Tool Center Point (TCP)

A Tool Center Point (TCP) is a reference point on a robot or other automated system that represents the center of the tool or end effector attached to it. It is used to precisely control the position and orientation of the tool during operation, allowing for accurate and repeatable movements. The TCP is typically defined as a specific location and orientation relative to the robot's base, and can be programmed or adjusted as needed for different tasks.

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