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Videos: Process Simulate Robotics enables realistic simulation and validation of various industrial cable dresspacks

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The following set of videos shows the creation of flexible cables with various types of attachments in Tecnomatix Process Simulate Robotics software.

 

Rotating attachments, Retract System Type 2 and Type 3 are the latest additions enabling realistic simulation and validation of various industrial cable dresspacks.

 

Cable Dresspack Simulation Cantilever Solution Demonstration 

 

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Cable Dresspack Simulation Retract System Type 2 Demonstration 

 

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Cable Dresspack Simulation Retract System Type 3 Demonstration

 

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Hi,

I am Sudhan from India, it is good to know about the enhanced features in Process Simulate Cable packs. I have some questions reagrding the Cables option in Process simulate, 

1. Are the cables pack used only for robots or can it be customised to represent any flexibles objects as in wire bundles..

2 . If cables option can be extended foe use in representing other wire bundles, is there a way to perform distance analysis/stress analysis on cables..?

 

Any leads will be much appreciated. 

 

Thanks,

Sudhan

Siemens Dreamer

Hello Sudhan,

 

Cables are currently designed for robotics. However you can use them for other purposes with some limitations.

The main limitation is that cable/cable deformation is not handled for now, hence if you have multiple cables they will not update their shapes to avoid penetration.

 

Currently it is possible to do distance analysis on compound resource containing a cable and you can analyse the stress of the cable all along the simulation (with colors expressing the level of stress and information in the simulation monitor)

 

Regards

 

Guillaume