Servo Force Curve



  • Would it be possible to get a bit of explanation, with regard to the parameters associated with the servo forceCurve.
    Specifically, what effects the dampening, h, m, maxRate, and torque have on the performance?
    Trying to tune the small robot arms, to stop the robots from flying away when the gripper contacts the ground.


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  • @Tom.Stanko said in Servo Force Curve:

    Would it be possible to get a bit of explanation, with regard to the parameters associated with the servo forceCurve.
    Specifically, what effects the dampening, h, m, maxRate, and torque have on the performance?
    Trying to tune the small robot arms, to stop the robots from flying away when the gripper contacts the ground.

    @Tom-Stanko,

    Assuming you're asking about the LeverArmServo (http://wiki.anvelsim.com/2/index.php/ANVELProperties#Servo#LeverArmServo), we actually haven't used this servo type in any of the arms that we've modelled recently - we tend to stick with linear and angular servos, which may be more robust. I can send you the code snippet that explains the LeverArmServo if you'd like - however if you goal is to increase stability of the arm system, it might be better to adjust the ODE contact correction factors, or disable ground collisions entirely (unless that's an important effect for your simulation).

    Regards,
    The ANVEL Team


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