KUKA
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The goal of the seminar is to acquire the following skills:
  • Creating system components in KUKA.Sim using CAD data and integrating them into the simulation
  • Kinematizing and integrating grippers
  • Creating and testing robot programs offline in KUKA.Sim
  • Carrying out cycle time determination and collision check
The goal of the seminar is to be able to:
  • use KUKA.Workvisual as a programming environment (IDE)
  • declare and use complex variables, loops and local sub- programs in KRL (KUKA robot language)
  • program user messages in KRL
  • program movements with calculated positions and relative movements in KRL
  • program reactions to sensor or plc input by using interrupt programming
The goal of this custom training is to acquire functional knowledge of KUKA.Sim 4.x
The goal of this workshop is to acquire functional knowledge of robot start-up, configuration and integration.
  • In part 1 "Cobot for Beginners" you will get an first insight into the basics of a proper structure and safe operation of an LBR iisy system with the iiQKA.OS operating system.
  • In part 2 "Cobot programming for beginners" you will get a first insight into the creation and handling of programs with the operating system iiQKA.OS.
  • In part 3 "Integration of tools" you will get a first insight into the basics of using tools with the operating system iiQKA.OS.
  • In part 4 "Integration of base coordinate systems" you will get a first insight into the basics of using base coordinate systems with the operating system iiQKA.OS.
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