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7.-11.10. 2019

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ABB Robotics introduces news in robot programming

 

A revolution in programming, ABB Simplified Robot Programming cuts programming time from hours to minutes, allowing even individuals without programming experience to create professional robotic paint programs easily.

ABB is pleased to introduce Simplified Robot Programming (SRP). This innovative technology combines the skill and craftsmanship of hand painting with motion tracking technology and software to automatically create robot programs for industrial paint applications that recreate the human painter’s motions exactly. Using the ABB SRP Teach Handle, which resembles a traditional spay gun, the user squeezes the trigger to enable the paint commands and start the motion recording. Although the complicated calculations are handled by the software and hardware to create the program, all automatically generated code is fully editable in RobView, including any changes requires to speed, accuracy and fluidness of motion. RobView is a proprietary PC-based commissioning and production tool which supports ABB robot systems. The software package includes an array of functions which allow users to operate and service one or more paint robots. Once the paint program is complete, the robot can begin painting. Controls in the software enable the robot to paint stationary objects, or those moving along a conveyor.

Robotware 6 – latest version of ABB’s robot controller software combines flexibility and productivity with an extensive toolbox for developers and broad communications capabilities.

The world’s leading robot controller software just got even better; RobotWare™’s open and future proof design increases productivity and delivers new application functionality in a familiar and feature rich environment. The updated software affords manufacturers greater flexibility and reliability together with an extensive toolbox for developers and a broad range communications capabilities. When combined these enhancements improve the programming and control of robotic systems and equipment; all without sacrificing ABB’s unique brand of motion control and safety. One key development in this version of RobotWare is in the area of installation. The addition of Installation Manager vastly improves robot set up time and system reconfiguration thanks to a flexible licensing mechanism and new and intuitive user interface. “This release of RobotWare is the biggest for developers since the introduction of IRC5 in 2004,” says Henrik Jerregard, Global Product Manager for Controllers. “Sensor and modern programming interfaces together with tablet and smartphone integration are all examples of the many powerful tools now available from RobotWare.”

Another new, powerful feature found in RobotWare is Externally Guided Motion. With the aid of external sensors operators have more precise control over a robot’s motion. The new functionality also allows integrators to further optimize cell design and production flows. The sensors provide ways to input absolute positions and the ability to modify the path. Paths can be updated every four milliseconds with a controller lag of between eight to 20 milliseconds, depending on the type of robot. “RobotWare 6 also includes an extensive toolbox which gives you access to deep kernel features and functionality. This allows for the creation of tailor-made robotic applications and solutions,” adds Jerregard. Thanks to this upgrade, installation time is shorter; jogging is more responsive and restarts quicker for improved productivity

All ABB Robotics' products are fully supported by the ABB Robotics’ global sales and service organization in 53 countries and over 100 locations.



www.abb.cz/robotika

Date: 3 Jun 2015 13:47:00

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Transport and Logistics
7.-11.10. 2019


ENVITECH
7.-11.10. 2019

 

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