denso_robot_ros: bcap_core | bcap_service | bcap_service_test | denso_robot_bringup | denso_robot_control | denso_robot_core | denso_robot_core_test | denso_robot_descriptions | denso_robot_gazebo | denso_robot_moveit_config

Package Summary

The denso robot ros stack constains libraries, configuration files, and ROS nodes for controlling a DENSO robot from ROS.

  • Maintainer status: developed
  • Maintainer: DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED <denso_robot_soft AT denso-wave.co DOT jp>
  • Author: DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED <denso_robot_soft AT denso-wave.co DOT jp>
  • License: MIT
  • Source: git https://github.com/DENSORobot/denso_robot_ros.git (branch: indigo-devel)
denso_robot_ros: bcap_core | bcap_service | bcap_service_test | denso_robot_bringup | denso_robot_control | denso_robot_core | denso_robot_core_test | denso_robot_descriptions | denso_robot_gazebo | denso_robot_moveit_config

Package Summary

The denso robot ros stack constains libraries, configuration files, and ROS nodes for controlling a DENSO robot from ROS.

  • Maintainer status: developed
  • Maintainer: DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED <denso_robot_soft AT denso-wave.co DOT jp>
  • Author: DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED <denso_robot_soft AT denso-wave.co DOT jp>
  • License: MIT
  • Source: git https://github.com/DENSORobot/denso_robot_ros.git (branch: kinetic-devel)

Status

Developmental

DEVELOPMENTAL: This status indicates that this software is not yet production ready code. The software has some level of unit-testing. There are known issues and missing functionality. The APIs are unstable but unlikely to change drastically. Use in production systems will likely require modifications including improvements and/or bug fixes. For more information see the ROS-Industrial software status page.

Overview

This stack contains packages that provide nodes for communication with DENSO Industrial robot controllers (RC8 and RC8A). It currently supports 4-Axis (SCARA) robots and 5-and 6-Axis robots. It provides an URDF model for VS060 and an associated MoveIt configuration package as a standard component. To control other robot types, see the ROSConverter page for creating the URDF model and the associated MoveIt configuration package.

Installation

The packages in the main repository have been released into ROS Indigo on Ubuntu, making installation through apt-get or synaptic possible. Other Linux distributions will have to build from source.

To install all released Indigo packages, run the following on the command line:

sudo apt-get install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-denso-robot-ros

Tutorials

See the Tutorials page for an overview of the available tutorials.

Report a Bug

Use GitHub to report bugs or submit feature requests. [View active issues]

Wiki: denso_robot_ros (last edited 2018-10-09 03:45:41 by ToshitakaSuzuki)