import robot as a rigidbody tree from simscape model

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Yi Wan
Yi Wan 2018 年 10 月 10 日
回答済み: dimple bhalla 2019 年 7 月 5 日
Recently I am trying to import a simscape multibody robot model to a rigidbodytree using 'importrobot' function. Following the documentation, the syntax is [robot,RobotInfo]=importrobot(gcs). I have opened my simscape model by the way. But error occured: "Too many output arguments"
Is it because importrobot from simscape model is not supported? But the documentation clearly states it can. I am using 2018a by the way.


Sebastian Castro
Sebastian Castro 2018 年 10 月 10 日
Actually, if you look at the Robotics System Toolbox release notes, the ability to use importrobot on a model is only out in R2018b:
This might have been misleading because importrobot worked with URDF files as of R2017a.
- Sebastian
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Sebastian Castro
Sebastian Castro 2018 年 10 月 10 日
You can export to URDF and import into Robotics System Toolbox, but I think it may be easier to upgrade to R2018b if you have the chance.
Yes, there is a way to use the inverse kinematics in an earlier version, but it's a little involved.
Why don't you email us at and I can share an example of this with you?
You can also email me your Simscape Multibody model if you don't have access to R2018b and I can generate the Rigid Body Tree for you... though I can't guarantee the conversion will be successful, I can try?


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dimple bhalla
dimple bhalla 2019 年 7 月 5 日
Can you please help me in importing my simscape multibody file to rigid body tree?

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