First of all, thank you for implementing this wonderful project and moving forward with us as open source code.
I was in a robot business with my students that we could produce in Turkey. Taste! He developed Thor in front of me.
The fact that it was affordable and that it had a guide, although it might seem a bit complicated, attracted us to this project.
I am not experimenting with RoboDK software during robotic studies, I am currently researching the program in demo version. in robot arms. I think it would do wonders for Thor to have this library. We can simulate program movements and print them as gcode.
Actually RoboDK to our own roboto. There are 4 experiences for this (to try for now).
1- Thor Robot Arm Digits Or ST files (This exists.)
2- Thor Robot Arm Dimensions (This exists.)
3- Thor Robot Arm motion angles. I can share something similar used in the skittle by you.
4- Torque heights of Thor Robot Arm motors (This can be obtained from the information of their own motors)
Thanks for your words! It is always a pleasure to hear that more people are attracted to this project 🙂
I heard and seen some things about RoboDK and yes, if that software would work with Thor it would be very interesting.
But as RoboDK is neither Open Source nor free, it has not crossed my mind to explore how Thor could be compatible with this software.
Anyway, if you are going to try it and I can help you in any way, don’t hesitate to ask me!