RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SOFTWARE TOOL FOR PARAMETRIC MODELING OF ROBOTIZED WORKPLACES

Abstract

Designing a robotic workplace is a time and knowledge intensive process. It requires systems engineers who specialise in the design of this type of workplace and have the appropriate know-how in this area. Due to the time-consuming nature and the small number of experts, a small number of solution options are often created, from which the most suitable one is subsequently developed. The aim of the development was to create a tool that would simplify the design of robotic workplaces. The result is a software tool integrated into the SolidWorks CAD system. The tool uses a database of models. The connection between the developed software tool and the database is realized through the API of the SolidWorks CAD system. Thanks to this tool, it is possible to simplify and speed up the work of workplace design. More variant solutions can be developed and overall better results can be achieved.

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