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FANUC's QSSR Package Enables G-Code Programming of Machine-Tending Robots

IMTS Spark: FANUC America’s Quick and Simple Startup of Robotization (QSSR) package enables its CNCs to control connected robots providing machine tending. 
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FANUC QSSR

FANUC America’s Quick and Simple Startup of Robotization (QSSR) package enables its CNCs to control connected robots providing machine tending. The QSSR G-code feature allows operators and machine tool builders to program robots through the FANUC CNC in ISO-standard G-code format. Those unfamiliar with robotic programming language will no longer require additional training or specialization because the programming can be performed with G code, the company says. A reliance on a separate teach pendant for the robot is also greatly reduced with the capability of robotic programming and operation through the CNC user interface. The G-code feature is available on Oi-F, Oi-F Plus, 30i-B and 30i-B Plus CNCs from FANUC.

QSSR not only eases connection of a FANUC robot through a high-speed Ethernet cable to a machine tool, but also simplifies robotic setup, programming and operation, the company says.

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