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Thread: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Post: RE: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation T...
(01-26-2022, 10:29 PM)Alex Wrote: (01-26-2022, 06:29 AM)john_17s Wrote: (01-21-2022, 04:09 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Did you select a program? It just means the station item provided, in this case a prog...
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Thread: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Post: RE: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation T...
(01-21-2022, 04:09 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Did you select a program? It just means the station item provided, in this case a program, is not valid. If you don't have a program in your station it won't wor...
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Thread: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Post: RE: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation T...
(01-20-2022, 09:27 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Go to "C:\RoboDK\Library\Scripts" and "CycleTime(...).py" Code:from robolink import *     RDK = Robolink() # Load My Python code program = RDK.ItemUserPick('Simu...
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Thread: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Post: RE: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation T...
(01-20-2022, 12:26 PM)Jeremy Wrote: Cycle time is the estimated time the task would take in the real world. Simulation time is the ratio between what is displayed on screen and reality (ex: 1 sec i...
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Thread: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Post: Difference between Cycle Time and Simulation Time
Dear RoboDK Team, What is the difference between cycle time (showed at left-bottom GUI) and simulation time (triggered by call RDK.SimulationTime() - Python API)? I created a robot program using Pyt...
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