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**MoveLinRelTRF**(*x, y, z, α, β, γ*)
Moves the robot to the position and orientation (*x, y, z, α, β, γ*) in a linear path. This command cannot be used when the robot is in a singularity (for example in the default position with every joint at 0°).
Moves the robot for a distance and angle (*x, y, z, α, β, γ*) starting from the current position in a linear path. This command cannot be used when the robot is in a singularity (for example in the default position with every joint at 0°).
**Delay**(*t*)
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robot.deactivate()
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This shows an example of a `linear_sequence` about an arbitrary axis, setting (0, 1, 1) as the `direction_vector`. The `direction_vector` is automatically normalized. When in tracking mode, the `linear_sequence` method relies on End of movements responses from the robot to track the position. To ensure these responses are not from earlier movement commands, the responses buffer is automatically cleared prior to the sequence. However, if the user is sure that the buffer is empty (for example right after another linear_sequence), this step can be skipped by setting `do_clear_buffer=False` to save about 2 seconds.
This shows a use of the `linear_sequence` method about an arbitrary axis, setting for example (0, 1, 1) as the `direction_vector`. The `direction_vector` is automatically normalized. When in tracking mode, the `linear_sequence` method relies on End of movements responses from the robot to track the position. To ensure these responses are not from earlier movement commands, the responses buffer is automatically cleared prior to the sequence. However, if the user is sure that the buffer is empty (for example right after another linear_sequence), this step can be skipped by setting `do_clear_buffer=False` to save about 2 seconds.
### Using the MecaRobotForDosimetry module
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