Exactly looks nice!
Yes, to fill up the area between the lines - like to make the letters not only contour, but with graphic inside - lines, circle etc
C3 Easy Control
I want to introduce you to a new client program for the C3 Bridge Interface.
This is a simple application for uploading and downloading, selecting, starting, stopping, and canceling KRL programs on the KUKA robot control system.
- Direct convert SVG images to KRL programs
- Upload/Download KRL programs to/from KUKA Robot System
- Select and Run/Pause/Stop and Cancel KRL programs remotely
- Cancel the current KRL program and return to the XHOME position (press and hold the button)
- Windows XP SP3 or later
- C3 Bridge Interface Server 1.1 running on KUKA Robot System (the latest version included in the C3 Easy Control archive)
SVG Converter Example
Binary (Windows XP or later): https://github.com/ulsu-tech/c…C3.Easy.Control.1.0.2.zip
I need a little help from the community to improve the converter algorithm. It would be perfect if advanced users could suggest the best way to draw Bézier curves and ellipses using SPLINE motions. And, as usual, any feedback would be appreciated.
Hi Dmitry, very nice piece of software, thank you for sharing!
Do you think it is possible to fill up the gap between the SVG lines? May be with different patterns?
Cant wait to try it live
Keep it coming!
after installation of the SafeOp
you need to login as a safety technician and go to the safeOP setup
there you will find global switch off of the SafeOp
Yes, it can work with SafeRDC but you will need the Safe Operation software for your KSS version
After you install it you just switch it off.
But without it the saferdc is not recognized and will give you an error
Which version of Safe Operations you need?
Here is the jumper diagram, hope this will solve it
The KL6021 module is not connected to the K-bus. That was the original reason not to have power on the inputs.
So i moved the module as a last one and inserted 16 IO s as first modules and it is all good ,)
Mr Mode - it will be pleasure to leave the girl with an empty hands
what are the modules, and what is the order... are they all with same bus coupler?
why are you mapping same IO bytes that are already mapped to 6021 ?
did you try simply
; Fronius IO and digital IO
INB0=20, 0, X14
OUTB0=20, 0, X14
That solved it!
I was using an example from an old thread, didnt think that i can just distribute the bytes in one line.
INB0=20, 0, X14
OUTB0=20, 0, X14
didn't work, gave me error in devicenet driver
INB0=20, 0, X13
OUTB0=20, 0, X13
Worked as i used 8 in and 8 outs not 16 (module is not here yet)
To be precise, outputs work fine inputs didnt for some reason - i feed 24v to the input 1 and it didnt blink ... i suppose it might be about the length of the outputs shared from the Fronius - the RS485 module. May be they need more than 96 bytes?
Will give it a try tomorrow and will report back.
Thanks again to everyone, specifically to Mr Mode - i am dreaming to be able to buy him a beer or two somewhere in the UK or EU
I am fighting a welding setup - KRC2 ed05 KSS 5.6.9 and Fronius Transpulse 4000.
It is all working fine but i need to add 16 digital in and outs.
I want to use the Beckhoff module with the 6021 RS 485 and to add there these inputs and outputs.
I have troubles with devicenet config. Here are my settings:
; Fronius IO
INB0=20, 0, X12
OUTB0=20, 0, X12
; addon 16 IO
INB20=20, 0, X2
OUTB20, 0, X2
No errors registered, but the modules are not working - i tried bot in and outs.
The modules are working fine without the RS485 module
Any advise where to look?
Hello, vvelikov, I have just started messing around with SprutCam Robot 14 and I'm having a problem finding KUKA model, I have looked for models here Sprut Cam Storage, but I can't find any of them with an existing rotary table. Could it be because it's a trial version? I've looked into some tutorials but only older versions. Am I missing something?
For specific cell you will need it to be done either from your representative or you can amend the current cell to match your situation
Just use the available model for test, that should be fine
I have used PowerMill in the past and it wasnt very user friendly - too many submenus etc sometimes it is hard to find the option you need.
RoboDK i think is not yet on the level of Sprutcam or the others CAM packages in terms of strategies for milling and the options they have. RoboDK is better used for simulation of a robotic cell with sensors, pick/place jobs etc
It also depend of the spindle holder and the spindle as well - the TCP is going down if the spindle is bigger.
so for 1m table i would use like 800mm pedestal or something - needs to be tested of course
If you are still wondering - the easiest solution is to download a trial version of Sprutcam - it is fully functional.
Choose a robot, there is also a rotary positioner available and insert your part to test the reach.
I would position the table on about 1200-1500mm from the robot.
The height of the table surface is another issue - it all depends of the maximum size object you want to mill.
But for sure lowest point cannot be too low - may be around the robot base (root)
Just to close the case and to explain how i solved the problem.
I got to the other robot where i had installed the CP1616 card, made a ghost copy of the HDD and used that copy on the robot with the problem. And it worked
After i checked what was the difference i found out that the ProfinetIO software i was using on the working machine was version 1.3.5 and on the non working one - 2.3.3.
So - if you need to use a profinet on an old non ed 05 robot - just use old Profinet software
Hope this will save someone elses time and efforts
Happy holidays for everyone!
how can i check that?
The ProfiNET driver that is on the robot is version 2.3.3.
The firmware version of the CP1616 is 2.1.
I reinstalled the driver on the robot but still no success.
When the ProfiNET driver is enabled, the IO configuration fails.
Just checked the same card, PLC and config on a ed05 controller and it worked just fine without any problems.
The strange thing is that i did few months ago same setup on a standard KRC2 cabinet with MFC2 card and it is working fine... really cannot get what might be the issue
Seems like that
No one had similar problem?
Hi, and thank you for the time spent to help!
- the pc is fine, the KSS starts, but hangs on about 20% and after that says it cannot load HMI etc. Please check the attached photo. If i remove the card it starts ok, it is ok also if the PNET driver is not activated in IOsys.ini. I can see the device CP1616 via Siemens network and can give it IP address etc, but when i try to connect through TIA portal it gives an error: Device unreachable.
-the board is SY-7VBA 133 with Celeron 733
- the KSS 5.5
- atm it is on slot N3 - i tried different position it is the same result.
- no external voltage attached to the card
Thanks again, hope to solve it
i am trying to install a Profinet card cp1616 on a standard KRC2 controller (not ed05) with MFC2 (ISA) card and IBS c33. Profinet IO 2.3.3
Is that possible as the KSS failed to start after i install the card?
I am asking because i saw in the profinet io instructions that it needs ed05 controller.
But i remember doing this same task successfully in the past... or may be i am mistaken?