Simulation of Industrial Automation Processes and Offline Programming of ABBs Robots

Simulation of Industrial Automation Processes and Offline Programming of ABBs Robots
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Bogdan MOCAN
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4 أغسطس 2022
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Simulation of Industrial Automation Processes and Offline Programming of ABBs Robots

  • Practical guide for students
    Bogdan MOCAN
    Sanda TIMOFTEI Anca STAN Mircea FULEA
    RobotStudio®
    Table of Contents
    Table of Contents .3
    Workshop 1: Getting started with RobotStudio® 6
    1.1. Introduction .7
    1.2. RobotStudio® – terms and concepts .8
    1.3. RobotWare .11
    1.4. RAPID concepts 13
    1.5. Programming concepts 15
    1.6. Paths and targets 17
    1.7. Coordinate systems 18
    Tool Centre Point Coordinate system 19
    RobotStudio® World Coordinate system .19
    Base Frame (BF) 20
    Task Frame (TF) .20
    Stations with multiple robot systems .21
    1.8. MultiMove Coordinated systems .22
    1.9. Robot axis configurations 26
    Storing axis configurations in targets .26
    Common problems related to robot axis configurations 26
    Common solutions for configuration problems .27
    How configurations are denoted (quaternions) 27
    Configuration monitoring .29
    Turning configuration monitoring off 29
    Turning configuration monitoring on .30
    Libraries, geometries and CAD files 30
    Difference between geometries and libraries .30
    How geometries are constructed 31
    Importing and converting CAD files 31
    Supported 3D formats 31
    1.10. Installing and licensing RobotStudio® 334
    Activation the RobotStudio® .33
    Workshop 2: Introduction in RobotStudio® environment .35
    2.1. Aim of the workshop .36
    2.2. Theoretical notions 36
    How to create a station in RobotStudio®? .38
    How to program a robot to work in RobotStudio®? 42
    How to import a tool in RobotStudio®? 46
    Workshop 3: Define Targets and Paths (trajectories) 48
    3.1. Aim of the workshop .49
    3.2. Robot Targets 49
    Paths .58
    Simulation 63
    Workshop 4: Collision Control & Create a mechanism .67
    4.1. Aim of the workshop .68
    4.2. Collision Control .68
    4.3. Tool mechanism 71
    TCP definition 80
    Workshop 5: Create the Conveyor’s Mechanism and Programming
    MultiMove systems 83
    5.1. Aim of the workshop .84
    5.2. Create Conveyor Mechanism 84
    5.3. Programming/Setting up/Testing MultiMove systems 86
    Programming MultiMove systems .86
    Setting up MultiMove systems .87
    Testing the MultiMove systems .88
    Workshop 6: Create a smart component tool .90
    6.1. Aim of the workshop .91
    6.2. The smart component’s definition .91
    Workshop 7: Create a path from a curve 101
    7.1. Aim of the workshop .102
    7.2. Defining an Auto path .102
    7.3. Edit a RAPID program in RobotStudio® 1045
    Workshop 8: Virtual FlexPendant from RobotStudio® .106
    8.1. Aim of the workshop .107
    8.2. Virtual FlexPendant in RobotStudio® .107
    HotEdit menu .108
    Inputs and outputs, I/O menu .110
    Jogging menu .111
    Production window 112
    Program editor 113
    Program data 114
    The Quickset menu .115
    Workshop 9: Creating a robotic station using RobotStudio® 116
    9.1. Aim of the workshop .117
    9.2. Creating a robotic station using RobotStudio® .117
    Workshop 10: Examples of robotic cells and RAPID programmes developed
    in RobotStudio® .128
    10.1. Arc welding one robot cell overview 128
    10.2. RAPID program of the arc welding one robot cell .129
    10.3. Arc welding two robots cell overview .130
    10.4. RAPID program of the two robots arc welding cell .131
    10.5. Arc welding four robots cell overview 133
    10.6. RAPID program of the four robots arc welding cell 134
    10.7. Assembly two robots cell overview .136
    10.8. RAPID program of the two robots assembly cell 137
    Bibliography .

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