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    that is really cool, do you have any photos?

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    Uhh....no.

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    Just started researching the URs online. I went to go lookup distributor in my area and only contact that came up was someone that works for UR - did you have another company in your area distribute? What about on-site support? Would love to hear your updates as you learn more about the UR10!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackPower_CNC View Post
    that is really cool, do you have any photos?
    What is up with the "Banned" tag on this guys name? If you are banned- I don't get it.

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    Could someone enlighten me on the programming on this on the machine? Started another thread and had some luck on programming, looking to figure out how to tell the machine to open and close chuck when robot is in machine picking/placing part. Do you have to do extra wiring or is there something I can do in the control? Haas sl20 btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by sknies View Post
    Could someone enlighten me on the programming on this on the machine? Started another thread and had some luck on programming, looking to figure out how to tell the machine to open and close chuck when robot is in machine picking/placing part. Do you have to do extra wiring or is there something I can do in the control? Haas sl20 btw
    Have you taken the UR online class?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sknies View Post
    Could someone enlighten me on the programming on this on the machine? Started another thread and had some luck on programming, looking to figure out how to tell the machine to open and close chuck when robot is in machine picking/placing part. Do you have to do extra wiring or is there something I can do in the control? Haas sl20 btw
    I believe it depends on how your machine is set-up but I'd assume your lathe uses m codes to open and close the chuck correct? You'd have to connect to the relays for those M codes so that the arm can determine when they are being activated. That's at least how our tech setup our arm for are mill, we needed it to utilize an M code other then M30 to determine end of program. They originally planned on tying it into the yellow light that turns on but that is also activated by any optional stop so there was a chance for falling out of sequence.

    Best of luck, look through the manuals online and definitely take the training course, it'll get you through the basics. I really wish they had some script training available though as it seems you could do a whole lot with that knowledge.

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    woah!i can imagine robots working effortlessly.

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    I love ur's robots!!!! They are simple to install and easy to program. I have a video of an installation I did in our shop if anyone is interested? I have installed 2 of these and I can share whatever little knowledge I have obtained. If you guys have any questions please feel free to message me . I am working on installing two more right now!! fun, fun, fun!!! haha...

    Video of my most current installation:
    UR1 Tending two Doosan Lynx - YouTube

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