frame of reference with 6 DoFs. Trièdre orthogonal avec 6 degrès de liberté

by RoudCach Feb 23, 2017
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Very cool print! I also like that you used R, G & B as X, Y & Z. That means you can use it as a reference for the Robot Operating System.
I made something similar out of wood last week: https://tinkerings.org/2017/02/18/demonstration-ros-coordinate-frames/

Finally I learned that what they call A, B, C. They are the three rotations above!
U, V, W are translations parallele to the translations.
Won't go much further in design there.
For info, the choice of colours matches the triedron from Solidworks (bottom left cormer of each window)

i am also thinking of adding the A, B axis on a CAM machine but I am not familiar with them.
I will asks my collegues in Manufacturing.
Do u know anything about that?