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2019-10-12 10:58:35 -0500 asked a question Is possible to incorporate mathematical constants and operations in SDF files?

Is possible to incorporate mathematical constants and operations in SDF files? Hello, I would like to know if there is

2019-10-03 03:48:46 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

@adheeshenoy You're welcome.

2019-10-03 03:41:15 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

@adheeshenoy You're welcome. Also please mark the answer as correct, thanks!

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2019-10-02 02:46:05 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

Edit to my previous response: it's min_depth not max_depth, sorry. Also try max_vel=0.0, it is maximum interpenetration

2019-10-01 09:21:18 -0500 commented question Objects keeps moving after falling into bin

maybe also try max_vel=0.0 ?

2019-10-01 09:17:54 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

probably you should set a parameter called max_depth, ex: <collision name="collision0"> <surface>

2019-10-01 09:17:19 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

probably you should set a parameter called max_depth, ex: <collision name="collision0"> <surface>

2019-10-01 09:17:02 -0500 commented question models within a box are jittery. How to prevent the vibration?

probably you should set a parameter called max_depth, ex: `<collision name="collision0"> <surface>

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2019-10-01 03:34:41 -0500 commented answer Combine two links with both prismatic and revolute

Thanks for your answer!

2019-10-01 03:33:18 -0500 marked best answer Combine two links with both prismatic and revolute

Hello all,

Is it possible to have both prismatic and revolute joint on the same pose in one object?

Thanks in advance!

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2019-09-27 08:02:20 -0500 commented answer revolute and prismatic joint in one

hello, so what's about the visual and collision, they are in which link or both of them?

2019-09-27 08:02:20 -0500 asked a question Combine two links with both prismatic and revolute

Combine two links with both prismatic and revolute Hello all, Is it possible to have both prismatic and revolute joint