New Motoman EG VRC 2018-SP2 Robot Software Updates For Simplified Programming

Jan 28, 2019

Motoman recently released an upgraded version of the MotoSim EG VRC software. The MotoSim EG VRC 2018-SP2 version has new updates to simplify robotic programming. Check out the latest features in this Motoman robot software.

Motoman Robot Software MotoSim VRC 2018-SP2

The new and improved Moto­Sim EG VRC 2018-SP2 is here and it does not dis­ap­point! The Moto­Sim EG (Motoman Simula­tion Sys­tem with Enhanced Graph­ics) VRC is a high­ly accu­rate PC based soft­ware used to build sim­u­la­tions and con­duct offline programming.

Accu­rate Simulation 

The soft­ware makes it eas­i­er to visu­al­ize, test, and pro­gram robot­ic sys­tems and work out any kinks that may have instead hap­pened on the shop floor. 

The Moto­sim EG VRC pro­vides accu­rate 3D sim­u­la­tion of robot cells to help with col­li­sion detec­tion and pre­cise analy­sis and cycle time cal­cu­la­tions. The robot con­troller dis­plays the actu­al pro­gram­ming pen­dant inter­face mak­ing vir­tu­al pro­gram­ming steps iden­ti­cal to the real world. The recent soft­ware upgrade offers improved 3D graph­ics speeds and CADTree enhancements. 

Easy Pro­gram­ming

There is an adjustable auto­mat­ic robot path gen­er­a­tion based on 3D CAD mod­el infor­ma­tion that pro­vides motion type, veloc­i­ty, num­ber of posi­tions gen­er­at­ed, and work angle. These pro­gram posi­tions can be gen­er­at­ed in just sec­onds by manip­u­lat­ing each robot axis with the drag­ging of a mouse. 

Teach­Point Mod­el allows mod­els to be cre­at­ed from taught jobs and the mod­el library allows sub­cat­e­gories to be cre­at­ed with mod­el scripts. User set­tings can now be import­ed and export­ed, and scal­ing is auto-con­fig­ured for HID­PI displays. 

If need­ed, The Moto­sim EG VRC eas­i­ly allows 3D PFD and AVI files to be cre­at­ed to view and share cell lay­outs. 3D CAD files can be direct­ly import­ed into Moto­sim EG VRC and fre­quent­ly used mod­els can sim­ply be dragged/​dropped into a cell. 

Reduced down­time

An offline cell design helps to reduce robot instal­la­tion time, down­time, expens­es, and fix­tur­ing errors. It accu­rate­ly mea­sures dis­tances, cre­ates per­ma­nent mea­sure­ment lines, and nec­es­sary com­ments and markups. 

Being able to pro­gram offline helps to reduce pro­gram­ming time and increase the over­all uptime on the pro­duc­tion line. It also pro­vides the abil­i­ty to pro­gram new parts before pro­duc­tion begins, increase effi­cien­cy by mod­i­fy­ing any cur­rent robot pro­grams, and to sim­pli­fy pro­gram­ming with a detailed plot pro­vid­ing the robot’s trajectory. 

Ver­sa­tile Software 

This com­pre­hen­sive soft­ware sup­ports mul­ti-robot and mul­ti-con­troller sim­u­la­tion and is cus­tomiz­able for appli­ca­tions includ­ing arc and spot weld­ing, cut­ting, han­dling, paint­ing, and sealing. 

There are also new robot mod­els added, improve­ments to the robot range lim­it safe­ty fence set­ting, and new con­troller ver­sions added for NX100, DX200, YRC1000, and YRC1000 micro. 

Con­tact Robots​.com

If you are inter­est­ed in the upgrad­ed Moto­Sim EG VRC 2018-SP2 soft­ware con­tact Robots​.com experts at 8777626881 or online. Robots​.com rep­re­sen­ta­tives can answer all the ques­tions you may have about the ben­e­fits to a Moto­sim EG VRC 2018-SP2 soft­ware upgrade. 

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