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Date: 01/03/02 at 8:58 PM
Posted by: ADArnold
In Reply to: Motoman program software posted by David on 06/02/01 at 1:55 PM:
FDE (Floppy Disk Emulation) software is used to transfer programs from the ERC or MRC controllers to a floppy disk. These program files can then be (carefully) modified using a text editor, but you must be thoroughly familiar with the Motoman programming language. Actual offline programming is done using a Motoman 3D simulation program which used to be called 'ROTSY' (Robot Offline Training System Yaskawa). Motoman renamed it 'MOTOSim' in 99. This allows complete PC off-line programming and 3D simulation. Very good program. I used to teach it at Motoman.
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