Hi, thanks 4 showin around, best we can do = start straight way coding !

Whoever is novice and wants to go through Python I recommend via Udemy link or any other course to get You started with Python syntax&methods, remeber its easy language and -Start-


Link to download "my Graphical User interface" code incl. ported code but under work in progress to start off from there, compiling in Pycharm Community Edition (freeware), for download


Link to download "test of serial port" code You need to have plugged Arduino Uno/Mega to Your PC USB and in device manager check LPT/Com f.e. COM8 and change that in the Aduino code)


Link to download "test of sending the command string array from Python to Arduino via serial port code. You need to have attached Arduino HW with Arduino code for robot


After installing PyCharm (editor), copy and paste my code above into your PycharmProjects Folder (C:/User/PycharmProjects) and U r good to go. Here's how I further go about porting code to Python & look 4 solution:


So here comes the 1st problem, to find out how Python sends this array to Arduino:


def updateData():

data = str(saveStatus)

+ "," + str(runStatus)

+ "," + str(SliderVar1)

+ "," + str(SliderVar2)

+ "," + str(SliderVar3)

+ "," + str(SliderVarZ)

+ "," + str(gripperValue)

+ "," + str(speedSlider)

+ "," + str(accelerationSlider)

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..unfortunatelly I cannot send number higher than 256 over serial, looking for solution on forums


but this works!: data = b'0,'b'0,'b'73,'b'-86,'b'-62,'b'49,'b'50,'b'500,'b'500' ...ok.. later I used data = b'0,0,73,-86,-62,49,150,500,500' ..yet go to next point ...anyway it keeps going homing sequence after each send data string.


** UPDATE 23.3.2021 ** Hi guys I found a solution, please ** CLICK ** here