Process Simulate Standalone
Process Simulate basics and robotic path development

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Process Simulate Standalone 15.1
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5 Days
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4 hours each day for 10 Days

In this course, you use the Process Simulate basic tools, as well as perform modeling, define kinematics, import components and development robotic paths.  


Individuals who wish to become knowledgeable using Process Simulate basics.

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Day 1

  • Identify basic concepts for Process Simulate (on eMS) Standalone
  • Identify Process Simulate basics
  • Identify basic tools in Process Simulate environment (part 1)
  • Identify basic tools in Process Simulate environment (part 2)
  • Identify the placement commands
  • Use kinematics to create operations

Day 2

  • Detect collisions
  • Create snapshots, markups, notes, and pictures
  • Create sections and define cables
  • Import component geometry
  • Model geometry in Process Simulate
  • Define basic kinematics in Process Simulate
  • Define basic kinematic cranks and robotic tools

Day 3

  • Define basic robot kinematics
  • Define advanced kinematics, rails, gantries, and positioners
  • Define advanced kinematic functions, compound equipment, and motion parameter files
  • Define part-in-tool robot spot welding paths
  • Adjust welds in spot welding paths
  • Define part-on-robot spot welding paths
  • Search for spot weld guns and use servo guns
  • Define robotic drilling and riveting paths

Day 4

  • Define robotic material handling paths
  • Define robotic arc welding continuous feature paths
  • Define robotic paint continuous feature paths
  • Define other robotic continuous feature paths
  • Test robot reach and set basic robotic path attributes
  • Add via locations to avoid collisions

Day 5

  • Identify other path modification and creation tools
  • Identify location attributes for multiple robot interlocking
  • Create swept volumes, interference zones, and events
  • Examine other robotic path modification tools and techniques (part 1)
  • Examine other robotic path modification tools and techniques (part 2)