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CONVENTION

DENAVIT-HARTENBERG

translational and rotational relationship between

adjacent links

Matrix method(systematically establishing a co-

ordinate system to each link of a chain)

Results in 4*4 matrix representing each link’s co-

ordinate system at the join with respect to previous link’

s coordinate system

When joint i is actuated ,link i will move respect to link i-1

ith co-ordinate system also moves along with link i ,as it is

fixed with link

Base co-ordinates are the 0

th

coordinate frame which is also the

inertial coordinate frame of robot arm

Hence for PUMA there are seven co-ordinate frames

RULES

Z

i-1

axis lies along the axis of motion of the ith joint

X

i

axis is normal to the Z

i-1

axis, and pointing away from

it

Y

i

axis completes the right handed coordinate system as

required

LINK AND JOINT PARAMETERS

Joint angle : the angle of rotation from the X

i-1

axis to the X

i

axis

about the Z

i-1

axis. It is the joint variable if joint i is rotary.

Joint distance : the distance from the origin of the (i-1)

coordinate system to the intersection of the Z

i-1

axis and the X

i

axis along the Z

i-1

axis. It is the joint variable if joint i is

prismatic.

Link length : the distance from the intersection of the Z

i-1

axis

and the X

i

axis to the origin of the ith coordinate system along

the X

i

axis.

Link twist angle : the angle of rotation from the Z

i-1

axis to the Z

i

axis about the X

i

axis.

i

u

i

d

i

a

i

o

DENAVIT-HARTENBERG CONVENTION

Number the joints from 1 to n starting with the base and ending with the

end-effector.

Establish the base coordinate system. Establish a right-handed orthonormal

coordinate system at the supporting base with axis lying along

the axis of motion of joint 1.

Initialize loop

Establish joint axis. Align the Z

i

with the axis of motion (rotary or sliding) of

joint i+1.

Establish the origin of the ith coordinate system. Locate the origin of the ith

coordinate at the intersection of the Z

i

& Z

i-1

or at the intersection of

common normal between the Z

i

& Z

i-1

axes and the Z

i

axis.

) , , (

0 0 0

Z Y X

0

Z

Establish X

i

axis. Establish or along the

common normal between the Z

i-1

& Z

i

axes when they are

parallel

Establish Y

i

axis. Assign to complete the

right-handed coordinate system.

Establish hand coordinate system

Find the link and joint parameters

i i i i i

Z Z Z Z X × × ± =

÷ ÷ 1 1

/ ) (

i i i i i

X Z X Z Y × × + = / ) (

EXAMPLE I

• 3 Revolute Joints

a

0

a

1

Z

0

X

0

Y

0

Z

3

X

2

Y

1

X

1

Y

2

d

2

Z

1

X

3

3

O

2

O

1

O

0

O

Joint 1

Joint 2

Joint 3

Link 1 Link 2

LINK COORDINATE FRAMES

Assign Link Coordinate Frames:

To describe the geometry of robot motion, we assign a Cartesian

coordinate frame (O

i

, X

i

,Y

i

,Z

i

) to each link, as follows:

establish a right-handed orthonormal coordinate frame O

0

at the

supporting base with Z

0

lying along joint 1 motion axis.

the Z

i

axis is directed along the axis of motion of joint (i + 1),

that is, link (i + 1) rotates about or translates along Z

i

;

Link 1 Link 2

a

0

a

1

Z

0

X

0

Y

0

Z

3

X

2

Y

1

X

1

Y

2

d

2

Z

1

X

3

3

O

2

O

1

O

0

O

Joint 1

Joint 2

Joint 3

LINK COORDINATE FRAMES

Locate the origin of the ith coordinate at the intersection of

the Z

i

& Z

i-1

or at the intersection of common normal

between the Z

i

& Z

i-1

axes and the Z

i

axis.

the X

i

axis lies along the common normal from the Z

i-1

axis to

the Z

i

axis , (if Z

i-1

is parallel to Z

i

, then

X

i

is specified arbitrarily, subject only to X

i

being

perpendicular to Z

i

);

i i i i i

Z Z Z Z X × × ± =

÷ ÷ 1 1

/ ) (

a

0

a

1

Z

0

X

0

Y

0

Z

3

X

2

Y

1

X

1

Y

2

d

2

Z

1

X

3

3

O

2

O

1

O

0

O

Joint 1

Joint 2

Joint 3

LINK COORDINATE FRAMES

Assign to complete the right-handed

coordinate system.

The hand coordinate frame is specified by the geometry of the

end-effector. Normally, establish Z

n

along the direction of Z

n-1

axis and pointing away from the robot; establish X

n

such that it is

normal to both Z

n-1

and Z

n

axes. Assign Y

n

to complete the right-

handed coordinate system.

i i i i i

X Z X Z Y × × + = / ) (

n

O

a

0

a

1

Z

0

X

0

Y

0

Z

3

X

2

Y

1

X

1

Y

2

d

2

Z

1

X

3

3

O

2

O

1

O

0

O

Joint 1

Joint 2

Joint 3

EXAMPLE I

Joint i

o

i

a

i

d

i

u

i

1 0 a

0

0

u

0

2 -90 a

1

0

u

1

3 0 0 d

2

u

2

D-H Link Parameter Table

: rotation angle from X

i-1

to X

i

about Z

i-1

i

u

: distance from origin of (i-1) coordinate to intersection of Z

i-1

& X

i

along Z

i-1

: distance from intersection of Z

i-1

& X

i

to origin of i coordinate along X

i

i

d

: rotation angle from Z

i-1

to Z

i

about X

i

i

a

i

o

a

0

a

1

Z

0

X

0

Y

0

Z

3

X

2

Y

1

X

1

Y

2

d

2

Z

1

X

3

3

O

2

O

1

O

0

O

Joint

1

Joint

2

Joint

3

EXAMPLE II: PUMA 260

1

u

2

u

3

u

i i i i i

Z Z Z Z X × × ± =

÷ ÷ 1 1

/ ) (

i i i i i

X Z X Z Y × × + = / ) (

4

u

5

u

6

u

0

Z

1

Z

2

Z

3

Z

4

Z

5

Z

1

O

2

O

3

O

5

O

4

O

6

O

1

X

1

Y

2

X

2

Y

3

X

3

Y

4

X

4

Y

5

X

5

Y

6

X

6

Y

6

Z

1. Number the joints

2. Establish base frame

3. Establish joint axis Zi

4. Locate origin, (intersect.

of Zi & Zi-1) OR (intersect

of common normal & Zi )

5. Establish Xi,Yi

PUMA 260

t

LINK PARAMETERS

1

u

2

u

3

u

4

u

5

u

6

u

0

Z

1

Z

2

Z

3

Z

4

Z

5

Z

1

O

2

O

3

O

5

O

4

O

6

O

1

X

1

Y

2

X

2

Y

3

X

3

Y

4

X

4

Y

5

X

5

Y

6

X

6

Y

6

Z

: angle from Z

i-1

to Z

i

about X

i

: distance from intersection

of Z

i-1

& X

i

to Oi along X

i

Joint distance : distance from Oi-1 to intersection of Z

i-1

& X

i

along Z

i-1

: angle from X

i-1

to X

i

about Z

i-1

i

u

i

o

i

a

i

d

t 0 0 6

0 0 90 5

8 0 -90 4

0

0 90 3

8 0 2

13 0 -90 1

J

i

u

1

u

4

u

2

u

3

u

6

u

5

u

i

o

i

a

i

d

-l

TRANSFORMATION BETWEEN I-1 AND I

Four successive elementary transformations are

required to relate the i-th coordinate frame to the (i-

1)-th coordinate frame:

Rotate about the Z

i-1

axis an angle of u

i

to align the X

i-1

axis with the X

i

axis.

Translate along the Z

i-1

axis a distance of d

i

, to bring X

i-1

and X

i

axes into coincidence.

Translate along the X

i

axis a distance of a

i

to bring the two

origins O

i-1

and O

i

as well as the X axis into coincidence.

Rotate about the X

i

axis an angle of α

i

( in the right-

handed sense), to bring the two coordinates into

coincidence.

TRANSFORMATION BETWEEN I-1 AND I

D-H transformation matrix for adjacent coordinate

frames, i and i-1.

The position and orientation of the i-th frame coordinate can be

expressed in the (i-1)th frame by the following homogeneous

transformation matrix:

(

(

(

(

¸

(

¸

÷

÷

=

÷ ÷ ÷

1 0 0 0

0

) , ( ) , ( ) , ( ) , (

1 1 1

i i i

i i i i i i i

i i i i i i i

i i i i i i i i

i

i

d C S

S a C S C C S

C a S S S C C

x R a x T z R d z T T

o o

u u o u o u

u u o u o u

o u

Source coordinate

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Coordinate

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