We’re using XArm in smart-robotics, it means XArm doesn’t reproduce remembered trajectories. So we use PythonSDK and “set_position” function setting the target TCP for each movement in a sequence.
There’s a problem, that Joint6 goes out of joint limits pretty often. Is there a way to take into account that Joint6 has limits and don’t send it so far in Joint6 while obviously with ±360 another path planning is possible always.
This makes impossible to use it XArm in a production solution, even with all possible tricks (like sending into a home position after each movement) we still have that stop after each 100 movements (or about so).