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ABB Robot Forum / IRB-1200/Operating Hours per day
« Last post by mr_ruslan on Today at 07:17:19 AM »
Hello!Everybody!
Have a stupid but important question : Where can i find an oficcial manual or document, in which i can find info about operating hours per day or week of ABB IRB1200.
If there is no this manual/ i have a question how long per day can IRB1200 work without stop. I need information )
Thanks , in advance.
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Thank you, I get what u told about. That is good idea, but we found a better way to do it.

You just need to use static variable.

This is background task:

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public class BackgroundTask extends RoboticsAPICyclicBackgroundTask {
   private Controller cabinet;
   private GripperSkills gripper;
   private static double ptpVelocity;
   private BlueGearEugene bgEugene;
   public void initialize() {
      cabinet = getController("KUKA_Sunrise_Cabinet_1");
      initializeCyclic(0, 500, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS,
            CycleBehavior.BestEffort);
      bgEugene = new BlueGearEugene();
      gripper = new GripperSkills(cabinet);
      keyExample();
   }

   public void runCyclic() {
      ptpVelocity= getApplicationData().getProcessData("ptpVelocity").getValue();
      }
   public static double getPtpVelocity() {
      return ptpVelocity;
   }
This is the main applicayion:

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public class BlueGearEugene extends RoboticsAPIApplication {
   private Controller cabinet;
   private LBR iiwa;
   private ObjectFrame world;
   private boolean status;
   private GripperSkills gripper;
   private Tool gripperTool;
   private BackgroundTask bgTask;

   @Override
   public void initialize() {
      cabinet = getController("KUKA_Sunrise_Cabinet_1");
      iiwa = (LBR) getDevice(cabinet, "LBR_iiwa_7_R800_1");
      world = World.Current.getRootFrame();
      gripper = new GripperSkills(cabinet);
      gripperTool = getApplicationData().createFromTemplate("Gripper");
      gripperTool.attachTo(iiwa.getFlange());
   }
   

   @Override
   public void run() {
      iiwa.move(ptpHome().setJointVelocityRel(0.2));
      iiwa.move(ptp(getApplicationData().getFrame("/BlueGear/StartPoint"))
            .setJointVelocityRel(0.3));
      getLogger().info("Getting started in 3...");
      ThreadUtil.milliSleep(1000);
      getLogger().info("Getting started in 2...");
      ThreadUtil.milliSleep(1000);
      getLogger().info("Getting started in 1...");
      ThreadUtil.milliSleep(1000);
      getLogger().info("Executing");
      dialogWindow();
      iiwa.move(ptpHome());
   }
   

public void showGear() {
      if (gearStatusCheck()) {
         iiwa.move(ptp(getApplicationData().getFrame("/BlueGear/ShowPoint_1"))
               .setJointVelocityRel(BackgroundTask.getPtpVelocity()));
         iiwa.move(ptp(getApplicationData().getFrame("/BlueGear/ShowPoint_2"))
               .setJointVelocityRel(BackgroundTask.getPtpVelocity()));
         iiwa.move(ptp(getApplicationData().getFrame("/BlueGear/ShowPoint_3"))
               .setJointVelocityRel(BackgroundTask.getPtpVelocity()));
         iiwa.move(ptp(getApplicationData().getFrame("/BlueGear/ShowPoint_4"))
               .setJointVelocityRel(BackgroundTask.getPtpVelocity()));
      ThreadUtil.milliSleep(250);
      }
}
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KUKA Robot Forum / Re: KUKA ROBOT
« Last post by Spirit532 on Today at 06:57:15 AM »
I just told you what to do.
Replace batteries, remaster.
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KUKA Robot Forum / Re: KUKA ROBOT
« Last post by jjf on Today at 06:34:06 AM »
that is true when i hold the enabling switch the jog keys for choosiness coordinate are shown but when i pressed on them there is no reaction from the robot because when i press enabling switch the drive contractor is still off
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EspaƱol (Spanish) / Re: Fallo desconocido en robot KUKA
« Last post by Yeis on Today at 02:13:23 AM »
Gracias por la ayuda Hernan, Al final optamos por cambiar los servos de la controladora! y el promblema desaparecio  :hammer1:
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Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: Creating an Invisible Fence
« Last post by HawkME on Today at 01:52:28 AM »
Check out the sticky thread "settings to make programming easier". The 4th post has a few options. I would go with DCS if available with your controller.

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Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: 2D Vision Sensor integrating questions
« Last post by HawkME on Today at 01:47:19 AM »
IMHO by the time you account for your time (labor cost), the Sick camera won't be any cheaper. Irvision is very quick to set up, especially for basic part location. 

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Hi,

Interested in buying such an arm. What's the going cost for these new and what are you looking for selling yours?

Can message me.

Thanks,
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One has to meet the legal requirements so as to earn a driving license - your age should be at least 16 or, if not, having used the learner' s authorization for a minimum of 6 months. This is the reason why there are a huge number of teenagers who begin their legal driving education at the age of 15, so that before being aged 16, they will have plenty of time to drive under the guidance of a tutor. More practice of driving will make the individual a better driver. Additionally, being alert while driving is another compulsion. The parent-taught progra
m is addressed to teens aged between 14 and 17, deals with both student and parent, and the tutor or guardian must monitor in-car driving and sign-off the completion of each objective. A teen applicant for a Texas drivers ed program is able to initiate the training at the age of 14, but is not able to achieve the learner' s authorization before age.
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