Axis groups expand the B&R motion control concept with functionalities by combining several axes into groups. Tasks can therefore be executed with only one function block. The axis groups are programmed with mapp Technology and standardized PLCopen function blocks. The areas of application range are very versatile and range from single axis groups to CNC and robot applications to mixed forms with different axis types.
Path-controlled movements are the basis for precise and complex manufacturing. Generic Motion Control from B&R makes it easy to seamlessly integrate them into the machine application. The areas of application are very versatile and range from CNC machines to robot applications with high-speed pick-and-place tasks. The combination of axes into groups and the use of mapp function blocks considerably reduces programming and commissioning.
- Overview of how Generic Motion Control works
- Overview of how an axis group works
- Configuring axis groups in Automation Studio
- Robot commissioning and diagnostics
- Integrating axis groups into the control project
- Programming with mapp Technology and PLCopen function blocks
- CNC technology
- The basics of path-controlled movements
- Path calculation and cyclic setpoint generation
- Programming path-controlled movements with PLCopen
- Dynamic parameter
- Communication between CNC application and PLC
- Participants will put axes into operation and complete related diagnostics.
- Participants will manage a large number of axes in automation projects.
- Participants will integrate path-controlled axis movements in automation projects.
- Participants will create software used to execute CNC programs on a control system.