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Fanuc Arcmate i progamming question. Kfloppy arrcmate an included program that does not require a license, so it will continue to work after the trial period. I am using a Fanuce Arcmate i with an Rj2 controller to weld ends on to long aluminium extrusions. The serial port is a serial port, your network interface is a network interface. Any insight on Fanuc programming is welcome.
I have now copied and pasted the program so that it runs 4 times in one program, there is a pause programmed in for me to turn the fixture and mount the next part.
I do NOT have K-floppy software. Once the program starts it moves to a point on the fixture center punch mark which is in a different point for every orientation of the fixture, I just check that it lines up and start the next cycle.
The upper right tells the join date. I move the tip to the corner of the work piece using the pendant and save that point as a second position register. The left left corner tells when the question was posted.
December 24, If you make any headway, please share the details. Thanks to Biozombie, The parts are longish beams, I use the rotary fixture so that I mount the part once for each end and can the weld all round in stages. I have a laptop with RS 9pin on the back. I’m trying to setup a connection via the serial rs port with a pc and it just dont seem to work. This will not work.
Fanuc Arcmate i / M-6iB RJ3
I hope that I can give back something to the robot community In theory you can run any protocol over a serial port, but both sides need to do this, you cannot unilaterally decide to treat your serial port as a network device.
I made up what I believe is the arcjate custom cable.
His Join date was Started by latendal on Fanuc Robot Forum. And welcome to the forum! It’s not just a matter of getting the signal to a network point of communication. I would like to put some steps in the beginning of the program to check and adjust the programmed positions. I am also still seeking the Kfloppy software so I might try to just use the older, simple method of backing them up.
The question was posted last week.
July 01, Hi guys, i’m having some problem with a r-j2 controller, it might be simple for some of you guys here but i’m kind of lost right now, i’ve been messing with it for a couple days so far and nothing seem to be working.
Thanks again for the help from forum members! I think I understand the problem you are talking about though. I haven’t been able to pull it off.
Advertisement Guest Advertisement Guest. RJ controller – has RSC 25pin on front. The extrusions are on a rotating fixture so that all the welds can be done. To my knowledge, the Fanuc controller does not support this, so regardless of what you do on your laptop you cannot use the program you mentioned and expect it to work. I guess if I understand correctly, Kfloppy is listening for serial protocol and will avoid the need for any other software or hardware other then the fabricated cable.
This works well the only headache is adjustments to the program need to be done in 4 places. I’m still hunting for a copy of Kfloppy so I can simplify the whole matter and get my two old RJs backed up. I have tried the following: July 31, I will do the same. Started by Dave on Used Robots and parts. The same software setup on my desktop allowed me to set it up as a “Client” to not only receive the signal via TCP, but then should make it accessible over the network – where the ERBU software will be looking for it.
Program starts and moves to a point position register near the corner of the work piece. I do not yet have access to the CRC. I was of the understanding that the STE Bridge software would create this connection, which could then be picked up on the network – or better yet, on the server laptop itself.
Thanks again for the input!