Yeah. The operator took the key out.
Yeah. The operator took the key out.
I have a Motoman UP6 with a YASNAC XRC UP6 controller. It's hooked up to a plas to cut holes into channel.
I've never had a problem with it before today. So I've never really messed with it aside from adjusting shift points where needed.
Today I tried to adjust a shift (I was in management mode) and I could not select anything. I can navigate the menus, select jobs, and run those jobs, but I cant edit them. I can't even bring up the inform list, modify points, or add/delete any.
I've cycled power, hoping it was something stupid. Didn't work. I gone into operator mode, editing mode, and management mode. While in teach mode and while not in teach. I've ran a few programs without problems.
I just want to edit a shift point, so any ideas as to why I can't would be much appreciated.
So, yeah. I was logged in as a user. Not expert.
I recently moved a robot and I'm going through points, and I came across one that I can't touchup.
"17 LIN INDEXING OFFSET POSITION"
Alarm- NO-3, Source-TH, Message- Unknown module
I thought it was a file that was folded, but if it is, I can't seem to open it.
I don't have a lot of experience with Kuka, so I'm looking for absolutely any help
I tried to turn on the usb from bios menu, however it didn't have an option to.
I was reading another post about this subject, and it mentioned using KRCConfigurator.
Is that something I can try, and if so, how do I use it.
The robot doesn't seem to acknowledge that a usb has been plugged in.
How do I turn it back on if it is indeed off??
Ohhhh, okay. Learn something new everyday. Thank You.
I took a picture of that screen, see attached below.
I did hear that I might have to use a floppy disk to archive everything.
Is that a pretty similar procedure as the usb?
Its running windows xp.
I took a picture of the data plate inside the cabinet.
Sorry if this isn't what you were asking for, I have like 7 hours of experience with kuka. Over the last 6 months.
I have a Kuka cell that I need to move, and I want to back it up before I do that.
I tried putting a usb inside the cabinet, then selecting File-Archive-All.
However the archive failed.
I know next to nothing about Kuka robots, and was hoping someone could offer some advice.
I am running Krc2 on it
I have 2 120ib robots with RJ3 controllers.
I'd like to set up a torch tip cleaner in between them, but I have no experience dealing with i/o's to turn the cleaner on.
Or how to set any specific i/o's.
I have a motoman up6 with an xrc controller.
Its going to be attached to a conveyor so a part can slide into position, and the robot can run through its set program.
How do I set up an i/o when parts trip a sensor telling the robot to start its job?
I had a similar problem when i changed batteries in my fd11, i managed to move the robot in joint mode, and redid my TCP, and that fixed my issue.
When using a sine weave on a welding robot, is it possible to have the weave going back and forth instead of left to right?
I've read a little about changing the azimuth, but i'm not really sure how to do that.
A cooling fan was one of my first ideas. And i think thats just what im gonna do.
Purging the line didnt occur to me though, thanks for that idea.
I have a fanuc 100Ib with a RJ3 controller.
Im welding some 1/2 inch plate all day, and I need to speed it up (easy enough)
But I don't want to start melting consumables, so i was wondering if there is a way to turn on any sort of air/gas cooling while an operator reloads the machine.
Or if there is another way to keep from melting consumables.
I have two OTC robots that use the SF1 deviation search and SF4 deviation call.
When I go in to modify a weld point after an SF4 call, the robot moves in a random X,Y direction.
Has anyone else had this problem?
When I modify points, I let the program go through all its touch points first, then adjust my weld points after.*
A previous robot tech at my company downloaded RoboDK to work on programs from a computer.
Has anyone else used this program before? How does it compare to other programs for working offline with robots?
And what program, if not RoboDK, would be best to use for fanuc?
I currently have 2 individual FD-V6 robots, with a dual arm FD-V11 pair of robots coming soon. And I was curious if anyone has connected an OTC robot to ethernet/internet so they can run through programs from a pc.
If so, how would I go about it. What software would be best, etc.
I want to shift the two call job lines. They need to be moved along the x axis about 8 millimeters.
If I made two new shift variables, would it shift the subprograms correctly, or would that replace the shifts inside the subprograms?
I've attached another picture of the main program, as well as two pictures of one of the subprograms (both subs are similar to eachother)