Batch Edit

Instructions *1. For the cells with a dropdown: multiple possible values columns, meaning usually the ones that contain text in the cells and not numbers.* 1.1 Right click on any cell in any columns that are not in the columns "Last Modified" or in "Debug". 1.2 To modify one cell, you only click right on one cell.  For example, in the picture below, you can see I clicked right on a cell in Surface Finish. To modify one cell, you only click right on one cell. A menu bar will appear with four options. 1.3 To modify multiple cells 1.3.1 Select Rows*: Press the  Shift* key on your keyboard. Simultaneously, click on the  first row* you want to edit. Then, click on the  last row* in the range you wish to modify.     1.3.2 Batch Edit*: As shown in the picture below, you’ll notice that  multiple


· * Three different validations are conducted in the welding database. The objective is to ensure the comprehensive integrity of all joint criteria. * *   * *1.     Click on the button “Run validation” that is only in the general tab of the header of the welding db.* 1.1 *Invalid Records.* Invalid records are those containing at least one welding criteria that does not comply with the specified rules for them. All records that have at least one  should be listed in the Invalid Records table. 1.2* Duplicate Records* - We categorize criteria into two types: single value-based and range-based. Single value-based criteria apply to the properties of Special Joint Type, Surface Finish, Part Interface Orientation, Aperture Angle, Floor Angle, Pass Number and Total Pass Number. The second type


Instructions 1. Import an AgtSeqResult, a file generated by the simulation step in Cortex containing the welds for a beam. 2. The first box contains the different Job/Schedule # (same criteria in the Welding Database Viewer) for a beam. 3. If you hover on the icons in the Parameter column, a tooltip will appear with a bigger icon, the tolerance of the parameter and a description. 4. To modify the job, click on the Current column cells 5. If the cell turns green, that means your Current value is different than the Reference value and that it's within range. 6. If the cell turns red, that means your Current value is different than the Reference value and that it's not within range. If you hover on the red cell, a tooltip will appear and will display the tolerance of the parameter in error: 7

Global Periodic Maintenance Table

* Based on a 2 production shifts of 8 hours, 5 days a week (3840 hours in a year) Valid for an ArcMate 120iC/12L Fanuc Robot arm & Controller Maintenance* Fanuc Robot Arm & Controller Maintenance * 1D * 1W * 1M * 2M * 6M * 1Y * Other* Link* Replacing 8 C batteries (Robot base + controller door) O See Fanuc doc. section 7.3.1 [1] Check the oil sight glass of J4 to J6 axis O See Fanuc doc. section 7.2.3 [2] Check the failure of the wrist part fluoric resin ring O See Fanuc doc. section 7.2.4 [3] Clean the controller ventilation system O See Fanuc doc. section 7.1.2 [4] Check for external damage or peeling paint O See Fanuc doc. section 7.1.2 [5] Check damages of the cable protective sleeve O See Fanuc doc. section 7.2.5 [6] Check for water residue on robot O See Fanuc doc. section 7.1.2 [7

LayoutMaster: Adjusting the air conditioning

The air conditioning unit (Rittal SK3305.510) included with the LayoutMaster has a few settings that needs to be changed from the factory settings. 1- Make sure that the A/C has power. The display on the A/C should show the actual internal temperature 2- Press and hold the SET button for 5 seconds until "ST" appears on the display. Release the SET button once "ST" is displayed 3- From this menu, you can cycle up or down using the UP/DOWN ( °C/°F)  buttons. This will let you cycle trough all the settings that can be changed. Here is a list of settings that can be changed: St (Set Temperature)* Fi (Filter Monitoring) Ad (Master-slave) CF ( Celsius/Faranheit) H1 (Hysteresis) *H2 (Differential Error)* ECO (Eco-mode)* PSO (Password) We will only change the settings in Bold (St, H2 & ECO)* 4- Us