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It is hard to know for certain without getting a sense of how your directory is setup, but I am guessing that it is an issue of you not having the ur5 files in the proper location. Your directory needs to be set up EXACTLY as it is written in any include statement used in the repo - otherwise it will not work. Alternatively, you can adjust those include statements to mirror your directory structure.

If you really want to use this repository, I'd suggest you make a master URDF file and copy and paste the pieces in place of the include statements. Also, keep in mind that Gazebo does not parse through all tags inside a URDF and often times it skips tags it should be capable of figuring out, for whatever reason. URDF can work very well with Gazebo, but it very much prefers an SDF.

It is hard to know for certain without getting a sense of how your directory is setup, set up, but I am guessing that it is an issue of you not having the ur5 files in the proper location. Your directory needs to be set up EXACTLY as it is written in any include statement used in the repo - otherwise it will not work. Alternatively, you can adjust those include statements to mirror your directory structure.

If you really want to use this repository, I'd suggest you make a master URDF file and copy and paste the pieces in place of the include statements. Also, keep in mind that Gazebo does not parse through all tags inside a URDF and often times it skips tags it should be capable of figuring out, for whatever reason. URDF can work very well with Gazebo, but it very much prefers an SDF.

It is hard to know for certain without getting a sense of how your directory is set up, but I am guessing that it is an issue of you not having the ur5 files in the proper location. Your directory needs to be set up EXACTLY as it is written in any include statement used in the repo - otherwise it will not work. Alternatively, you can adjust those include statements to mirror your directory structure.

If you really want to use this repository, I'd suggest you make a master URDF file and copy and paste the pieces in place of the include statements. Also, keep in mind that Gazebo does not parse through all tags inside a URDF and often times it skips tags it should be capable of figuring out, for whatever reason. URDF can work very well with Gazebo, but it very much prefers an SDF.

It is hard to know for certain without getting a sense of how your directory is set up, but I am guessing that it is an issue of you not having the ur5 files in the proper location. Your directory needs to be set up EXACTLY as it is written in any include statement used in the repo - otherwise it will not work. Alternatively, you can adjust those include statements to mirror your directory structure.

If you really want to use this repository, I'd suggest you make a master URDF file and copy and paste the pieces in place of the include statements. That may save you some trouble as someone just beginning to work with Gazebo. Also, keep in mind that Gazebo does not parse through all tags inside a URDF and often times it skips tags it should be capable of figuring out, for whatever reason. URDF can work very well with Gazebo, but it prefers an SDF.