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One of our customers was looking to automate its polishing process in his factory However, the surfaces can sometimes be complex to program.
Here are 2 videos, I made to explain how the path recording and the FT300 can simplify these complex programs.

You will see the first video contains a general demonstration of a UR + FT-300/Active Drive Toolbar going over a flat surface.  This video shows the ease of programming of the UR with the FT-300/Active Drive Toolbar over a plane.  After the first run, you will see that you can increase the speed.



The second video shows the ease of programming over a complex shape.  I was able to then reverse the path after its first run.  You can really see the true functionalities of the FT-300.  This can then allow for a quick set up when programming, instead of constantly rotating a part with such shape to get all sides buffed.



What kind of complex application were you able to solved with the path recording and the FT300?

Catherine Bernier, Jr. Eng. 

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