Assembly Device Validation - IC.IDO validating kinematics and manipulator behavior

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by Niklas Lewander on 2 Jun 2020
Kinematic Devices defined simply
Validating the behavior of assembly assist devices, or other industrial manipulators, and the human operators interaction with those devices and the product being manufactured using those devices is not a trivial matter. Significant investment in the design and engineering of these devices can go wasted if the devices are not evaluated well enough in advance to recognize issues with the design, localization, and integration of these assembly or service tools before taking new products to production. In this tutorial video, we will show how to rapidly define the physical behavior of new devices for validation in IC.IDO.
 
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IC.IDO
 
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Virtual Reality