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Splash Forums Discussion Developer’s wishlist Calibration mark on joints for position indexation

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    LMathieu
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    Hello Kinova,

    As we had to re-index the position of the robot, I tought it would be a nice idea to had mark on joint to see the best position for re-indexing the arm.
    The documentation only show the position of the arm for doing this manipulation, we added some small mark on each joint to show the best position for reindexing the arm. This speed up the manipulation and allow the user to not make mistake with this manipulation.

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    bhubert
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    @lmathieu, thank you for the input, we will definitely look into it.

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