Hello thanks for you answer.
It's an fd-b6 arm with a fd11 controller from otc daihen.
I was expecting this to be normal that's why I stopped and just started working like this.
Is it common to do offline programming and than just adapt the points at the machine afterwards ? or do people mostly use touch sensor for welding when using offline programming?
I have a version of the FD11 programming manual if you want.
PM me if needed
have a nice day
Hello, at work we have an EasyARC welding cell, I do offline programming using OTC FT-ST.
I noticed off centering when I but the tip of my torch perfectly straight (like in the video) and do rotation manually on the RZ- and RZ+. When using offline programming it gets you some error in some angles.
I already redid the TCP multiple times and it's the exact same result.
(There is some error in the axis of the camera that we can't notice on the video +/- 1mm too)
Thanks in advance