Manually define the coordinates in X, Y, and Z of any point within the working area. The robot moves to this point when running the app and orients the TCP (end effector coordinate system) to the base coordinate system. The coordinates refer to the base coordinate system of the robot.

  • Approaching a coordinate in the workspace of the robot
  • HOME position
  • Defined starting point for a task, even if the robot is somewhere else when starting the task
  • Efficient programming


Limitations / possible parameterisation failure
  • The orientation at the target point is affected by the settings on the end effector coordinate system. If the default values deviate strongly, it can lead to malfunctions (axle limitations)
  • Approaching the target point is linear from the starting point. Collisions can occur.