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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(06-01-2022, 03:26 PM)DMS-Sci Wrote: Hi, I also have a RX60 and RX90 with a CS7 controller (Adept).  How did you manage to get the code from RoboDK over to the CS7 controller?  I'm trying to connect...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
Have fun at the trade show! I'm sure it's been a while. I'll be picking away at this project as I have time, but will reach out when I have a chance to run this milling sequence again (without the p...
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Thread: TCP Not aligned with path while simulating 3Dprint project
Post: RE: TCP Not aligned with path while simulating 3Dp...
Hi Eduard,           I am curious, what sort of end-effector setup have you attached for your 3D printing?           Thanks,                   David
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
Thanks Albert! That is helpful to know. I am all sorted out in terms of accepting small lines over arcs. I can make it work, it's just a huge amount of data per finishing pass to feed ...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
Thanks Jeremy, That would be excellent if it worked out. It would certainly smooth things out between software like fusion and the robot, with far fewer opportunites for mishaps. ...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
OK, Thankfully my speed issue was just an oversight in Fusion 360. Somehow I had accidentally set my speed very very low, which translated to overly low speeds in RoboDk. I should be good to go n...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
(04-07-2022, 05:25 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Hi David,  I did a quick test and indeed the circular moves are not supported by the Staubli Adept VPlus post-processor.  I'm surprised you didn't see this messa...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: RE: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from...
Ok, So I suspect it must have something to do with RoboDk or my robot translating what should be good sized arc movements to straight-line movements. Is there a good way to ask my robot to move in ...
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Thread: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fusion and RoboDK paths
Post: Milling program cutting corners/deviating from Fus...
[attachment=3242][attachment=3243][attachment=3244][attachment=3245]Hi Folks,             I am running into a problem repeatedly on both sides of the mold I'm attempting to machine.  My cutting tool ...
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Thread: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Post: RE: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
All good here. I still don't know what happened with that pocket path. I may try playing with Fusion 360 some more / altering the settings and pehaps attach an led to the end of my router bit. Th...
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Thread: Limit the maximum number of lines per program - Curve Follow Project
Post: RE: Limit the maximum number of lines per program ...
Hi guys,  I have a related question about my Staubli / Custom Adept Post Processor.   I'd like to split my program into segments as well.  I'm not sure many lines my controller will load, but I know...
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Thread: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Post: RE: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
[attachment=3190] Hi Jeremy, The first time it is obviously taking an unplanned shortcut is around step 255-265 (according to the staubli controller).   One pattern I noticed - the left side of the...
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Thread: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Post: RE: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
[attachment=3184][attachment=3184 Wrote:Jeremy pid='12128' dateline='1648553334']Thanks for your comments. I certainly plan on creating such a tutorial in the future. Jeremy That would be excellent! ...
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Thread: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Post: RE: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
(03-28-2022, 09:49 AM)Albert Wrote: If I understood well, you want to adjust your tool and your TCP 2 degrees with respect to the robot flange. In this case, you can move the geometry of your tool (...
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Thread: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Post: Alignment of wrist axis for milling
Hello! I am setting up a milling work cell with my Staubli Rx90 (1994, CS7 w Adept MV19 controller).    The issue I am having is I did a poor job of aligning the bracket I made to hold my router, an...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(02-22-2022, 01:04 PM)Jeremy Wrote: No, I got it. Just got flooded with emails (as usual), hope to get back to you this week. Jeremy I can't imagine answering anywhere near the volume of messages...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(02-17-2022, 09:38 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Just sent you an email. Jeremy Wrote you back a few days ago - figured it may have ended up in your junk mail.  davidturnswood@gmail or davidturnswood@hotmail ma...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(02-10-2022, 06:59 PM)Jeremy Wrote: You didn't attach anything. Btw I took, a quick look at your website, nice work. Let me know if those colorful tops are back in stock at some point. XD Jeremy...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(02-09-2022, 09:45 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Great thanks. Do you mean that RDK is closing? Or just the program generation process? Do you have a .rdk station we could use to replicate the issue? If you eve...
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Thread: Staubli RX90 in RoboDK
Post: RE: Staubli RX90 in RoboDK
(10-05-2021, 07:28 PM)BenoitMagnain Wrote: (10-05-2021, 04:07 PM)Olivier Wrote: You can modify the DH parameters and offset the joints zeros by : 1. Double click the robot. 2. Click on Parameters...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: RE: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
(02-02-2022, 03:55 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Hi David, Thanks for your constructive post. Could you link your new robot? , could we rename the "Adept Staubli V+" post-processor so it reads "Staubli Adept ...
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Thread: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Post: Older Staubli Rx90 model (CS7 vintage)
Hello, After a few failed attempts at getting RoboDk working with my robot arm, I found the RoboDk library's Staubli Rx90B arm's software model is quite different from my pre-B series arm. My arm is ...
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Thread: Can I use RoboDK and a Staubli Rx90 to cut out a 3D pattern?
Post: RE: Can I use RoboDK and a Staubli Rx90 to cut out...
Thanks for the tips Jeremy, If my controller doesn't like 30,000 lines of code, how does drip feed work? Thanks, David
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Thread: Can I use RoboDK and a Staubli Rx90 to cut out a 3D pattern?
Post: Can I use RoboDK and a Staubli Rx90 to cut out a 3...
Howdy, I have a Staubli Rx90.  I'd like to use the arm with a small router (or even a dremel tool) and - using a very small, sharp carbide router bit, cut out a pattern for foundry work.   Ideally I'...
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