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Oct 02, 2020, 09:44 pm Last Edit: Oct 02, 2020, 09:45 pm by warren_wallis

Are there any "universal guidelines" on how to make the robot more accurate and precise? As of right now, my drawings come out pretty jagged, but you can still tell what the object is supposed to be.

I've thought of different ways to do so: set rpm and hitRadius variables to low values in the moveToCounts function, decrease the radius in which we delete points in the reduceSegment function, decrease the length of the base so that the robot experiences less torque towards the top, and give the robot a very clear picture to decrease the number of segments it may see.

Does anybody else have any suggestions? Thank you.


Hi, which version of the engineering kit you are using? Also, can you share an image of the drawing?
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