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Explore the basics of robot modeling using the URDF In this tutorial, we’re going to explore the basics of robot modeling using the Unified Robot Description Format (URDF). At the end of this tutorial, we will have a model ready and running in Gazebo simulator. Let’s start! STEP 1 First of all, this project was created

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[ROS Q&A] 154 - How to Detect Collisions with static objects in Gazebo

  In this video, we answer the following question: We explain how to set up a robot so that you can detect collisions with static or non-static objects. We concentrate on explaining the strange way in which URDFs are converted to SDF and the naming problems it gives. Here you have the ROSject, just click

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In this video, we are going to show how to create a launch file to spawn a URDF robot model in a given gazebo world. Up to the end of the video, you will be able to spawn any robot model you may have described in URDF in Gazebo. Step 1. Create a project in

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  In this video we are going to set a .STL mesh file to one of the links of our robot using its URDF code. From the URDF model used in the previous videos, we are going to define a new XML MACRO to use mesh files for a given link. Up to the end


In this video we are going to set up in our robotic manipulator a new URDF element: Transmissions. After that, we are able to integrate ROS and gazebo simulation using ROS controllers. We’ll use a simplified model of the robot to see how it works. At the end of the video we’ll be able to