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  1. I'm new to Fanuc robots.   I have a simple program that does  J PR[R[162]] R[20:SPEED]% CNT R[23:BLEND] ; I also have a digital output which whenever I set it to 1 kills the program and the robot stops. It does not fault the robot though. This is the desired behavior. So, whenever I rerun this program, with the same speed and blend values, the robot reaches the target position PR[R[162]]   My question is, is there any chance the robot will move differently when it stops on its way to the target position? I mean, let's assume that I don't stop the robot. The robot will move the joints in a certain way to reach the target position. Then if I move the robot to its original position and start the robot again, but now I stop it and then resume it, as described above, should it move the joints the same way?   My tests show that it moves the same path, but I just wanted to check with more experienced people here.
  2. Hello, everyone! I am following this YouTube tutorial where it teaches you how to add a block of Modbus server within Studio 5000 for communication with plc ControlLogix. The video: However, according to a comment from the author of the video himself in my comment I can make such a connection through a Modbus device. How do I do this within ur5 and how can i access UR5 inside Studio 5000?
  3. We have a very old Adept robot system that has been running for 20 years and with minimal issues, so I am very out of practice working with it. The setup is an Adept Cobra 800, MV Compact Controller with the amps, AWC board, and VJI board. This week the PC could not communicate with the controller, and the network connection to the AWC board kept saying connected, then not connected alternating every few seconds. We figured there was a malfunction with the ethernet/network functionality on the AWC board. We installed a new AWC board, and swapped the memory card from the old board to the new board. I was able to connect to the controller via the PC. However if we try to enable power and calibrate the robot, it says "no robot connected to system". When V+ loads in the Adept Windows terminal, it does not show any robot ID or serial number. Also am getting a message at the top which I don't remember if was tehre before or not that says "protection error". Any ideas on why the robot is not detected, or if what I did wasn't correct?

    FANUC ROBOT R2000iA/210F CONTROLLER R-J3IB Has option of ethernet TCIP MODUS COMUNICATION to connect PLC
  5. Hi Guys I have some issues with profinet configuration Siemens step 7 v5.5 Fanuc robot profinet card cp1616 I have 8 byte safety 16 byte DI16 byte DOI setup DI and DO. No error.But I have  safety comm error 1.1 I put Cp1616 at slot 0safety at slot 1DI at slot 2 DO at slot 3So far slot 2, 3 are ok, (no mismatch ) But safety are no ok, F number is matching between robot and plc side Is there’s anyone can help me on this, I don’t know what I miss. It’s the first time I am configure profisafe for robot Thanks  
  6. Hello, We are looking for PLC and Robot programmers for a number of open positions across the US and in Mexico.  These will all be 1099 contracts and vary in length from months to years (if you want to stay).  The majority of the work will be in the automotive industry; assembly, welding, material handling, etc. Please send resume, approx availability and requested payment compensation (in US dollars per hour) to Thank you so much for your interest! Tony
  7. Hi, I am new to this forum and pretty new to programming fanuc robots. I do have one program that is working in production under my belt. The company I work for recently bought a used M-20iA with a R-30iB controller. The robot was tested and worked before it was shipped to our facility. However, not upon start up the robot faults out and gives the error messages:    SPOT-474  NM&OUT24v shorted after MCC SPOT-476  Fix Pwr short & then cycle    I am wondering if a wire was vibrated loose during the shipment, however I have not been able to find anything in the cabinet. It looks like all of the boards are lighting up and working fine. I have been unable to find any documentation on these particular SPOT errors.    Has anyone experience this error and knows how to fix it? Or does anyone have resources that may shed light on the situation? Thanks!
  8. robot omron i4l ePLC

    Hello everyone I want to program omron's i4l robot that connects to PLC via ePLC, is it possible? If there is any document or sample program please let me know. thanks
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  10. Hello, I am a beginner in PLC world trying to find my way through LADDER programming, ST, protocols etc etc and I am slowly getting the hang on it but now I have come accross a troublesome implementation. We have 3 Robotic Cells in my plant each of them consisting of a Fanuc robot communicating via Ethernet IP protocol to NX1P2 PLC controller. The setup of communications is implemented and working as intended but I want to use explicit messaging to manipulate certain Robot Position Registers, Registers and string Registers. I have the needed Fanuc documentation and Omron documentation but I am a little lost. Are there any guidelines I could use to start ?
  11. Mitshibisi to Fanuc Robot with cc link

    Good day all. I was wondering if someone can assist with the setup between a Mitshibisi R08SFCPU using a RJ61BT11 to talk to a Fanuc Robot controller. So in the screen shot attached i added a generic station because i can not find a file for the fanuc robot. The problem is that it does not give me the option of setting the Rx and RY registers. So not sure how to assign the relevant IO. Anyone with knowledge with this would be great

    Hi All,  I need help regarding my robot arm giving this amplifier error for all axis. Any one can share with me their BACKUP PARAMETER FILE for this arm robot model RV-2AJ. This robot is using controller CR-571.  thank you!!
  13. Hello everyone,   I need to communicate a CompactLogix to a Kuka KRC 4 by Ethernet/IP but I do not know to generate the EDS file..... any clue please ?

    Hello all I have a an old TCP HMI Model HMIWD100A2P  I am trying to figure out if there is any software out there to back it up and look towards migration.
  15. KR175 SPOT Manual

    Version 1.0.0


    Manual for KR175 Spot
  16. KR175 SPOT Manual View File Manual for KR175 Spot Submitter panic mode Submitted 06/07/18 Category Robots and Servos
  17. Upload an application

    I want to upload an application from a QuickPanel  What software, decive or cable do i need? 
  18. Hello to all, I am new here, and I have a project with FX3U plc and CR 2DA 700 robot controller. Does anyone have some experience in establishing communication over FX 3U enet module and robot controller, I need to send and receive 5- 10 M registers and D integers. Thanks
  19. Version 005061 E REV. E


    Fanuc robot M-710iC Mechanical Maintenance Manual
  20. FANUC M-710iC Mechanical Maintenance Manual View File Fanuc robot M-710iC Mechanical Maintenance Manual Submitter Mr Thomas Submitted 06/09/17 Category Robots and Servos
  21. Version BA LBR iiwa V5


    KUKA: IIWA is a collaborative robot with 7 axis, built in force sensors on all axes, built in mastering tool etc.
  22. View File KUKA: IIWA (collaborative robot, 7 axis) KUKA: IIWA is a collaborative robot with 7 axis, built in force sensors on all axes, built in mastering tool etc. Submitter panic mode Submitted 02/16/17 Category Robots and Servos
  23. Version BA KUKA Sunrise Cabinet V3


    KUKA: Sunrise controller It is very similar to KRC4 compact but for collaborative robot (IIWA)
  24. View File KUKA: Sunrise Controller (Collaborative) KUKA: Sunrise controller It is very similar to KRC4 compact but for collaborative robot (IIWA) Submitter panic mode Submitted 02/16/17 Category Robots and Servos
  25. Version BA KR QUANTEC PA V6


    KUKA: Quantec palletizer