Use relative job to decrease the time of teaching in new system.
Use lincoln powervave utilities, this is a free software linked to your power source serial number. Please contact your Lincoln Eletric representative.
If you have Solid Works it's possible to export the geometry in HSF format, but for new versions the CADPack isn't needed, Motosim import various cad formats directly.
In the yaskawa site, in the manuals section you can find a lot of examples.
There's a specific manual (Macro Command Function) which clearly shows how to create a Macro.
Looking in the attached picture, i think your fixture are in the wrong position.
To verify the robots position, create one point for each robot in the real cell, go to the virtual cell and align the robot to these points.
The the position of the robots among themselves is not in the CMOS.
I hope I helped you
Its possible to use the CUBE function.
Create a small CUBE for each axis, when the signal is off, the axis are moving.
It is normal for the holes not to be perfectly round, especially holes with threads. The software simplifies geometries to reduce file size and facilitate simulation.
Try to put the center of the holes aligned at the best visually.
Hello, The sheet is a internal documento of Yaskawa.
Is the work instruction to assemble the real positioner.
If you need the data for your positioner, please contact the yaskawa representative.
I hope it helped you.
Hello, please post the link of the video.
If you need to configure manually the servo rotation and amplifier go to the maintenance mode.
NEVER TRY TO CHANGE THESE DATA IN A REAL CONTROLLER.
If the CAD model of your jigs have the reference points you can use these points to create a user frame in the Motosim.
Consider use relative Job.
Create a User Frame in Motosim and create a Job based in that User Frame.
Save the job to a real controller and create one User Frame in the real world to run the job.
In the motoman.com have many manuals.
Hello, I will start a integration between a Fronius TPSi new power source and one DX100 controller.
I will use the weldcom via ethernet interface. The procedure is the same of TPS5000 power source?
If anybody have manuals or notes please share with me. Best regards.
Folow the steps:
External Memory -- Save -- Parameter ( Batch Parameter will create the file ALL.PRM)
External Memory -- Save -- File/General Data (Tool Data will create the TOOL.CND file / User Coordinate Data will create the UFRAME.CND)
I was wondering if there is a way to upload .jbi files into MotoSim?
Open the CF folder in the top of virtual pendant. Paste the job. Load the job in the virtual pendant as the same way in the real controller.
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Thanks for the suggestion. However, I'm not that sure it's possible to call a byte register or other register from a CALL:JOB instruction. Even if it is, it still doesn't help me as I will then have 84 jobs named 1-84 with no information for what they do, which will still be incredibly confusing and cumbersome. It did give me an idea to try and build a job name string based on the action and the die number. However, if I can't call a register or string from the CALL:JOB instruction, that doesn't help either.
Try to use JET instruction. I mande Thiago with onde byte for each jig.
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I emailed you about it.
please email me again with your doubt.
I will help you as I made in the first time.
I'm trying to use logging function in one of my controllers, but I found a "wrong CMOS board".
There's a way to use logging without changing the boards of controller?
Use STEP or hoops files.
Export the files from SW in these extension.
Go to Motosim, open the CADTree and select Add.
Select the model you want to addict to the cell and set the preferences to import process ( Healing, etc)
If you have more doubts please email me ( email@example.com)