Why choose Franka Emika robot system?

Franka Emika Robot System includes the Arm and its Control. The sensitive and agile Arm features 7 DOF with torque sensors at each joint, allowing adjustable stiffness/compliance and advanced torque control. It comes up with a payload of 3 kg, a reach of 855 mm and a workspace coverage of 94.5%.

How does Franka one work?

  • One connects to the internet and allows the robot to be programmed using a graphical programming interface. The other (10Gbps ethernet) can connect to a user’s computer and run real-time robot control code using UDP messages exchanged every millisecond — this is the Franka Control Interface (FCI).

What is the Franka-Emika Panda?

  • The Franka-Emika Panda is a high-performance 7DOF robot arm. It is produced by a Munich-based startup with a design heritage traceable to Germany’s DLR institute which also found its way into KUKA’s LWR robot series.

What is the use of the callback in Franka?

  • The callback can throw a franka::Exception if an error occurs at the control level and the .what () method indicates what went wrong. The examples so far have utilized a low-level velocity controller where the joints have high stiffness as is common in position-controlled robotics.

image-Why choose Franka Emika robot system?
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