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Introduction

Robot arbetsbänken är ett verktyg för simulering av 6-axliga industrirobotar, som t.ex. Kuka. Denna arbetsbänk är ett pågående arbete för att implementera ett off-line programmeringsverktyg för Robot_6-Axis industrirobotar i FreeCAD. You can do following tasks:

  • set up a simulation environment with a robot and work pieces
  • create and fill up trajectories
  • decompose features of an CAD part to a trajectory
  • simulate the robot movement and reachability
  • export the trajectory to a robot program file

You can do the following tasks:

  • Set up a simulation environment with a robot and work pieces.
  • Create and fill up movement trajectories.
  • Decompose features of a CAD part to a trajectory.
  • Simulate the robot movement and reaching distance.
  • Export the trajectory to a robot program file.

Du kan hitta ett exempel här: Example files or try the Robot tutorial.

Robot Workbench example.jpg

Tools

Here the principal commands you can use to create a robot set-up.

Robots

The tools to create and manage the 6-Axis robots

Trajectories

Tools to create and manipulate trajectories. There are two kinds, the parametric and non parametric ones.

Non parametric trajectories

Parametric trajectories

Skript

Detta avsnitt är genererat från: https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD_sf_master/blob/master/src/Mod/Robot/RobotExample.py Du kan använda den filen direkt, om du vill.

See the Robot API example for a description of the functions used to model the robot displacements.

Tutorials