Kuka Sim Layout 2.1: A Powerful Tool for Creating 3D Layouts for Systems with KUKA Robots
Kuka Sim Layout 2.1 is a unique program that allows you to create and simulate different layouts and concepts for production systems with KUKA robots. It is the ideal program for marketing and for system integrators who want to present their solutions to end customers and increase their sales success.
With Kuka Sim Layout 2.1, you can design system concepts in advance with very accurate cycle times for increased planning reliability and competitiveness. You can also test the viability of your robot programs and cell layouts with features such as a reachability check and collision detection. You can optimize the operation of your systems and robots outside the production environment â quickly and easily.
Kuka Sim Layout 2.1 is based on a modular software architecture â with an efficient, flexible and durable toolbox principle. The basic package can be expanded with three add-ons: for powerful modeling of an individual component library, for virtual commissioning and for simulation of welding applications. This means you only pay for the functional expansions you actually need.
If you are looking for a keygen or crack for Kuka Sim Layout 2.1, you may be disappointed. This program is not available for free download or illegal activation. You need to purchase a license from KUKA or an authorized distributor to use it legally and safely.
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In this article, we will show you how to use Kuka Sim Layout 2.1 to create a simple 3D layout for a system with a KUKA robot. We will assume that you have already installed the program and activated your license.
Launch Kuka Sim Layout 2.1 from your desktop or start menu.
Click on File > New to create a new project.
Enter a name for your project and choose a location to save it.
Click on OK to open the main window of the program.
On the left panel, you will see the component library, where you can find various models of robots, grippers, conveyors, workpieces and other elements that you can use in your layout.
Drag and drop a robot model from the library to the 3D workspace. You can choose any robot model that suits your needs. For this example, we will use a KR 16-2 robot.
Use the mouse and the toolbar buttons to adjust the position and orientation of the robot in the workspace. You can also use the properties window on the right panel to change the parameters of the robot, such as its name, color, base position and orientation.
Drag and drop a gripper model from the library to the workspace. We will use a pneumatic parallel gripper for this example.
Use the mouse and the toolbar buttons to attach the gripper to the robot's flange. You can also use the properties window to change the parameters of the gripper, such as its name, color and opening width.
Drag and drop a conveyor model from the library to the workspace. We will use a belt conveyor for this example.
Use the mouse and the toolbar buttons to position the conveyor next to the robot. You can also use the properties window to change the parameters of the conveyor, such as its name, color, length, width and speed.
Drag and drop a workpiece model from the library to the workspace. We will use a cube for this example.
Use the mouse and the toolbar buttons to place the workpiece on the conveyor. You can also use the properties window to change the parameters of the workpiece, such as its name, color, size and weight.
You have now created a basic 3D layout for a system with a KUKA robot. You can save your project by clicking on File > Save or Save As. aa16f39245