[Official] UFactory Studio update V2.0.0

Dear clients,

We have developed UFACTORY Studio and firmware V2.0.0, some functions and operation logic may be quite different from Studio V1.x.x version.

Please refer to xArm user manual Appendix 4 to check the update method.

Please read the UFACTORY Studio 2.0 Update Notice carefully, and ensure that you totally understand the risk of updating, UFACTORY assumes no responsibility for any issues mentioned in the Update Notice.

UFACTORY Studio 2.0 Update Notice

1. What’s new in UFACTORY Studio 2.0.0? Do I need to upgrade?

Compared with UFACTORY Studio 1.x.x, UFACTORY Studio 2.0.0 has changes in function modules, operation logic, and control logic. If your UFACTORY products (xArm 5, xArm6, xArm 7, Lite 6, etc.) have been deployed, it is not recommended to do the upgrade.

Major update section:

  1. The software interface and interaction methods have changed.
  2. Added, removed, and changed some code blocks of Blockly.
  3. The Python IDE cancels the separate entry.
  4. Remove timed tasks and periodic tasks.
  5. The TCP load and TCP offset settings are combined into one setting.
  6. Added, removed, and changed some settings pages.

2. What are the risks for me to upgrade to UFACTORY Studio 2.0?

Risks include, but are not limited to:

  1. The robotic arm cannot be started normally.
  2. The movement trajectory of the robot arm changes.
  3. The control logic of the external device of the robotic arm has changed.
  4. Previously available functions disappear.

If the above situation occurs, please contact UFACTORY technical support.

Situations that may arise under extreme conditions, including but not limited to:

  1. Abnormal operation of the robotic arm may cause damage to the robotic arm or other property losses.
  2. Abnormal operation of the machine may cause casualties.

In the event of the above, UFACTORY assumes no responsibility.

3. What do I need to do after I upgrade UFACTORY Studio 2.0.0?

  1. After the upgrade is completed, the robot arm should be regarded as a brand new robot arm for a comprehensive safety assessment.
  2. For existing projects, it is necessary to reduce the TCP speed to below 250mm/s and the joint speed to below 40°/s to re-test.

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