With robots now a part of our daily lives, it’s a little disconcerting to see that they sometimes don’t do their jobs, and the result is often a robot with no idea how to do them.
We’re here to help you get your robotic friend up and running.
Let’s begin by getting your robot started.
To get your Robo to do something, first, we recommend installing the Robot Setup Utility.
This utility will get your Robot ready to work.
Once the Robot setup is installed, you’ll need to start up a web browser to get the latest information about your robot.
Here’s how: Open your browser Open your robot’s configuration file by clicking the + icon in the upper right corner.
If your Robot is in “Robot” mode, press the “+” button to open the Robot Configuration Window.
At the bottom of the window, you should see the robot name and the name of the robot type, like a “Robo”, “Roboport” or “Robodisc”.
On the next page, click “Manage Settings” and select “Add Robots”.
On this page, choose “Robots”.
Click “Add” to add a new robot.
The first robot you add will be automatically assigned the Robot Name and the Robot Type.
If you’re using the Robo setup utility, select “Manual Setup” to do this manually.
You can select the Robot type you want to use, select the number of robot cores you want the robot to have, and click “Save” to save the settings.
Next, click the “Start Automation” button at the bottom left of the Robo Setup Window.
You should now see a window that looks something like this: You can check “Auto” and “Custom” to turn this on or off for your robot, or you can click “Customize” to change the Robot Types and number of robots you want.
If this is your first time using this, you might want to click “Start”.
Next, you want your robot start to do some tasks.
First, click on the Robot Options button on the left of your Robo Setup window.
You’ll see the Robot Configurations window, and you’ll see three options: “Custom”, “Auto”, and “Standard”.
Click on “Custom”.
This will give you the option to change your Robot Configuration Settings, and to configure your robot by clicking “Add New” on the right of the Robot Window.
If that doesn’t work for you, click OK and click the button “Save”.
Once you click “Add”, your robot should automatically start to configure.
Next click on “Automation”, and you should get an overview of your robot that looks like this (you can click to expand or down to see individual panels): Once you’re done configuring your robot (and maybe even if it doesn’t), click “Send Job” to start sending a job to the Robot.
When you click that, you’re asked to set up the robot’s task settings.
You may need to scroll down to set your Robot Options and start the robot by typing commands in a terminal window (or, if you have a web interface, you can type commands on your phone).
Once the robot starts working, it will be able to do things like move objects or do other tasks.
The Robot Setup utility will ask you a series of questions to get a working robot, but this can take a while, so you may need some time to do it all.
The robot should now be able send jobs and tasks, and after a few minutes, your robot will have completed the task.
This is your robot now.
Now, you may want to try to add more robots.
If so, we can help.
Here are a few ways you can add robots to your robot: Select a robot type.
To add a robot to your Robot Setup, click Add and enter the RobotType you want on the next screen.
(If you’re having trouble choosing the RobotTypes, please check our FAQ page.)
Set the Robot name and type of the robots you would like.
This will allow you to use the RobotName and RobotType when creating new robots.
Click the Robot button on your Robo.
Click on the “Add Robot” button.
You’re now able to add new robots, including robots that already exist, to your Robo setup.
Next you need to select the name for your new robot, and on the Robo Options page, enter the name.
Now that your robot has been added, you are able to set its task settings, and even set a default task for it to do.
To do this, click Apply to begin the robot setup.
If everything is done, your Robo should have the option of adding jobs and sending jobs to the robot.
If the robot doesn’t do any of these things, check “Manually” and add a task for your Robo so it knows what to do next.
If it still doesn’t get a job