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How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hello All,

 

I am working on Trial Veriosn of RobotExpert and created my own Robot & defined its Kenamatics. 

I am stuck in exporting the JT file with Kenamatixs.of the Robot.

Once the JT file is imported back the kenamatics are not defined and we have to define the kenamtics again.

Please let me know if there is an option to export the JT with kinematics. 

 

Regards,

Gowtham HN 

Wipro 

5 REPLIES

Re: How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom
The JT-export never contains kinematics.
To store your robot, simply do 'end modelling' and name your .cojt.

Re: How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Pioneer
Pioneer

I have one question about modeling cojt file.

Must we implement the .cojt model with kinematic information using kinematic editor of Process Simulate? Can we create the model using other 3D modeling software like NX with kinematic and then export it into Process Simulate? If so, how to do that? And where will Process Simulate save the kinematic model information, in the .jt file in cojt folder or somewhere else?

Re: How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Experimenter
Experimenter

Hello GuidoDamm,

 

Thank you for the reply.

May i please know how to do End Modelling and Save as COJT? I am quiet confused with it. Can you please help me? 

Re: How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

The button "End Modelling" is right next to "Set Modelling Scope"

Re: How to export JT file with Kinematics of the Robot

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

PS Standalone and PS on eMServer do save kinematics in the .cojt.

There is currently no way to import kinematics.

 

PS on Teamcenter however, does also read kinematics from PLMXML referenced by the "Kinematics"-dataset, of an assembly, containing the links as leaf-items.

So it's possible to create kinematics in NX, store to TC and load the assembly in PS with kinematics.