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A path is a sequence of targets with move instructions that the robot follows. An empty path
will be created in the active task.
For a procedure, see Empty Path on page 207.
Creating a path from curve
If the work piece has curves or contours that correspond to the path to be created, you can
create the paths automatically. The create path from curve command generates paths,
complete with targets and instructions along existing curves.
The path will be created in the active task.
The orientation of the targets that will be created will be according to the settings of the
approach/travel vectors in the Options dialog box.
To create a path from a curve, the curve must have first been created in the station.
For a procedure, see Path from Curve on page 208.
Setting robot axis configuration for paths
The robot axis configuration specifies the position of the axes as the robot moves from target
to target, when multiple solutions are possible. This is necessary for executing move
instructions using configuration monitoring.
Taught targets have validated configurations, but targets created in any other way do not.
Also, targets that are repositioned lose their configuration. In RobotStudio, targets without a
valid configuration are marked with a yellow warning symbol. See Robot axis configurations
on page 24 for more information about configurations.
To set a configuration for all targets in a path, see Auto Configuration on page 379.
To set a configuration for a single target, see Configurations on page 381.
Reversing paths
The reverse path commands change the sequence of targets in the path so that the robot moves
from the last target to the first. When reversing paths, you can reverse either the target
sequence alone or the entire motion process.
For procedures, see Reverse Path on page 416.
When reversing paths, the original paths are deleted. If you want to keep them, make copies
before reversal.
When reversing paths, only move instructions are handled. Action instructions, if any exist,
have to be inserted manually after the reversal.