Posts by Kein

    I chatted with kuka and says that's normal, and we must take the higher time (in the series of attempts)
    For example:
    Cycle 1: 100

    Cycle 2: 98

    Cycle 3: 105
    Cycle 4: 93

    Cycle 5: 111


    We take 111 sec. (stimated)

    Yes, you can import/export IO from ROBOGUIDE software, you must do right-click on controller name and select "Export I/O Comments" to export and "Import I/O Comments" to import.


    I think you can modify with Notepad++ more easier, but be carefull at syntax.

    If you have a import error, maybe you must create a new project from real controller, and try again
    Otherwise export a I/O comments from a clean backup or other station (maybe virtual) and see with WinMerge the difference of syntax, maybe there is some header/instruction wrong.

    Hello everyone,


    I have KukaSim 4.3 (latest trial version), and I've simulated a station with various robot missions.


    Before starting, I applied a timer, and at the end of the last mission, I stopped the timer, saving the total seconds elapsed.


    My goal is to have the most accurate cycle time estimate possible, but I've noticed that if I run the same program multiple times, the time changes.


    How is this possible? This happens both when selecting "Real Time" and when selecting "Virtual Time."


    What can I do to obtain the most accurate cycle time estimate and consistently get the same time?

    PS:
    Of course, I always left the speed at x1.0 (Settings Parameters)


    I set these parameters before start:

    $OV_PRO=100

    BAS(#VEL_CP, 2)

    BAS(#ACC_CP, 100)


    Thank you.

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