Command

  • Hello


    i habe in one of my programs, oline made, the following command:


    ;FOLD PTP <TRANSFERPOINT_1A> Vel=100 % PDEFAULT Tool[2]:810_100_Sensor Base[60]:BASE_MEAS;%{PE}


    what is the meaning of <>? is the name of the point just including this characters or is the point comented?


    thanks,

    Bogdan

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  • this is the forts point in my program. here is the entire fold



    ;FOLD PTP <TRANSFERPOINT_1A> Vel=100 % PDEFAULT Tool[2]:810_100_Sensor Base[60]:BASE_MEAS;%{PE}

    ;FOLD Parameters ;%{h}

    ;Params IlfProvider=kukaroboter.basistech.inlineforms.movement.old; Kuka.IsGlobalPoint=True; Kuka.PointName=TRANSFERPOINT_1A; Kuka.BlendingEnabled=False; Kuka.MoveDataPtpName=PDEFAULT; Kuka.VelocityPtp=100; Kuka.CurrentCDSetIndex=0; Kuka.MovementParameterFieldEnabled=True; IlfCommand=PTP

    ;ENDFOLD

    $BWDSTART = FALSE

    PDAT_ACT = PPDEFAULT

    FDAT_ACT = FTRANSFERPOINT_1A

    BAS(#PTP_PARAMS, 100.0)

    SET_CD_PARAMS (0)

    PTP gXTRANSFERPOINT_1A

    ;ENDFOLD

  • Other folds are not including these characters.


    The name of the point here include the characters: <> <TRANSFERPOINT_1A> . Never saw this again in a kuka program.

    Are these characters having any meaning or the name is just like that? this was my question.

  • From a KRL perspective no. Everything after ; is a comment for KRL and the realtime robot controller.


    Can you open and edit the inline form without problems and does it disappear when saving the inline form or ist it persistent. Does it get recreated by the inline form if manually delteted?


    Fubini

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