RobotStudio event

load identify routine

Jsanders
Jsanders Kansas City, MO.
I ran the load identify routine after replacing the axis 4,5&6 knuckle. I am still getting the error undefined load. Any clue as to why?

Answers

  • lemster68
    lemster68 United States ✭✭✭
    What was wrong with the wrist?  If you had run it before with a good wrist it doesn't need to be rerun.  Did you fine calibrate those axes and check the rev counters?  Is there an armload mounted on the robot?
    Lee Justice
  • Jsanders
    Jsanders Kansas City, MO.
    The load data in the program had reverted to 0. Have no clue why, I changed that to the program setting and it took care of the issue. The old wrist was wore and had some play in it, we use it for a welding application so the small amount of wear in it was significant to the process. Thanks for the input lemster68.
  • EricH
    EricH Germany
    Is the loaddata declared as persistent? Are there multiple loads defined? I guess an arc welding tool has no tool or payload change.

    Keep in mind, there is loaddata for tool, stationary workobject and normal payload. Select accordingly to what is used in the program.