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Thread: Unexpected move when using external axis
Post: RE: Unexpected move when using external axis
I´m using Fusion 360, I think those curve normals seemed fine at first but they were not normal to the face so I used "Tilt curve normals" and then this happened.
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Thread: Unexpected move when using external axis
Post: RE: Unexpected move when using external axis
Hi, this happened again and the reason is that in some holes the curve normals are really not normal to the edge. I don`t know why because I made four similar holes to that pipe and just rotated 90 de...
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Thread: Controlling external servo motors with RoboDK
Post: RE: Controlling external servo motors with RoboDK
Okay, thanks for replying. Maybe we will stick with traditional programming then.
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Thread: Controlling external servo motors with RoboDK
Post: Controlling external servo motors with RoboDK
Hi, we have one project where we have no robot but instead we have connected 8 servo motors to KUKA KRC4 cabinet and we are trying to control those with KUKA SmartPad. I found some threads about contr...
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Thread: Unexpected move when using external axis
Post: RE: Unexpected move when using external axis
Hi, I made some changes to this station and this wasn't a problem anymore. Maybe the reason was that I had attached the tool straight to robot flange and that caused some singularity issue.
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Thread: Unexpected move when using external axis
Post: Unexpected move when using external axis
Hi, I have made a laser cutting demo with RDK and I´m having hard time trying to get those external axis work properly. I have one linear axis and one rotating axis, synchronization works fine until ...
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Thread: First PTP move position
Post: RE: First PTP move position
Thanks for your response, I´m familiar with these options but the first PTP position and approach point are not the same. If I use one main program where I call the milling path as program call then...
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Thread: First PTP move position
Post: RE: First PTP move position
I have done the milling toolpath in Fusion 360 and I get a .tap file from there. Then I make the robot program in RoboDK using Robot Machining Project and select the NC file in Path input. It´s possi...
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Thread: First PTP move position
Post: First PTP move position
Hi, How is this end position for first PTP movement defined and is there a way to set same position for every program? Maybe in post processor? I have been making a lot of milling programs lately an...
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Thread: Python post processor error
Post: RE: Python post processor error
I installed new version of RoboDK and changed the path. That fixed the problem, thanks.
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Thread: Python post processor error
Post: RE: Python post processor error
I can`t generate any programs at the moment. Python interpreter shows path C:/Python34/python.exe, I guess the version is 34 then?
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Thread: Python post processor error
Post: Python post processor error
Hi, I tried to generate a basic machining program and it gave me this error shown in attachments. Do you know how can I solve this?
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Thread: Work with blade
Post: RE: Work with blade
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 at...
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Thread: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using external axles
Post: RE: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using externa...
Hey, I noticed that my milling stock was using the opposite Z direction compared to my model and RDK milling reference. I think that was the biggest thing, and problems related to robot arm were solv...
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Thread: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using external axles
Post: RE: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using externa...
I managed to find a solution to similar application when I changed various settings, now I just have to figure out which of these changes were critical. Here is the RDK file attached if you want to ha...
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Thread: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using external axles
Post: RE: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using externa...
Hey, I´m not sure about the exact format Libellula is generating but I will check that. Maybe we will try to use KUKA CNC option to compile the program to robot so this nc program was made using KUKA...
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Thread: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using external axles
Post: Importing NC file to RoboDK when using external ax...
Hi again! I have done this pipe cutting program with synchronized robot and external axles (rotating and linear), picture in attachments. I have set the home position as shown in the picture so that ...
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Thread: Offset to path
Post: RE: Offset to path
Hi, Thanks for your reply, I have done this with Curve follow project and I solved this issue later as you suggested. Okay, I have another question regarding to this. The edge I have selected is mad...
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Thread: Offset to path
Post: Offset to path
Hey,  how can I set a constant offset to curved edge ? I have done a milling program but now the tool center follows the edge as shown in the picture and I would like to move it 5mm inward. Path to t...
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Thread: How to save tool and base number for program?
Post: RE: How to save tool and base number for program?
I tried to modify the post processor but it didn`t convert the chosen tool and base data to program, probably because my poor python skills.  Setting tool instruction chose the right tool but tool dat...
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Thread: How to save tool and base number for program?
Post: How to save tool and base number for program?
Hi, I have created a path with Curve follow project and generated a program using that path. However, I haven`t been able to save tool and base numbers for programs so I have to modify them every tim...
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