Created by Molnár Dávid
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 32 Lectures ( 5h 41m ) | Size: 4.2 GB
Programming and simulation in RobotStudio
What you’ll learn:
The course will show how to use the RobotStudio software. It contains the handling of the interface and the most generic options.
Configuration of the robot settings in the virtual environment.
Creating special mechanism which can provide some auxiliary functions for robots. Creating robot tools.
Learn the programming of robots to create own applications
Simulation and testing of the designed robotic application. The different options and opportunities of simulation.
Learn how to build a well-designed robot cell from scratch.
For RobotStudio course, you have to achieve the basic requirement of the RobotStudio software. Please get informed about the minimum system and hardware requirements on the vendor’s page. Regarding of the content of the course, you do not need any former experience or skills.
In this course, the student will learn about the most important and common terms in robotics. It will explain the basics of the robot’s structure, the different types of them, and the parameters that describe an industrial robot. In other words, we will speak about the most common areas where these machines are used.In the RobotStudio course second part, we will explain how to download and install the software and handle the interface. In the videos, the student will see and understand how to create special models, mechanical units, conveyors, robot tools, and a virtual controller. We learn about the TCP, the system and configuration files, and the basics of programming, like I/O operations, movements, cycles, conditional statements, functions and arrays. It will explain the differences between the variables. In the videos, we define coordinate systems for the robots and show how to set up a multimove system where robots cooperate and work together. Here, the student can also learn how to create a spectacular simulation.Lastly, through three projects, we show practically how to make a station with a simulation from absolute zero. The projects are downloadable, you can play with it and modify it as you want.I suggest everyone this course to everyone who has no experiences with RobotStudio and want to learn it. It can show some new features to those who have used it for a while.