A robot program that has the ability to move a robot to any position within the range but without specific path.
A. positive-stop program
B. point-to-point program
C. continuous path program
D. compound program
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In a point-to-point (PTP) robot program, the robot is instructed to move from one point to another, without specific regard to the path taken in between these points. The robot only needs to reach the target position, the exact route it takes to get there isn’t explicitly defined.
This type of programming is often used when the path the robot takes is not important, only the start and end points of the movement are. This is different from a continuous path program, where the robot is given a specific path to follow, not just a start and end point.