Construct machine sequences, create motion trajectories without code

Used In:

  • Application development stages
  • Designing motion trajectories
  • Testing motion sequences
  • Executing repetitive sequences during testing

The G-MAS Script Manager (GSM) is built into the Elmo Application Studio (EAS). It can manage and control all axes motions located under the G-MAS EtherCAT / CANopen fieldbus Network via executional function blocks.

The GSM executes most motion-related FB modules using the
PLC-Open standard. Additional executional modules for administrative, iterations and conditional FBs can also be used. The tool allows the user to construct, execute, load, save, and debug machine sequences, and create motion trajectories in a very simple and prompt manner without writing a single line of code.

Design Features

  • Ideal for creating both simple and complex machine motion sequences
  • Perform complex motion trajectories using segments that are connected by special transitions
  • Enables drag-and-drop insertion of PLC motion functions into the active command queue
  • Set the kinematics for MCS coordinated motions
  • Write DS402 Homing scripts
  • Use administrative function blocks (FBs) as part of the synchronized sequence
  • Use conditional and time based state modules
  • Execute user program functions
  • And much more…

How to use the GSM tool starting from

        • Step 1: Configuring the Network using the EAS network configuration tool.
        • Step 2: Building the required Machine sequences to perform Single Axis Homing and Single Axis PTP Motions using G-MAS Script Manager.
        • Step 3: Recording an axis motion.

How to use the GSM tool starting from

        • Step 1: Building the application workspace
        • Step 2: Building the required Machine sequences to perform Multi axis Homing & Multi Axis synchronized (ACS) PTP Motions using G-MAS Script Manager.

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