Speed regulator during program run.

The desired speed for the robot during normal run can be set in the waypoint property.

And then during the program run (program playback) – the speed slider can be set to 100% is a better programming method than using the speed slider during production program run.

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The “Wind” back control can be used to move the cursor while programming back to the top of the program.

Speed regulator during commissioning.

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The speed adjustment” accelerator” 0 – 100% is meant for commissioning and troubleshooting. It is very useful to use when the robot is being manhandled and to check “what is really going on”.

Notice: In older versions of the Polyscope the speed slider also affected other functions such as for example the “Wait” command. So if there is a “Wait” instruction in the program – let’s say Wait 3 seconds – and then if the speed is turned down to 50% – then the wait instruction became 6 seconds – maybe not what is expected. In newer versions this has been changed.

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By Zacobria Lars Skovsgaard
Accredited 2015-2018 Universal Robots support Centre and Forum.


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