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Handy New How-to Videos on Kinetiq Teaching

Olivier Grenier-Lafond
by Olivier Grenier-Lafond. Last updated on May 05, 2016 4:26 PM
Posted on Aug 19, 2014 8:00 AM. 2 min read time


Kinetiq Teaching - Welding Robot FunctionalitiesHere are two new videos showing you how to create, import and export jobs with Kinetiq Teaching. The second video demonstrates some different motions types, adjustments and control options. You might think that this must be complicated, but it's actually quite simple with our touch-screen intuitive interface. These videos will definitely help you to have more precision, control and efficiency with the Kinetiq Teaching Welding Solution.


How to Create, Import and Export Jobs with Kinetiq Teaching:

Creating New Jobs:

  • Turn the Kinetiq Teaching Mode off
  • Select the tab [FILE] in the Instruction Parameter section
  • Select [NEW JOB]
  • Your new job has been created

Importing Jobs

  • Turn the Kinetiq Teaching Mode off
  • Select the tab [FILE] in the Instruction Parameter section
  • Select [IMPORT JOB]
  • Select your job file
  • Select [OK]
  • Your INFORM job has been imported

Exporting Jobs

  • Turn the Kinetiq Teaching Mode off
  • Select the tab [FILE] in the Instruction Parameter section
  • Select the Job, name the field and edit it
  • Select [ENTER]
  • Select [EXPORT JOB]
  • Your INFORM job has been exported to the compact flash card

Its simple and easy and your program has been created. Adjustments are just as easy.

Motions Types and Adjustments - The Control Options

The Control Options

  • Control tool box is in the upper left hand corner of the teach pendant screen
  • Select [6-AXIS MOTION] to move in any direction
  • Select [4-AXIS MOTION] to move in translation and rotation directions only
  • Select the [2-AXIS MOTION] to rotate only around the tip
Adjust Speed and Sensitivity of the Robot
  • The speed icon shows the hand-guiding speed status
  • Press on [FAST] to increase the hand-guiding speed
  • Press on [SLOW] to reduce the hand-guiding speed
It's really that simple. To try this with real equipment contact your local integrator to set up a demonstration or check out the robotic welding guide below.

Get the Step by Step Guide on  Robotic Welding Integration


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Olivier Grenier-Lafond
As sales and marketing coordinator at Robotiq, Olivier focuses on media relations, digital marketing and bringing useful and educational content about robotics to the industry. He wants to prove to the world that integrating robots in your shop is really easier than you think. And less dangerous!
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