5.3.5.1    Debugging Jogging Function

Prerequisites

Ÿ   Dobot M1 has been powered on.

Ÿ   Dobot M1 has been connected to a PC successfully.

Ÿ   Dobot M1 has been connected to an emergency stop switch.

Procedure

This section uses Cartesian coordinates as an example to describe how to debug jogging function. The procedure for debugging Joint coordinates is similar to that for debugging Cartesian coordinates. You need to select Joint on the Operation Panel page, and then Click J1+, J1-, J2+, J2-, J3+, J3-, J4+, and J4- to jog Dobot M1.

Step 1         Select Cartesian from Cartesian drop-down list on the Operation Panel page.

The Cartesian coordinate pane is displayed.

Figure 5.24  Cartesian coordinate mode

 

Step 2         Drag the Vel slider on the Operation Panel page to change the velocity ratio of the movement when implementing jogging.

The jogging velocity is the maximum velocity multiplying the corresponding percentage.

Step 3         Drag the Acc slider on the Operation Panel page to change the acceleration ratio of the movement when implementing jogging.

The jogging acceleration is the maximum acceleration multiplying the corresponding percentage.

Step 4         Click X+ on the Operation Panel page to make Dobot M1 jog along X-axis in the positive direction. Click X- to make Dobot M1 jog along X-axis in the negative direction.

You can click Y+, Y-, Z+, Z-, R+, and R-, to make Dobot M1 jog along Y, Z, or R in the negative or positive direction.














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