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    I’m using the SDK to design programs to control the robotic arm Mico2. When I tried to realize the ‘wrist’ control (I means the ‘wrist’ control likes in the joystick controling.) by setting the thetaX, thetaY, thetaZ, in the cartesien control, i found it is difficult. Actually, in the document, the thetaX, thetaY and thetaZ represents the motion around X,Y and Z axis respectively. But i really don’t understand how it moves. When I vary the thetaX or thetaZ alone (with other two invariant), the result is the same! In another way, i monitored the thetaX,thetaY and thetaZ, when i controls the robotic arm in ‘wrist mode’, i found that the thetaX,thetaY and thetaZ are variant cooperation. After several attempts, i have no idea to solve this problem. So i came here for help. my email <mrtang@nudt.edu.cn>

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