From our experience, the broken pipe should sit in a space that is about
25% larger than it is. It should also easily be lifted straight up out if
this original starting position. Take a look at your green sides to make
sure the wedges are properly placed underneath and properly mounted on the
On Tue, Oct 17, 2017 at 8:10 PM, Frank Levine <[log in to unmask]>
> Is the broken pipe in M01 supposed to require a little force to remove
> it from the table? When our robot attempts to lift the pipe, the pipe is
> getting hung up on the model. This is driving my team toward a
> gearing-down solution, which will certainly work, but my question is...
> should the model behave like that? Are we experiencing what everyone else
> is experiencing? It seems that this behavior is very dependent on the
> placement of the two green sides, and that placement causes a very distinct
> change in the solution required to remove the pipe. I understand that
> model variability is part of the game, but I'm curious to hear what folks
> have been experiencing.
> Frank Levine
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