Posts by Dave11

    Hello everyone!

    Brief question: how do I overwrite Tool and Base data in a routine prepared for that.

    I know how to overwrite an existing axis-specific workspaces by writing for example:

    $AXWORKSPACE[1]{A1_N 100.0,A1_P 102.0,A2_N 45.0,A2_P 47.0, A3_N -30.0, A3_P -28.0, A4_N 50.0, A4_P 52.0, A5_N 67.0,A5_P 69.0,A6_N 10.0,A6_P 12.0}

    What's the syntax for doing that with tool and base?

    Thanks in advance!

    That's right. I've got WoV 6 but I need to use 5.0 for this application. I also use to work with whatever WoV version I find in the D partition of the robot, so that who else needs to work with that is able to do it by downloading that precise version from the Robot Controller.

    Anyways I followed the path you (PanicMode) gave me, I finally found them and deleted them. Now it works perfectly.

    Love you man :smiling_face:

    Hi everyone,

    I'm sorry I have to bother you again.

    I'm willing to start saying I've found a similar issue here on Kuka Robot Forum but it hasn't been solved at last, therefore I'm trying again with a new thread.

    I tried to install some optional packages on a new profile in WorkVisual 5.0 (Windows 10). After that I wasn't able to start it any more. I've tried to reinstall it again many times (even not the complete version of the software). I tried to open the WorkVisual 5.0 folder in C:\Program Files\Kuka, in order to look for those option packages and delete them, but I didn't manage to find them (not even vewing hidden elements on windows file explorer)

    Any Ideas?

    Thanks in advance for your time!

    Hello Everyone!

    I'm asked to apply an offset on each Coordinate (X, Y, Z, A, B, C) of some points Using an HMI Easy page.

    I need to be able to apply these offsets while the robot is cycling in $EXT.

    My Idea is to bond numeric input areas on the HMI Easy to some Real Type Variables and use these variables as offsets in the intrested points.

    E.g. - LIN POINT:{X Ofs_X,Y Ofs_Y,Z Ofs_Z,A Ofs_A,B Ofs_B,C Ofs_C} C_DIS

    Where Ofs_X, Ofs_Y, Ofs_Z, Ofs_A, Ofs_B, Ofs_C are the real type variables.

    Do you know the correct Syntax of this operation?

    Has anyone got any Idea on how to do that, please?

    (KUKA KR150 R2700-2 KRC4)

    Thank you in advance!

    Hello everyone!

    I need to setup an old Kuka robot equipped with a KRC2 2005 Edition Controller.

    It has to be configured as a Slave Profinet Device, but I've never done it before, not on a KRC2 at least, I'm more used to KRC4

    If anyone has any documentation or any guidelines on how to do that, please let me know!

    Thank you in advance.

    Hi Everyone!

    I'm willing to use an Interrupt in order not to allow the robot to perform the automatic homing procedure when, while in homing the robot is set to manual mode.

    Now, I've read on the online help the syntax of that, but I can't find how to bond the interrupt to the I/O signal I want, the only thing I've found is: Interrupt TRUE --> Statements --> Interrupt FALSE.

    Can anyone help me, please?

    Thanks for your time, you all have a nice day! :smiling_face:

    Oh, I wasn't clear enough about the other parts of the system: during my test in T1 of the program every other part of the system wasn't enabled to motion. Let's say the robot was the only living part at the moment. Anyways thanks a lot for the answer and for its exellent timing!

    Hi everyone. I'm new to the forum and actually to KUKA as well, and I'm not sure if I'm doing right writing my post in this session, therefore let me know if I'm doing anything wrong. Now getting to my problem, I wanted to know if the same program executed in T1 or in AUT EXT makes the robot doing exactly the same movement approximations in both operative modes. This question came to my mind when I executed the program in T1 and saw that entering a station of the production line I would have collided with and internal organ if I wouldn't stop it, thing that in AUT EXT mode doesn't happen. Hope I explained clearly enough my problem, and thanks in advance for your time. Have a good day, everybody.

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