Still, there are some changes to be done, you need to adjust dimensions.
All ROSbot dimensions are stored in
ROSbot class in hFramework, but to edit them there is no need to edit whole hFramework.
ROSbot.h from hFramework into ROSbot default firmware.
Then go to lines 117-120
float robot_width = 0.195; // meters
float wheel_radius = 0.0425; //meters
float tyre_deflection = 1.042;
float diameter_mod = 1.24;
You will need to adjust above values to your wheels. First two of them are strictly geometrical values:
robot_width is distance between wheels centres
wheel_radius is radius of wheels used
Last two will depend on some factors, you may need to make some experiments to determine their values:
tyre_deflection is coefficient for compensation of tyre flexibility, value 1.00 means rigid tyre, higher values means more flexible tyre. For mecanum wheels you could start with 1.00.
diameter_mod is coefficient for compensation of slippage while turning, it depend on friction coefficient between tyres and floor surface.
tyre_deflection parameter drive ROSbot in a straight line and check if distance reported by odometry is equal to distance travelled on floor.
diameter_mod parameter turn ROSbot in place and check if angle reported by odometry is equal to angle on floor.
The more accurate your measurements will be, the better odometry you will get.