Where can I find Manuals for the robot?

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Our product manuals can be viewed either online or offline depending on preference. They are very comprehensive and cover a wide range of topics and functionality including programming, options, function manuals, technical specifications, and much more.

To view our manuals online, you will first need to create an account with Denso Wave at the following address, or by seeing the knowledge base article on the topic. https://www.denso-wave.com/en/robot/member/entry.php

After logging in you can navigate to the address below to access the manuals from a web browser:  https://www.fa-manuals.denso-wave.com/en/

To view our manuals offline, you will still need to create an account with Denso Wave at the following address:   https://www.denso-wave.com/en/robot/member/entry.php

After receiving your log in confirmation, navigate to the address below to for access to the downloads section of the DENSO Wave website:  https://www.denso-wave.com/en/robot/download/manual/

After logging in, you will be able to download the manual of your choice. 

After clicking the link of the desired manual, you will be asked to agree to the DENSO agreement policy.  Upon clicking Agree, your download will begin.

When the download has completed, unzip the file to wherever you plan on storing it.  Double click and open up the unzipped folder.  In it you will see a folder named “en”, and a “readme_en” file.  The readme_en file gives instructions on the best way to view the manuals.

The manuals are a collection of HTML files that can be easily navigated via the “index.html” file.  For ease, it is recommended to right click on this file, create a shortcut, and then move the shortcut to a conveniently accessible location (desktop, manual folder, web browser bookmark, etc.)

Shortcut moved to desktop:

After double clicking on your shortcut, the manual will open up in a web browser window, and notice in the address bar that it is referencing your local computer, not the website.


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