what's the "TCP check"?

avboyavboy China
edited November 7 in Robot Controller

 

I always see the "TCP check" in this forum.

I want to know what's this and how to do this.

don't laugh at my entrant

Post edited by Maxim Riabichev on

Comments

  • Hello avboy,

    the TCP is the "Tool Center Point" and the "TCP check" is a routine to check the correct position of your tool. The routine moves the tool (weld torch for instance) to a fix point into your cell (a check pin) and so you can check the TCP. These fix point is always on the same position. When the TCP of the tool isn't correct, then you have to teach the tool again with the 4- point method, for example. Was the teach ok, then the TCP will be also ok and the seams should be at the right positions.

  •  

     wow,so quick a reply! thank you :)

    I finally know why there is a steel pin on delivery with the abb robot.

    avboy2008-8-7 13:31:20
  • gopikrishgopikrish chennai
    how can i check   the TCP that i created in robot thought robotsudio
  • DenisFRDenisFR FRANCE ✭✭✭
    Hello,
    In RS, you can sync from RAPID to Station.
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