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Post Processor
#1
Question 
Hello,
my name is niko and i try to adapt my post processor for my kuka control.
this following function generate an error in my KRC control. i tried to remove it from my post processor but i was not able to remove it without an new error in my robot control. you can find the .src file in attachment. when i remove the section with a text editor everything is working fine. Can someone tell me how I can get this function out of my post processor? what does this function do?

my system:
- Kuka KR210
- KRC4 control (8.3)
- Fusion 360

Thank you very much!

Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'name'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/''"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'post version 42749'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'post modified 2020-04-30 081349'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'NEW SECTION'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Strategy: contour2d'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Comment: 2D-Kontur1'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'MATRIX DEFINITION'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Output x(i),y(i),z(i)'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Output x(j),y(j),z(j)'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Output x(k),y(k),z(k)'"
Wait for StrClear($LOOP_MSG[])
$LOOP_CONT = TRUE
$LOOP_MSG[] = "/'Output dx,dy,dz'"


thanks!!


Attached Files
.src   test.src (Size: 5.63 KB / Downloads: 39)
#2
Hi okin, 

I think that simply setting this flag at True should do the trick. 

   

You can also remove the content of this function. 

   

Jeremy
#3
Hello Jeremy,
thank you for your fast answer!!

THANKS
Niko
#4
hey guys , i think my query is somewhat related.
my system is as follows
fusion 360 (makers the campath) > robodk simulates it for a 6 axis robot arm (here is can create my own python post processor) > that robot code gets uploaded to my robot controller ( im using grbl for 6 axis )

so i need help to modify the post processor code to suit the input requirements for the grbl controller.

Thanks in advance
  




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