- 156×156×432 cm (small)
- 156×156×720 cm (med)
- 9,236.2 kg (small)
- 14.382.2 kg (med)
- 928.26 kv (small)
- 1445.45 kv (med)
Robot arms are a series of mechanical joints that enable a wide variety of automated tasks, such as ship-building factories and assembly lines. Each segment can be controlled individually through a player's universal tool, or by a device such as a lever, but these movements can also be computed automatically. Robot arms have a special tool-head at their end, which allows a user to equip tools to perform specific tasks. They can also accept a standard hardpoint onto the tool-head, which enables the use of such devices as a rangefinder or any of a variety of weapons.
- Robot arms consist of two types of joints, revolute and prismatic, which can be stacked together to form articulated arms of varying complexity.
- The basic arm configuration has one or two telescoping segments, and an end segment with a revolute joint. More arms or tool holders can be attached to this revolute joint.
- The base of any arm combination has to be attached to a special turret base joint.
- There are four different sizes of the basic arm.
|TargetArmLength||Telescoping arm target length||[0,100]: percent of maximum extension|
|CurrentArmLength||Current arm length updated during arm movement||[0,100]: percent of maximum extension|
|EndPosition||Extension at maximum arm length|
|StartPosition||Extension at minimim arm length|
|TargetVelocity||Target velocity of telescoping movement|
|TargetArmAngle||Rotating joint target angle||[-180,180]: degrees|
|CurrentArmAngle||Rotating joint current angle updated during arm rotation||[-180,180]: degrees|
|TargetVelocity||Target velocity of rotation|
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