Epson G3 Series manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    SCARA ROBOT G3 series MANIPULA TOR MANUAL Rev .1 EM08ZR1795F[...]

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    M A N I P U L A T O R M A N U A L G 3 s e r i e s R e v . 1[...]

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    G3 Rev .1 i SCARA ROBOT G3 series Manipulator Manual Rev .1 [...]

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    ii G3 Rev .1 FOREWORD Thank you for p urchasing our ro bot products. This manual contai ns the[...]

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    G3 Rev .1 iii TRADEMARKS Microsoft, W indows, and W indows logo are eit h er registered tradem a[...]

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    iv G3 Rev .1 MANUF ACTURER & SUPPLIER SEIKO EPSON CORPORA TION Japan & Others [...]

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    G3 Rev .1 v Before Reading This Manual This section describes what you should know before readi[...]

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    vi G3 Rev .1[...]

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    G3 Rev .1 vii T ABLE OF CONTENTS Before Reading Th is Manual .................................[...]

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    T ABLE OF CONTENTS viii G3 Rev .1 5. Motion Range 46 5.1 Motion Range Setting by Pu lse[...]

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    Setup & Operation This volume contains informati on for setup and operation of the G3[...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety G3 Rev .1 3 1. Safety Installation and transportation of [...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety 1.2 Design and Installation Safety Only trained personnel[...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety 1.3 Operation Safety The following items are safety precaut[...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety 1.4 Emergency S top If the Manipu lator moves a bnormally [...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety G3 Rev .1 7 1.5 Emergency Movement Without Drive Power [...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety 1.6 Manipulator Labels The following labels are attac hed n[...]

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    Setup & Operation 1. Safety G3 Rev .1 9 A B D C Common T able T op Mounting [...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 10 G3 Rev .1 2. S pecifications 2.1 Featur[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 11 2.2 Model Number and Model Dif[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 12 G3 Rev .1 2.3 Part Names and Outer Dimen[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 13 sh aft di amet er G3- 251* S G[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 14 G3 Rev .1 Cleanroom-model: G3-***C The follo[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 15 G3- 251* S G3- 301* S G3- 35 1* S [...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 16 G3 Rev .1 2.3.2 Multiple Mounting S tanda[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 17 G3- 30 1SM G3- 351SM a 70 220 b[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 18 G3 Rev .1 Cleanroom-model: G3-***1CM The fol[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 19 G3- 301 CM G3- 35 1 CM a 70 22 0[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 20 G3 Rev .1 2.4 S pecifications Item G3 serie[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications G3 Rev .1 21 Item G3 series Manipulator Ambien[...]

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    Setup & Operation 2. S pecifications 22 G3 Rev .1 2.5 How to Set the Model The [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation G3 Rev .1 23 3. Environment s and [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 24 G3 Rev .1 3.2 Base T able A [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation G3 Rev .1 25 3.3 Mounting Dimensi[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 26 G3 Rev .1 A A B A B B B[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation G3 Rev .1 27 A B B A M ultip le M[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 3.4 Unp acking and T ransportation [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation G3 Rev .1 29 3.5 Installation Proc[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 30 G3 Rev .1 3.5.2 Multiple Moun[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 3.5.3 Cleanroom-model (1) Unpack it[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 32 G3 Rev .1 When the Manipulator i[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 3.7 User Wires and Pneumatic T ube[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 34 G3 Rev .1 T able T op Mounting [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 3.8 Relocation and S torage 3.8.1[...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation 36 G3 Rev .1 3.8.2 T able T op [...]

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    Setup & Operation 3. Environments a nd Installation G3 Rev .1 37 3.8.3 Multiple Mounti[...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors 4. Setting of End Effectors 4.1 [...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors 4.2 Attaching Cameras and V alves Arm #2 [...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors 4.3 We ight and Inertia Settings T o e[...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors G3 Rev .1 41 <Example> A “1 kg?[...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors 4.3.2 Inertia Setting Moment of Inertia[...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors Eccentric Quantity and the Inertia Setting [...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors Calculating the Mo ment of Inertia Refer [...]

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    Setup & Operation 4. Setting of End Ef fectors G3 Rev .1 45 (c) Moment of inertia of a sphe[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5. Motion Range CAUTION ■ When setting up the mo[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range G3 Rev .1 47 5.1 Motion Range Setting by Pulse Ra[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5.1.1 Max. Pulse Range of Joint #1 The 0 (zero) pul[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5.1.2 Max. Pulse Range of Joint #2 The 0 (zero) pul[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 50 G3 Rev .1 5.1.3 Max. Pulse Range of Joint #3 [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5.2 Motion Range Setting by Mechanical S tops Mecha[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5.2.1 Setting the Mechanical S t ops of Joint s #1 a[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range G3 Rev .1 53 R L Join t #2 Mechanical Sto p[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 54 G3 Rev .1 (1) T urn OFF the Controller . ([...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range G3 Rev .1 55 5.2.2 Setting the Mechanical S t op [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 56 G3 Rev .1 (8) Move Joint #3 to its lower lim [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 5.3 Setting the Cartesian (Rectangular) Range i[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 58 G3 Rev .1 T able T op Mounting - S trait Arm [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range T able T op Mounting - Left-Curved Arm Ce nt er[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 60 G3 Rev .1 T able T op Mounting - Right-Curved Arm[...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range G3 Rev .1 61 Multiple Mounting : S trait Arm Ce [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 62 G3 Rev .1 Multiple Mounting : Left-Curved Arm [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range G3 Rev .1 63 Multiple Mounting : Right-Curved Arm [...]

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    Setup & Operation 5. Motion Range 64 G3 Rev .1[...]

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    Maintenance This volume contains maint enance procedures with safety precautions for G3 s[...]

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    Maintenance 1. Safety Maintenance 1. Safety Maintenance Please read this chapter , this manu[...]

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    Maintenance 1. Safety Maintenance 68 G3 Rev .1 CAUTION ■ Be sure to connect the cables [...]

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    Maintenance 2. General Maintenance G3 Rev .1 69 2.2 Inspection Point 2.2.1 Inspection[...]

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    Maintenance 2. General Maintenance 2.3 Greasing The ball screw spline and reduction gea r un[...]

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    Maintenance 2. General Maintenance 2.4 T ightening Hexagon Socket Head Cap Bolts Hexagon s[...]

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    Maintenance 2. General Maintenance 2.6 Layout of Maintenance Parts 2.6.1 T able T op Mo[...]

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    Maintenance 2. General Maintenance 2.6.2 Multiple Mounting G3-**1SM : S tandard-model Po w[...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers 3. Covers All procedures for removing and installing cove rs in maintena[...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers G3 Rev .1 75 T able T op Mounting Multiple Mounting Arm bottom [...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers 76 G3 Rev .1 (3) T urn OFF the Controller . (4) Unscrew the arm[...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers G3 Rev .1 77 3.2 Arm Bottom Cover Unscrew the arm bottom cover m[...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers 3.4 Connector Plate ■ Do not remove the connector plate fo rcibly . [...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers 3.5 Connector Sub Plate ■ Do not remove the connecto r sub plate fo[...]

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    Maintenance 3. Covers 80 G3 Rev .1 3.7 Heatsink Plate Unscrew the heatsink plate m ountin[...]

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    Maintenance 4. Maintenance Parts List G3 Rev .1 81 4. Maintenance Part s List 4.1 Common P[...]

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    Maintenance 4. Maintenance Parts List 82 G3 Rev .1 4.2 Parts by Environment Model 4.[...]