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Thread: Gripper with a turning axis
Post: RE: Gripper with a turning axis
I don't see the image, can you try adding it to the post again?
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Thread: UPLOAD A PROGRAM WITH ROBODK TO KAWASAKI ROBOTS
Post: RE: UPLOAD A PROGRAM WITH ROBODK TO KAWASAKI ROBOT...
Can you give more information on the issue? If you created the robot in RoboDK, make sure to select the correct post processor. Right click on the robot -> Select Post Processor
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Thread: Robot movement
Post: RE: Robot movement
The object (the pipe) need to be inside the turntable mechanism referential.  The turntable also need to have its joint limits set to very high values. If limited to 360, it will reach the limit on th...
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Thread: Arduino with RoboDK?
Post: RE: Arduino with RoboDK?
The post-pro in RobotDK create a file with lines of command that tell the robot where to move and what to do, everything else is done on the robot controller side. This mean making a post-pro for a ...
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Thread: Mecademic Adhesive Application Question
Post: RE: Mecademic Adhesive Application Question
This is how I would do it : 1. Create 2 subprograms, one to set the output on and the other to set it off 2. Double click on the path setting->Program Events and put the subprograms on the path st...
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Thread: Creating custom 6 axis robot
Post: RE: Creating custom 6 axis robot
Working the DH parameters from a pictures is not easy, but from what I can see, this robot is not standard and might require some custom kinematic to fully work. I can look at your robot if send me th...
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Thread: Exporting the whole layout in RoboDK
Post: RE: Exporting the whole layout in RoboDK
To import files in RoboDK you can refer to this documentation : https://robodk.com/doc/en/Getting-Starte...jects.html You can also export objects in .stl or .sld format from RoboDK station.
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Thread: applying stickers on 3d surfaces
Post: RE: applying stickers on 3d surfaces
Here is an example on how to do it on a flat surface : Curved Tool (robodk.com) Doing it on a 3D surface might require some adjustments on the ellipse diameters.
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Thread: Curved Tool
Post: RE: Curved Tool
It is possible, but it require some work on the CAD program side. 1. Place your TCP at the center of the tool diameter. 2. Create a line with a offset from the surface that is equal to the tool radiu...
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Thread: Staubli RX90 in RoboDK
Post: RE: Staubli RX90 in RoboDK
You can modify the DH parameters and offset the joints zeros by : 1. Double click the robot. 2. Click on Parameters. 3. Unlock advanced options. 4. Modify the joint offset from the theta(deg) column.
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Thread: Weld path by curve follow project settings
Post: RE: Weld path by curve follow project settings
To have the tool perpendicular to the surface, select the curve and the surface when importing the curve to RoboDK.
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Thread: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
Post: RE: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
Are you still getting deceleration after modifying the rounding value in the Program events option?
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Thread: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
Post: RE: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
Select the curve and a 3D model surface you want the tool to be perpendicular of in Rhino, then select the Load Curves in Rhino.
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Thread: The robot cannot reach all the targets 3D printing mycobotpi
Post: RE: The robot cannot reach all the targets 3D prin...
The curve follow project is using "Tool 1" as TCP, which is too far away from the path. Changing it to "Extruder" should fix the reach issue. Also, reducing the Approach and Retract values help the r...
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Thread: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
Post: RE: Curve and Linear tool paths. Rhino/Grasshopper
1) When you import the curve in RoboDK, select the curve and a surface you want the tool to be perpendicular of before clicking on Load Curve(s) in the Rhino plugin. 2) You can modify the curve impor...
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Thread: First PTP move position
Post: RE: First PTP move position
You can modify the approach and retraction paths in the Machining settings. You can also modify the targets in the program itself by right-clicking the generated program and selecting "Show instructi...
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Thread: First PTP move position
Post: RE: First PTP move position
Can you give more details about how you generate the milling program? Is it from a curve follow project?
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Thread: Python post processor error
Post: RE: Python post processor error
Try installing a more recent version and don't forget to change the path in Tool -> Options -> Python to your newest version. Let me know if that fixed the problem.
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Thread: Single Program for multiple robots
Post: RE: Single Program for multiple robots
Programs can be linked to only one robot at the time since they need to use their respective post-processor. The program generated can call subprogram that are linked to other robots, but not generat...
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Thread: Educational license, 50 line program limit?
Post: RE: Educational license, 50 line program limit?
Did you setup your license to Network? Go to Help -> License and make sure you are using the Network license type with your student license key.
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Thread: Python post processor error
Post: RE: Python post processor error
Are you able to generate other programs? Which python version and interpreter are you using?
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Thread: Solution to some parts detaching when moving them?
Post: RE: Solution to some parts detaching when moving t...
Hello mytrail, Can you provide more details on the issues, like screenshot and the .rdk ? Olivier
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Thread: Can't find a start point
Post: RE: Can't find a start point
Hi ryan259, First, make sure the invisible mechanism can reach every section of the conveyor. You activate this option (see the picture) to see the workspace of the mechanism. Then, you can split th...
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Thread: Curved conveyor mechanism
Post: RE: Curved conveyor mechanism
Hi ryan259, Did you check out my Curved_Conv.rdk example?  You can change travel value in the python script to fit the position you need, just be sure to change the values in all 3 Run_Conveyor_xx s...
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Thread: Welding Teach Tool Postion
Post: RE: Welding Teach Tool Postion
Hi thefabricator03, I see two solution you could try, one is to change the angle of path with the "Modify curves" option in "Tools", I suggest you put it around 45 degrees. Once you clicked on the M...
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Thread: Collision between robots
Post: RE: Collision between robots
Hi amartinmestres, You activate the collision check and modify the collision map by clicking on the icon as shown in the picture.  Olivier
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Thread: Offset to path
Post: RE: Offset to path
Hi ophakala, In the "Curve Follow Project" settings, you can modify the "Path to tool offset" script and apply an angular or cartesian offset to the tool.  The "Allow tool rotation" only affect how ...
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Thread: Link Joints when Creating Robot Model
Post: RE: Link Joints when Creating Robot Model
Hi Ryan, Another important detail, you can fix your axis limitation to prevent the robot from colliding with itself. Double click on joint 2 or 3 limit values (the highlighted numbers) and new scree...
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Thread: Problem with simulation roboDK and real move
Post: RE: Problem with simulation roboDK and real move
Hi serg_kub, Can you provide more info? What is the model of the real kuka robot? Olivier
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