The MotoSim EG-VRC Off-Line Programming Module teaches programmers, engineers, and service personnel the fundamentals of robot cell development and offline programming concepts based on the Motoman NX100, FS100, DX100, DX200 and YRC1000 Controller. The NX100, FS100, DX100, DX200 or YRC1000 Basic Programming Module is a prerequisite to this module. The student must also be familiar with Windows®-type software.
Students learn to develop robot workcell simulations with NX100, FS100, DX100, DX200 and YRC1000 robot controllers.
This course consists of classroom lectures reinforced with demonstrations. Topics relate to real-world cell development and cycle time concerns. Students perform workshop exercises which emphasize lecture topics and can expect to spend a majority of their time in graphical cell development. Class size is kept small, typically six or fewer, to promote an interactive, hands-on learning atmosphere. This allows students to work closely with Motoman instructors to grasp the concepts of graphical off-line programming.
Students receive a copy of the MotoSim EG-VRC Off-Line Programming Training Manual which details the functions and operation of MotoSim. Additional handouts relate to specific topics covered in the class. Students are urged to take notes, participate in workcell labs, and bring up specific offline programming issues.
The NX100, FS100, DX100, DX200 or YRC1000 Basic Programming Module is a prerequisite to this module.
Primary topics include:
- Software components and installation
- Menus and dialog boxes
- Opening and creating cells
- Adding robots
- Modeling equipment and parts
- Creating robot jobs in MotoSim
- Non-motion programming
- Input/output use
- Collision detection
- OLP pick
- Multi-tool operations
Training class schedules are subject to be changed without notice, based on instructor availability. All Training classes are held in the Miamisburg, OH Training Facility unless other prior arrangements have been confirmed.
Attendees who complete the required number of contact hours will receive a certificate of completion. Those who meet the contact hours requirement, and score 70% or better on the final exam, will be awarded Continuing Education Units (CEUs).