Making point adjustments with utility function “Prog Adjust”

MAKING POINT ADJUSTMENTS WITH UTILITY FUNCTION "PROG ADJUST"

This procedure is used to change a series of point positions in a program.

 

(You will find a downloadable  mceclip3.png PDF version at the end mceclip5.png of this page .)

 

 DURATION

+/- 15 minutes

  RECOMMENDATION  

Create a new program version to make sure you don't lose your original points.

  WARNING!  

Make sure to respect the right referential(?) for the "Prog Adjust".

  DANGER  

A bad adjustment could lead to robots or tooling collisions.

 

VIDEO TUTORIAL

 

STEP BY STEP

      1. PRESS --> [ SELECT ]
      2. Choose the program you want to make user frame reference changes. (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      3. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      4. PRESS --> [ MENU ]
      5. SELECT --> [ 1 ] 1 UTILITIES
      6. SELECT --> [ 5 ] 5 Prog Adjust
      7. PRESS --> [ F2 ] DETAIL
      8. Select the program in which the changes have to be made
      9. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      10. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 2nd line.
      11. ENTER --> The number where the changes should start.
      12. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 3rd line.
      13. ENTER --> The number where the changes should end.
      14. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      15. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 4th line.
      16. PRESS --> [ F4 ] [ CHOICE ]
      17. SELECT -->[ 1 ] 1 USER (Or 2 TOOL, depending according to what the adjustment is made).
      18. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 5th line.
      19. Enter an amount of millimeters for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame X axis, on which they are referenced on.
      20. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      21. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 6th line.
      22. Enter an amount of millimeters for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame Y axis, on which they are referenced on.
      23. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      24. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 7th line.
      25. Enter an amount of millimeters for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame Z axis, on which they are referenced on.
      26. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      27. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 8th line.
      28. Enter an amount of degrees for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame W, on which they are referenced on.
      29. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      30. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 9th line.
      31. Enter an amount of degrees for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame P, on which they are referenced on.
      32. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      33. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 10th line.
      34. Enter an amount of degrees for which the selected points will be move according to the USER frame R, on which they are referenced on.
      35. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      36. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 11th line.
      37. Enter an amount of mm/s for which the speed of the selected linear or circular points will be changed.
      38. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      39. Using arrow --> Scroll down to the 12th line.
      40. Enter an amount of % for which the speed of the selected joint points will be changed. (see screenshot)
      41. PRESS --> [ ENTER ] (if you have entered something)
      42. PRESS --> [ F4 ] ENABLE (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      43. PRESS --> [ NEXT ]
      44. PRESS --> [ F2 ] CLR_ADJ
      45. PRESS --> [ F4 ] YES (This will make the adjustment permanent) (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      46. PRESS --> [ F3 ] CLR_ALL (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      47. PRESS --> [ F4 ] YES (This will clear the adjustment schedule listed on the previous page) (see screenshot mceclip1.png)

  

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