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    PJaworski
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    Hello,

    I am working with a Jaco 6DOF V2 Service Robot using low level RS485 communication and force control. As the control of the system has progressed I have noticed friction becoming more of an issue. Would you have and be open to sharing the coefficients of static, viscous, and coulombic friction?

    Thank you in advance.

    Cheers,

    Pawel

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    Alex
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    Hello Pawel!

    Unfortunately we have not characterized the friction of our actuators. Because there are so many factors that can impact this, such as temperature or wear, it was too difficult for us to characterize these parameters… Sorry about that!

    Thanks,

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