Was trying to save new adjusted points in a weld cell. Teach pendant keeps saying that there isn't enough space to save data. Tried to shrink the size of the files and it still tells me that there isn't enough room for this change as well. Does anyone have any ideas on how I can add or create more space on a YA-1WAR61U23? New to these robots and any help would be appreciated. Thank You in advance.
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I'm not 100% on what model that is, but if it has a G3 controller, there are a couple things you can do.
The first thing you should do is go through your programs and (forgive me, I don't have access to this brand of robot anymore) renumber the points. if i remember correctly, you select the program and go to properties, and renumber points (or something to that effect) should be there. Do that and you will free up quite a bit of memory, as points you have deleted during touch ups or anything like that are still being held by the robot. When you renumber, it will start at P001 and go up consecutively. It is actually pretty good practice to do this whenever you touch up a program on these robots.
Option 2 is buy the extended memory from Miller Automation.
Hope this helps.
...after looking, its obvious to me that is not a G3 controller. You may be able to find a similar function on your model of controller that does this, I'm not sure if this method was the same on that generation or not.
Thank You for your feedback! We tried what you suggested and it still said that there wasn't enough space to do that. We finally decided to just delete programs that weren't being used. We have looked into the extended memory and they want $1200 a piece for the cards. My company doesn't think that is feasible for the amount of robots we have. Again, Thanks for your feedback!
glad you were able to come up with a solution. yeah, and the thing about it is, its not even a card. its literally already on your robot, they just turn the option on with their magic sd card. haha
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