Fanuc robot corner acceleration

  • I need a set of angular acceleration parameters for any 6-joint welding Fanuc to be the basis for a simulation. Please help me if you have them!

    Edited once, last by thanhdo ().

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  • Hi thanhdo,


    I'm not 100% sure to understand your question.
    Note that you can not set individual acceleration/velocity for each robot joints in RoboDK, you can only impose one setting for all the joints.

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  • Hello Jeremy,

    that's is a good answer.

    Actual we tried to find out what's a right result of cycle time analytics from ROboDK is correct.


    I tried to used 3 different types of robots, ABB, FANUC and KUKA.

    All analytics for the correct cycle times wasn't correct? :thinking_face:


    I tried to find out, how to used the right speed and acceleration, but didn't find a right solution about that problem.


    The thing is, you have really different speed and acceleration per each axis by the robot. When you change in the RoboDK the speed or acceleration of all robot axis then you have a wrong cycle time result.


    Maybe I'm wrong but i didn't find a right solution inside the RoboDK program for a correct cycle time result.


    Please, when you have any practicable information, let me know.


    That's will be perfect.


    I like the program an is very practicable but the correct cycle time is a very important point.


    Take care and thanks for help.

    Nobody is perfekt!

  • An accurate cycle time depend on a thing called RCS, that is a black box software delivered by each manufacturer, that should be licensed separately.


    You will find RCS modules for Process Simulate and for DELMIA. And You, of course, has this functionality inside the brand simulators themselves. like ABB RobotStudio or FANUC Roboguide.


    But RoboDK, and other general simulators rely on their own motion planners, and I think attach an RCS on it would defeat one of its big advantages: the price.

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