Create personalised setup cycles.
Allowing setup operations to be carried out as defined by the user, thereby providing cycles that are adapted to each piece type.
Execute actions conditioned by a series of premises.
Allowing for process programming to be modified during execution. Without this option, the piece machining instructions are defined beforehand and cannot be changed. Thanks to Script Programming, we can redefine the rules, adapting them to the process’s variable conditions during its execution. For example, if the electrode has been used 5 times (the value can be changed), we can make an electrode change. If it has been used fewer times, we can continue using the same electrode.
Programming with variables:
- Allowing for strategies to be designed with variables. This way, the same programme can be used for different piece references by simply modifying some of the variable values.
- This allows the user to save information while executing the programme with a personalised work report and file with the machine’s records or log.
- The machine and user can interact during the execution process to verify specifications, or assign new values where necessary.
Create personalised dialogue boxes.
Allowing a set of variables to be grouped so that they can be reused later simply by calling up a function. This way, errors are avoided and the programme size is reduced.
View each user’s specific values during the programme’s execution through control variables.