Off-line Programming

Dayton, 0.— ROTSY (Robot Off-Line Systems of Yaskawa) programming software is said to make robotic application development simple and reduces its associated costs by implementing robot simulation on a PC. ROTSY users can model a proposed robot cell and perform test cycles before the system is built.

03/01/1998


Dayton, 0.— ROTSY (Robot Off-Line Systems of Yaskawa) programming software is said to make robotic application development simple and reduces its associated costs by implementing robot simulation on a PC. ROTSY users can model a proposed robot cell and perform test cycles before the system is built. The software runs under Microsoft Windows 95 and NT, requires no special hardware, and has simple features so a HMI interface is easily understood, even by robot users. The latest release, Version 4.2., includes enhancements to its CAD-based features, including 3-D design so users can model and layout robot cells with peripheral equipment.

Motoman Inc.





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