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Work with blade
#1
Hi to everyone!

I have robot with an external axis. When I use it with mill, everything is generated correctly: the table rotates, the robot stands still. But, if I use a blade, then with the same settings the table stands, the robot move the blade.
How can I change the settings so that the saw works the same as the mill.

Thanks in advance  

mill https://youtu.be/s4j66iGzmKU
blade https://youtu.be/27xarhQzXPw


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#2
Hi,

the program is so massive that I couldn´t try these changes but I think you should try to modify Axis optimization settings. You will find that in Robot Machining Project: Settings window, pic attached.

If you click the More options -button then under Recommended Presets, try choosing "Maintain Robot Reference" or "Prioritize Robot." I managed to get my external axis work correctly this way.


   
#3
Hi

I know this metod and for mill this work very good, but for blade no. And don't understand why.

Thank you

Serg
#4
I tried to (for the little time I had) and I didn't get any good result either...
I'm not sure why...

Jeremy
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#5
Hi

I found the reason for the incorrect generation of the program.
There are two options for machining in a circle
The first is when the tool rotates around its axis, and the point of contact of the tool with the part maintains its position. https://youtu.be/oTH855Svi50
The second is when the tool rotates around the part, without rotation around its axis, and the point of contact of the tool with the part is constantly changing. https://youtu.be/8qZ6oAXpp88
For the RoboDK to work correctly, you need to generate a program as in the first case.

Serg
#6
Oh, that makes sense!

Great finding.

Jeremy
Find useful information about RoboDK and its features by visiting our Online Documentation and by watching tutorials on our Youtube Channel


  




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