The software developer RoboDK is pleased to announce the availability of RoboDK 5.2.5 is a powerful and cost-effective simulator for industrial robots and robot programming. What's new in RoboDK 5.2.5 - Date: 2021-08-16 –> New in RoboDK v5.2.5 (2021-08-16): Improved library Fixed reverse zoom option not being remembered –> New in RoboDK v5.2.5 (2021-08-14): Improved app loader plugin to support linking actions to multiples items and item types Improved multithread support for the Python API Improved blend radius check for UR post processors –> New in RoboDK v5.2.5 (2021-08-11): Fixed generating reports for robot calibration, report generation uses the white theme Added multi thread support for a single Python robolink connection –> New in RoboDK v5.2.5 (2021-08-10): Improved pose display of joint targets, the pose of a joint target is now with respect to the parent it is attached to Improved cylinder detection with the measure tool Added option to customize item icons in the tree RoboDK is a powerful and cost-effective simulator for industrial robots and robot programming. RoboDK’s simulation and offline programming tools allow you to program robots outside the production environment, eliminating production downtime caused by shop floor programming. No programming skills are required with the intuitive RoboDK graphical interface. Easily simulate and program industrial robots offline from your 3D models and deploy robot programs avoiding singularities, axis limits and collisions with just a few clicks. Furthermore, RoboDK provides robot calibration and performance testing solutions according to ISO 9283 standard and allow users to improve robot accuracy by a factor of 2 to 10. RoboDK has an extensive library of over 500 robot arms among 50 robot manufacturers and works with more than 50 partners to be distributed worldwide. Advanced users can program any robot using the same universal programming language and the RoboDK API available in Python, C#, Visual Basic, C++ and Matlab. Furthermore, it is very easy to automate repetitive tasks and integrate the 3D simulation environment with your projects: This video shows how to create a sequence movement with a robot and export it as a program. RoboDK was founded in 2015 as a spin-off company from the CoRo laboratory at ETS University in Montreal, Canada. The CoRo lab is equipped with many industrial robots and focuses its activities on applied research, making it one of the most prestigious robotics laboratory in Canada. RoboDK has grown quickly since it was founded and is used by companies of all sizes from startups to the world's largest corporations. RoboDK now offers an extensive library of over 500 robot arms, more than 50 partners and thousands of active users.
Product: RoboDK Version: 5.2.5 Supported Architectures: x64 Website Home Page :https://robodk.com/ Languages Supported: multilanguage System Requirements: PC * Size: 420.7 mb