Process Simulate Standalone
Process Simulate basics and robotic path development

Course Code
Process Simulate Standalone 15.1
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List Price
$3,000.00 (USD)
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Training Center Duration
5 Days
LIVE Online Duration
4 hours each day for 10 Days

En este curso, utilizará las herramientas básicas de Process Simulate, además de realizar modelado, definir cinemática, importar componentes y desarrollar rutas robóticas.


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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)