RoboCell integrates Scorbase robotic control software with
interactive 3D solid modeling simulation software. RoboCells
virtual robots and devices accurately replicate the actual
dimensions and functions of SCORBOT equipment.
Students can teach positions, write programs and debug robotic
applications offline before executing them in an actual workcell.
RoboCell allows students to experiment with a variety of simulated
robotic cells with ER-9 PRO
robot equipped with servo or pneumatic gripper, even if the actual
workcells do not exist in the lab.
Advanced students can even design 3D objects and import them into
RoboCell for use in virtual workcells.
ROBOTIC WORKCELL SETUP:
- Interactive graphic setup enables creation of virtual robotic
- Simple point and click manipulation of object for placement and
- Peripheral axis placement and connection
- Part definitions and properties
- Definition and connection of sensors and I/O devices.
- Definition of parts in storage devices and feeders; feeders can supply
any quantity of any part.
- Definition of CNC machines, control of machine doors and machine cycle
- Predefined welding cell; user can modify.
- CAD file import utility for user-defined parts and objects.
- Setup module can be activated directly from SCORBASE module.
PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL:
- Fully integrated with SCORBASE control software, tool for
programming and operating robotic workcells.
DYNAMIC 3D SIMULATION:
- 3D graphic display module provides dynamic simulation & tracking of the
robot and devices in the workcell.
- Simulation of robot movements and gripper part manipulation.
- Simulation of peripheral axes: conveyor belts, XY tables, rotary
tables, linear slidebases
- Simulation of CNC mills and lathes: moveable machine parts such as
door, chuck and spindle
- Simulation of automated welding system: welding of multiple parts of
- Simulation of parts: objects fall according to laws of gravity
- Simulation of different types of sensors.
- Detection and response to impact conditions and axis limits.
- Point and click on screen to move the robot and teach position.
- Display of robot origin, work envelope and gripper position.
- Display of coordinates of workcell objects and devices: absolute
positions or positions relative to robot origin.
- Display of names of robot, workcell objects and devices.
- Pentium 4 Dual Core with 3 GHz processor or higher, equipped with CD
- At least 512 MB RAM (1 GB for Vista).
- A hard drive with at least 60 MB of free disk space.
- Windows XP SP3 32 bit, Windows Vista & Windows 7 32/64 bit
- A VGA or better graphics display, minimum 256 colors
- A mouse or other pointing device
- USB port