Learn the basics, how to jog the robot and create a program

In this tutorial we will show you the basics about a YASKAWA industrial robot arm, formerly known as Motoman. Our controller is a YRC1000 almost identical to the previous DX200 and the manipulator is an HC10 collaborative robot.
But the commands and control are similar to the previous models since their philosophy hasn't changed from NX100 DX100. 

In this video we will show you how to create a program, move the robot, jog the robot in manual and automatic mode and show you some shortcuts on how to program the job. Yaskawa are very well known for their twin control and their welding applications in comparison with other robots, but here we are testing their new cobot with a palletizing gripper from onRobot the VG10 electronic gripper, also collaborative (no air).



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