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  1. downloadable newest version: GitHub / Trufiadok / IKRC-for-Kerbal I make inverse kinematics robotcontroller plugin. I did the first step. I made a demo video of the current status. https://youtu.be/ot6DlNYduIg The inverse kinematics algorithm working with gradient descent. Fine-positioned movements are not perfect yet, I still have to work on it. I use the Infernal Robotics API for moving servo motors. The plugin is tailored to the current robot arm (Canadarm2), but later it can be generalized. Special thanks to: - Alan Zucconi for the Gadient descent algorithm, - Infernal Robotics plugin creators, - DebugStuff plugin authors for DrawTools routines, - DockingCam- and RasterPropMonitor plugin creators for camera management routines.
  2. Kerbal Remote Manipulator Systems Version 1.1.1 for KSP 1.5.1 Version: 1.1.2 KSP-Version: 1.5.1 Min KSP-Version: 1.4 Download: Spacedock License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Dependencies: Infernal Robotics (not included, please download from Github) Optional: HullCameraVDS or JSI (RasterPropMonitor) Recommended: Cormorant Aeronology, Action Groups Extended Kerbal Remote Manipulator Systems, or KRMS for short, is a mod that adds parts for stockalike and modular robotic arms to Kerbal Space Program. As of now there is only one arm there, namely the Canadarm under the name of "Shuttle RMS", but more parts are planed to follow for historic, present and future RMS. Attention If you have copied KRMS-Version 1.1.1 directly into Gamedata you will have a file named "dictionary" and a folder named "ShuttleRMS" in your Gamedata folder, please delete them before installing this update. If not you can skip the update, it just fixes the folder structure. I apologize for any inconvenience that this might have caused you. Intstallation Downlaod KRMS Download Infernal Robotics Copy the folder "MagicSmokeIndustries" from Infernal Robotics in to the Gamedata folder Repeat with KRMS Done List of all the Parts: Changelog: Pictures of all Parts: Texture variants detail:
  3. First of all, I know there already are mods that offer this. But the problem with them is control. Setting angles is not only hard, but it also takes way too long to do even the simplest tasks. But I have no problem with Infernal Robotics about that. After all, that mod isn't focused on just one thing. I'm looking for a robotic arm that would be much simplier to control. Ability to take a module from the station and move it to another node in less than 30min would be enough for me. Any mods/solutions?