGL test windows.

regards

```
static int scaraKinematicsInverse(const EmcPose * world,
double * joint,
const KINEMATICS_INVERSE_FLAGS * iflags,
KINEMATICS_FORWARD_FLAGS * fflags)
{
double a3;
double q0, q1;
double xt, yt, xt1, yt1, rsq, cc;
double x, y, z, c;
x = world->tran.x;
y = world->tran.y;
z = world->tran.z;
c = world->c;
/* convert degrees to radians */
a3 = c * ( PM_PI / 180 );
/* center of end effector (correct for D6) */
xt = x - D6*cos(a3);
yt = y - D6*sin(a3);
xt1 = xt;
yt1 = yt;
/* horizontal distance (squared) from end effector centerline
to main column centerline */
rsq = xt*xt + yt*yt;
/* joint 1 angle needed to make arm length match sqrt(rsq) */
cc = (rsq - D2*D2 - D4*D4) / (2*D2*D4);
if(cc < -1) cc = -1;
if(cc > 1) cc = 1;
q1 = acos(cc);
if (*iflags)
q1 = -q1;
/* angle to end effector */
q0 = atan2(yt, xt);
/* end effector coords in inner arm coord system */
xt = D2 + D4*cos(q1);
yt = D4*sin(q1);
/* inner arm angle */
//q0 = q0 - atan2(yt, xt);
if((xt1<0) && (yt1>=0)){q0 = q0 - atan2(yt, xt) - 2*M_PI;}
else{q0 = q0 - atan2(yt, xt);}
/* q0 and q1 are still in radians. convert them to degrees */
q0 = q0 * (180 / PM_PI);
q1 = q1 * (180 / PM_PI);
joint[0] = q0;
joint[1] = q1;
joint[2] = D1 + D3 - D5 - z;
joint[3] = c - ( q0 + q1);
joint[4] = world->a;
joint[5] = world->b;
*fflags = 0;
return (0);
} // scaraKinematicsInverse()
```

not tested on real machine for now ... only on openGL test windows.

regards

Last edit: 20 Jan 2024 22:18 by bkt.

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20 Jan 2024 22:22 #291224
by bkt

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sorry seems I deleted the previous my answer by posting this new possible solution for -x & -y scara working zone, when end-point passes trought Y=0 ....

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23 Jan 2024 20:35 - 23 Jan 2024 20:52 #291462
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because i use reverse geometry of scara joint the file must be modify in these way:

(see txt file)

tested on my 950mm machine ... not tested on other machinery.

(see txt file)

tested on my 950mm machine ... not tested on other machinery.

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Last edit: 23 Jan 2024 20:52 by bkt.

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