Despite things mentioned above, you should care about those UFrames. Those are most important "variables" if you have two same cells. At first runs use very low operating speed.
SkyeFire oh, at first I was trying to figure it out how to do it with your description and now Im pretty sure you can do it making UFrame perpendicular to the lower edge, and use the uframe rotation. Nice!
You can make it other way with horizontal lines instead of vertical and then you can use circle point command, and then offset it by x replies.
The way you want to make it is only possible to teach via "hand" or cam software.
Maybe you haven't got active frame set.
Try shift + cord and try setting your active frame
I will give it a try. I appreciate your help
So you say it is possible to delete robot sided files using FTP with pc?
I would like to delete some programs using digital input (or some equivalent way).
I got hundreds of memory consuming programs.
I want to import some programs using FTP. I also want to delete files to make space for new programs. (Just overriding old programs with new).
But what someone said to me - I can't delete files using ethernet connection itself and I should make a script.
((( I also have to delete specific files (for example programs starting at letter B like B_program1, B_program2, ...). )))
So my question is how to handle it? Where should I start?
Do I have to write script using karel? If yes, where to start learning karel the best (from your experience)?
Are there other ways to do it?
Thank you for your answers and help
Shortly - yes.
Text me later how is it going with your job
But after setting it up, did you make a snap? Or object detection (also snap) using program?
If you still experience many problems, just try using registers (as DI). You can edit them on run
As I experienced, fixes may be:
-Installation as admin
-Running as admin
-Installing on other disk (also changing locations if startup succeded - I had problems with loading project, but I haven't got it earlier... lol )
-Turning off your AV (while installation) and ALWAYS when using program. Unless it will delete necessary files...
The last is the most annoying and the most common
I can be wrong but typical inputs for that are UOP.
As TitusLepic explained all, I just want to say it's too complex for you for the moment if you are beginner to robots. You won't know how to make things you want to do unless you first learn RG well. There are necessary math calculations on registers that you will have to learn to use.
Thanks, I wonder why you made it in two different project trees?
Are couplers x1 and x2 really one physical device or there are two couplers?
I see it's solved but it could also help if you occur some problems
Manually set focal length in calibration (I think it was in tab number 4).
Can you draw or screenshot your result?
Yeah fanuc sucks at this but I meant tia portal tutorials (as I understood). I didn't mean to be rude, sorry
Is it too hard for you to find tia portal tutorials? There are lots of them
If you are under devices and network & in network view you should add the robot. Probably you must download some libraries for your robot to add for TIA Portal
First of all go find out what are machines, parts, obstacles and fixtures.
Part is a item that you want to manipulate somehow. You always have to add it before adding to actual fixture or machine. Also to EOT if neccesary.
Fixture is a static thing like a table. In fixture properties you have to add your part and move it to specific for you location and orientation. Check model cad tab in order to change your part parameters.
Machine is a type of fixture with possibility of making parts moving or fixture elements itself (like CNC door or axis).
Obstacles (im not sure) but are used to place for example fences.
Every changes must be done in item parameters as well as adding part to fixture or machine.
Really - go find some tutorials on yt