I would like to freely move my UR10 arm in response to an external force, just like the zero-g mode for Baxter robot, which can be activated by holding its wrist. The Baxter documentation on zero-g mode says the following:
Zero-G mode can often be confused with the mode obtained by disabling the gravity compensation torques. By default, the gravity compensation torques will always be applied when the robot is enabled. In Zero-G mode, the controllers are disabled and so the arm can be freely moved across. In this case, the effect of gravity would be compensated by the gravity compensation model applying gravity compensation torques across the joints, there would be no torques from the controllers since they would not be active, and so the arm can be moved freely around, hence the name.
So apparently this means that the controller torques need to be disabled in order to achieve the zero-g mode. I am using
ur_modern_driver for my UR10 arm. Any ideas on how can I implement this mode with the running modern driver?