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What’s new with Fuzzy 4.10?

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Hi Fuzzers! We meet again for this new changelog where the focus is on Fuzzy RTOS, and more particularly on the communication between Fuzzy RTOS and Fuzzy Studio. A few new features have been added to this new release, which is sure to please our users. Let’s go!

 

New Fuzzy RTOS connection wizard

We begin this changelog with a long-awaited arrival: a new connection wizard for Fuzzy RTOS. This means, quite simply, the announced disappearance of the Fuzzy RTOS Launcher for future versions, which until now has been necessary for any connection to a real robot.

Now more intuitive, and requiring less effort to set up, the wizard immediately suggests the robot controller, lets you view and access the different Fuzzy RTOS available on your network, and automatically configures the MQTT bridge. The idea is to eliminate most manual intervention during connection like setting up IP addresses. The wizard also offers troubleshooting assistance, should a connection problem arise.

 

Introducing I/O support for ABB and Fanuc controller

Until now, Fuzzy Studio was only able to communicate with an external environment (tool, sensors, incoming and outgoing flows) via a PLC and the supplied exchange tables. Today, we are delighted to announce the compatibility of Fuzzy RTOS with robot internal IOs on ABB and Fanuc controllers, via a Rest API. This means that, for the time being, for these two brands, a PLC is no longer the only way to control or check external equipment, such as tooling or sensors, as long as it is wired to the robot’s IOs. Please note that the feature is currently in beta. Modifications may occur in the next versions to stabilize the API. Your feedback is warmly welcomed !

 

Robot tools are now linked with trajectories

This feature improves the handling of robot tools as trajectory parameters. Gone are the days of requiring the specific tool and TCP couple attached to the robot to generate trajectories. Now, users can configure this directly before generating trajectories, streamlining the process and eliminating unnecessary steps. A button also lets you define the tool actually in use to generate the selected trajectory. Even if the selected tool doesn’t appear visually, its TCP is represented. You can therefore generate as many toolpaths as possible, and associate them with as many TCPs as desired. Ideal for applications where tooling changes occur on similar trajectories.

 

New search bar and filters in dropdown list in transform editor

To make the transform editor easier to use, a new smart dropdown list has been included. This new dropdown separates selected elements from other elements to find objects quickly. Additionally, a convenient search bar has been integrated, facilitating effortless discovery of desired objects. Moreover, users can now easily filter out waypoints, simplifying the list for smoother interaction.

 

Adding French language support for changelog

The changelog is now accessible in French, mirroring the availability of the entire software interface in the same language. To access it, Fuzzy must first be set to French.

 

New robot models supported in Fuzzy Studio library

Finally, we welcome several new robot models to our library, ready for immediate use in your applications: Yaskawa GP50, UR 20, UR30, Fanuc 200iD/4S, Fanuc P-350iA/45 (left and right), Fanuc M-710iC/70 and Fanuc M-710iC/50.

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Cedric Vandermeersch

Cedric Vandermeersch

Curiosity, Experience, Technology. As an application engineer with a proven track record in the EdTech & Robotics industry, I look forward to developing new products through ambitious and holistic approaches to educate many generations of citizens and industrial leaders.

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