RISE is a coherent, interactive interface controlling the power of Robotmaster from within a comprehensive robot simulation software environment. It provides a unique integration of user control and user intervention, with the speed and flexibility of Robotmaster's renowned automation and optimization tools, for the ultimate in robot programming software. This new graphical interface elevates Robotmaster to a new and unprecedented standard of user experience.
The new and unique Robotmaster robot simulation software environment provides easy and intuitive control of your robots unparalleled by any other robot programming software for CAD/CAM systems. You can easily modify the robot's positions and trajectories, manually or automatically, by a simple click-and-drag of the robot's arm, axes, tools or your work piece. Robotmaster V6 is the perfect marriage of the users's manufacturing knowledge, powerful CAD/CAM programming tools and our unique robot specific optimization. Robotmaster robot simulation software creates perfect robot trajectories quickly without costly and tedious iterations.
Users now have numerous options within the new simulator environment to manage transition moves between operations. You can jog the robot joint by joint, move the robot on the work piece or tool frames and easily change the base, elbow or wrist configurations.
The Robotmaster V6 robot programming software revolutionizes the user experience with its intuitive click-and-drag interface and incorporates numerous user requested enhancements, including: point-specific editing, process settings, commands and triggers. Additionally, the new operations list provides reach and error status icons, "quick verify" options to reduce analysis times, dynamic and automatic reach limit display, user's work coordinate system referencing and much more.
A more powerful and intuitive workspace analysis feature is fully integrated into RISE for rapid and optimal positioning of your parts. Easy visualization of the robot's reach limits, coupled with dynamic recalculation, clearly shows the full impact of changes made on all operations. The workspace analysis and visualization environment also supports rails and rotary tables.
The integration of robot programming software parameters specific to the user's process (e.g. welding, cutting, etc.) is now simplified by new parameter screens. These user modifiable screens define the interface, terminology and control settings unique to the application. The process parameters can be created, modified and fully controlled by the user for the entire program, specific operations or at select points.
Robotmaster seamlessly integrates robot programming, simulation and code generation while delivering quicker robot programming.
Streamlined CAD engine makes design work easier than ever before. Each piece of geometry you create is "live", letting you quickly modify it until it''s exactly what you want. Traditional functions are consolidated into a few simple clicks to simplify the creation of even the most complex parts.
Alternatively the part may be created using other CAD software and the model may be imported either directly in your choice of native or neutral file formats. Data translators are available for IGES, Parasolid®, SAT (ACIS solids), AutoCAD® (DXF, DWG, and Inventor TM files), SolidWorks®, Solid Edge®, STEP, EPS, CADL, STL, VDA, and ASCII, CATIA®, Pro/E®, and more.
Every shop faces engineering changes and two powerful new tools are available - File Tracking and Change Recognition - that give you an easy way to identify CAD model revisions and streamline programming an updated file. The real power of these tools becomes clear when receiving engineering changes to a large file with multiple operations. Something as simple as a few additional drill holes could be frustrating to identify. Now, with a few mouse clicks, you can immediately locate and program these changes, saving valuable time.
Create simple or complex robot trajectories accurately without teaching points. The programming of the robot trajectory is done graphically using the same process and tools used for CNC machines, by selecting geometry (lines, arcs, part edges and/or 3D part). Once the geometry is selected, parameter boxes guide the user in making the proper selection of process information. The software automatically generates the robot trajectory based on the above information.
Fully associative geometry and toolpaths let you modify the geometry or machining parameters and immediately get an accurate, updated toolpath.
Use Robotmaster's extensive configuration library to easily select your Robot and End-of-arm Tooling and convert CAD/CAM toolpaths for your specific hardware requirements and setup. Choose from FANUC, ABB, MOTOMAN, KUKA, STAUBLI and more. Enter robot operating parameters like:
Use the graphical interface to fine-tune the parameters by which Robotmaster will translate the 2 to 5 axis CNC toolpath data into a 6-axis robot toolpath.
Use automated settings to quickly optimize robot motion and precise control of rotation around tool for:
Validate the programs by using Robotmaster's robot simulator.
Robotmaster's post-processor generates the robot-ready program file