I have been toying around with a project where you use coordinates generated by a slicer or CAD-CAM software to control a robot for Machining and 3D Printing.
I know this is becoming more common but I wanted to see if I could do it myself.
I had tried it on an ABB robot (Of which I am well experienced) and it worked quite well. However, I no longer have access to an ABB robot and all I have is a Kawasaki UX120 robot with a c series controller of which I have little to no experience.
With ABB, I was able to use RobotStudio to take the coordinates generated by the CAD-CAM software and put them into a rapid program, save the program on a USB or Floppy (depending on the controller) and open it up in the robot an it worked fine.
Basically, my question is, can I do the same with a Kawasaki? If so, how?
Thanks in advance!