AMC Bridge Demonstrates the Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor POC
AMC Bridge Demonstrates the Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor POC

As construction robotics is gaining traction in the industry, AMC Bridge is looking for technological approaches to help our clients on their way to automation and digitalization. The Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor® proof of concept (POC) demonstrates how robot-based sealant application to wall panels can be designed and simulated using the Autodesk Inventor® CAD package and Robotics Library™.

Oct 20, 2020
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Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor
Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor

Robotic Construction Caulking for Autodesk Inventor® is a proof of concept (POC) that demonstrates design and simulation of robot-based sealant application to wall panel elements utilizing the capabilities of the Autodesk Inventor® software and the features of the Robotics Library™.

Oct 19, 2020
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Advancing Robotics Simulation by AMC Bridge: Hirata Robot Simulator Case Study
Advancing Robotics Simulation by AMC Bridge: Hirata Robot Simulator Case Study

Industrial robotics simulation is one of the most effective solutions to eliminate costly design mistakes that can often be discovered only in the late stages of the production workflow.

One of the leading vendors of the complex robotic systems challenged its software development group to enhance the company’s equipment with advanced software applications and AMC Bridge joined the group to develop a desktop application of a prototype simulator that enables robot teaching and simulates operations of robot systems for Hirata, an international production engineering company based in Japan.

May 19, 2020
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Sculpture robot machining from MecSoft RhinoCAM

This example shows how to create a 5-axis robot machining project for sculpting using RhinoCAM and RoboDK. This project uses a KUKA robot synchronized with a linear rail and a two-axis turntable (9 synchronized axes).

May 06, 2020
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