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Path Planning and Control of an Industrial Robot

Path planning has important applications in many areas such as industrial robotics, autonomous systems, and virtual prototyping. This industrial robot has a path-planning algorithm to find the optimal way between two arbitrary points and controllers to adjust the movements of each revolute joint.

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Reference and measurement signals for two of the robot's six axes

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Path Planning

Compare how the actual paths correspond to the planned paths of the robot.