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Tyler_BerrymanTyler_Berryman Posts: 122 Handy
edited August 2016 in Troubleshooting
Other than using the robot's encoder data or using a probe with an indicator? Do you guys have any tricks?
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Tyler Berryman
Robotiq Integration Coach
t.[email protected]
1-418-380-2788, option 3

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  • Grady_TurnerGrady_Turner Posts: 67Founding Pro, Partner, Beta Tester VIsion 1.1 Program, Wrist Camera URCap 1.3.0 Handy
    @Tyler_Berryman  I can't think of a way to do so without using some sort of sensor except by eyeball (not so effective).  We've had customers use a micrometer in a test program.  The program had several waypoints all at full speed and high acceleration, and also with a full payload.  Every cycle one waypoint was used to touch off on the micrometer and it was found that the robot was withing +/- 0.002 inches ( < 0.1 mm).

    Kind of went against the question, but hope this might help!
  • Tyler_BerrymanTyler_Berryman Posts: 122 Handy
    edited August 2016
    @Grady_Turner Thanks for the answer. I think this is probably the safest way to verify the robot's precision and the easiest way to get a quantitative measurement. 

    I found a video showing the verification of the precision of a UR.



    Tyler Berryman
    Robotiq Integration Coach
    [email protected]
    1-418-380-2788, option 3
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