Mais ou menos assim?
How do You installed WoV on this machine?
Running WorkVisualSetup.msi, or Setup.exe?
The right way is using Setup.exe, and I saw WoV behaving strangely in the past because it was installed with WorkVisualSetup.exe.
Maybe You can handle this at robot side with a Karel program that pull TCP values from an .csv or .dt file.
But You must evaluate if the effort worth it.
Regarding release dates, If I recall correctly.
KRC1 was released circa 1996
KRC2 (original, with Win95) was released in 2000
KRC2 ed05 (with Windows XP) was released in 2005
In case someone needs, the schematics for C3G Plus controller follows attached.
One thing to notice is that both softwares have the same base, Visual Components (as well as KUKA Sim).
But I think Delfoi is a little bit ahead in the field of arc welding.
And last time I've checked, Octopuz wasn't compatible with IGM robots.
Unfortunately, yep. Sometimes they take time to answer, and sometimes they didn't answer, at all.
I suppose COMAU robotics service is a small team, and they must be overwhelmed with a lot of demands.
The problem is this software You are asking for is very old stuff, and I think difficult find this on the wild.
But maybe someone here also have this.
I've found an older pdf here, and put it on this thread, at manuals section.
Please note that this refers only to robots running VSS 8.2.x.
On newer VKRCs - I never saw Synchromove being used outside VW - the process is done through WorkVisual.
I've found this one on my stuff, and maybe could help someone.
Please note that the process to configure Synchromove on robots with VSS 8.3 or above is completely different.
Anyone have synchromove manual please send me or attached here.... firstname.lastname@example.org
Next time, I suggest you create a separate thread, when asking about a subject different from the original thread.
About Synchromove, you will find the manual inside Synchromove folder at robot D: drive, inside KUKA_OPT folder (or something like this).
But You need to know that Synchromove is a black box. You will choose some parameters, as enable/disable a virtual axis, and what type of virtual axis is that. And thats it.
This new feature is called Virtual Robot Controller (VRC) simulation
There is a short hint about it in this page
To connect Process and Roboguide, specifically, you will need this softwares:
The following is a list of the software requirements for using Tecnomatix Virtual Robot Controller (VRC) Server for Fanuc robots:
Process Simulate (version 16.0 or higher)
Fanuc-R or Fanuc-Rj Japan OLP controller (latest)
Tecnomatix VRC Server Fanuc (latest)
CAMConnection package including RoboGuide – v9, rev M or higher.
You can obtain the RoboGuide software package by contacting your local Fanuc representative and requesting one of the following:
Fanuc RoboGuide (A08B-9410-J605) and Fanuc RoboGuide/ Cam Connection PC option
RoboGuide/ Cam Connection package (A08B-9410-J684
You should notice that this feature is brand new, and have its bugs and quirks. If you already have FANUC RCS, this is the way to go, for now.
Unfortunately, UTOOL, UFRAMES and PR need to be inserted manually inside Roboguide.
And Process Simulate will detect singularities if you use FANUC RCS module, that needs a separate license and configuration. If you are not using RCS, Process will use default motion planner, and it isn't so accurate as RCS.
Roboguide, at other hand, has the RCS built inside, so it will perform more closely to a real robot.
Process Simulate 16 has a way to connect it to Roboguide, so You wouldn't need FANUC RCS. But this link require additional FANUC software, so You need to figure what will be the easiest way.
Ok, Jeremy. I will update it!
But you can upload your programs, and copy other variables as utool and uframe values.
If you mean to upload the complete backup from Roboguide to real robot, I don't think this is a good idea.
You will overwrite some system variables and so on, and You can brick your real robot (temporarily).