Nowadays, an off-line simulation of robotic workplaces and complete lines become an integral part of their design and subsequent implementation. Doubly true for the automotive industry, where every year brings increasing requirements on the project and its overall intensity. In the area of robotics simulation, the company Blumenbecker Prag offers solutions tailored to customer requirements. Using modern software tools and in accordance with the specifications of the customer we create a realistic work place simulation, from initial design concept through virtual construction up to an actual working process.
The software for robotic simulation lets you work primarily with 3D models. An important function is a static and dynamic collision detection, which has a major impact on the functionality of the entire process, as well as early detection of the problem and the related cost reductions. For the primary concept it is also possible to use a 2D representation, which serves as a basic element for the design of the robotic process. Other important features for its simulation are:
In parallel with the ever increasing deployment of industrial robots and robotic lines to various industries grows demand for their off-line simulations. This applies generally for any production and especially for automotive segment, which is given due to the large series in production emphasis on quality, functional process and shortening of the production cycle of the production line as a whole.
We focus primarily on a off-line simulation (implemented outside the workplace). We can offer a multi-year experience in automotive industry, an experience with the creation and completion of the projects for Skoda Auto, Volkswagen, Audi, BMW and others and with them related simulations. We also use simulation for the most common technologies, such as:
Technologies requiring special procedures can be done after mutual consultation. For the project design we use the following simulation software:
Simulation software works with standard JT ™ visualization. Input 3D data is usually supplied by the customer. In some cases, when the customer does not have this data available, this is manufactured directly by us. In this case, however, the simulation may not be wholly precise (for example when the source is an image coming from the production hall). The simulation output is normally provided in the aforementioned JT ™ format, unless it is set - after mutual agreement with the customer - in other way.
For the future we plan to introduce a digital commissioning process. It is based on the full working tool integration into a one unit and
Providing comprehensive solutions "from a single source."