AN-395 Trio Motion FRAME Transformation
The purpose of the FRAME transformations is to allow users to program robots in Cartesian Coordinate system, where the given robot does not have a direct one-to one mechanical connection to this coordinate system.
This document explains what are the FRAMES available in the Trio Motion Coordinator
AN-346 FRAME 115 - 3 to 5 axis SCARA Robot
FRAME=115 enables the transformation for a 3 to 5 axis SCARA robot. This allows you to define the end position of the wrist in X, Y, Z, wrist angle (relative to the Z axis) and wrist angle (relative to the Y axis). This document explains how to use ...
AN-344 FRAME 41 - 4 Axis Scara Robot
FRAME=41 enables the transformation for a 4 axis SCARA robot. This allows you to define the end position of the wrist in X.Y.Z and wrist angle (relative to the Y axis). This frame has been developed to work throw the new Robotic Programming System or ...
AN-388 FRAME 25- 4 Axis Palletizing Robot User Guide
The FRAME 25 transformation allows an XYZ Robot with 1 axis wrist to be easily programmed. The FRAME 25 transformation is available for MC4XX controllers (including MC464, EURO408 and MC405) with the Robotic Function FEC (feature enable code) fitted. ...
AN-327 FRAME 27 Cylindrical 4DOF Scara Robot
The FRAME 27 transformation allows a 4 axis cylindrical robot to be easily programmed. The transformation function provides a linear move in XYZ. The user can select tool compensation by a table data value.
AN-306 FRAME 22 - 4 Axis Palletizing Robot
The FRAME 22 transformation allows an XYZ Robot with 1 axis wrist to be easily programmed. This document gives an example of how to use the FRAME 22 The following picture shows the type of machine: The robot joints must be datumed to the correct ...