Posts by Eduardo Fragoso Dias

    Hi everyone!


    I am currently working in a robotic deburing cell (R2000iA-210F and RJ3ib controller) and one of the main complications we've been having is the wear of the deburring stone. In our current installation the robot picks up a part from a tray and performs the path against the deburring stone which is approximately 400 mm in diameter. The problem is that with time the stone wears out and the deburring process becomes inneficient. I was wondering if there is a way of adding an automatic offset to the process and how to do it? An example would be adding a 1 mm offset every 100 cycles. The process occurs in a single plane so if I could add an x-axis offset to my user frame would probably solve the problem, but there must be a way of reverting that once we replace the deburring stone.


    Thank you so much for the help in advance!

    On that vintage, they use sinking outputs, so the logic is backwards. Remember, they are limited to 200mA per output.




    Tested here and it seems to be a similar wiring here, someone replaced the 025-024 connector (discontinued by Fujikura) with another one.
    If it is not too much to ask, is the RO setup as a sink? I expected it to deliver 24V whenver it was "ON".

    I'm a newbie in this world so excuse me if i seem stupid.

    We were running a robotic deburring cell in our foundry that has a Fanuc R-2000iA 210F controlled by an R-J3iB controller. The robot is supposed to pickup a part form a tray using a pneumatic gripper actuated by 24V solenoid valves. Whenever I am supposed to pickup a part in the tray the robot should activate the solenoid closing the gripper. I suppose ROs should be used to do this but I can't find out how/where to wire the solenoids to the controller. Could someone help me to solve this problem?

    Any help is extremely useful!