Configure your jogging.
Note: make sure the drive is enabled before trying to jogging.
The Jog Panel allows you to specify your jogging configuration.
Here you can change your jogging speed percentage and your jogging offset distance (in degrees).
Most importantly you can change between Joint and Cartesian/Linear robot jogging.
Once the desired configuration has been chosen you can now jog all six joints/axes in either a positive or negative direction (if Joint) or even rotate around an axis. (if Linear/Cartesian)
PC Mode: press enable button on the bottom action bar.
Teach Pendant Mode: press deadman switch on teach pendant.
(From Left to Right)
Load Button allows you to load/import a previously saved Points file.
Save Button allows you to save your Points to a file.
Selected Point Label displays the current selected point in the teaching table.
Edit Button allows you to edit the selected point's positions.
Duplicate Button allows you to duplicate a selected point.
Arrow Up Button allows you to move a selected point up a row.
Arrow Down Button allows you to move a selected point down a row.
Plus Button allows you to add a new point. (The positions of your new point will be the robot's current position)
Delete Button allows you to delete a selected point.
Clear All Button will clear all points from the Teaching Table.
Go Button allows you to move to a selected point if and only if the robot is enabled.
Home Button allows you to move to the home position if and only if the robot is enabled.
(From Left to Right)
POINT displays the index of the point in regards to the Teaching Table.
J1 refers to the robot's 1st/Base Joint degree position.
J2 refers to the robot's 2nd Joint degree position.
J3 refers to the robot's 3rd Joint degree position.
J4 refers to the robot's 4th Joint degree position.
J5 refers to the robot's 5th Joint degree position.
J6 refers to the robot's 6th/Head Joint degree position.
X refers to the robot's x-axis position in meters in relation to the WC. (The World Coordinates' or "WC" origin is located at the middle point between both robots)
Y refers to the robot's y-axis position in meters in relation to the WC.
Z refers to the robot's z-axis position in meters in relation to the WC.
A refers to the robot's rotation over the x-axis in degrees.
B refers to the robot's rotation over the y-axis in degrees.
C refers to the robot's rotation over the z-axis in degrees.
Abort Button allows you to abort the selected/active Robot's current motion.
Enable Button allows you to enable your Robot's amp. (In other words, enabling your robot provides motor power)
Abort All Button allows you to abort both Robots motion.