Welding Solution Pack - AMADA EU

Welding Solution Pack

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WELDING Solution Pack: software solution for welding machines

The pack comprises the following applications:

AP100 EU
PRODUCTION DESIGNER
VPSS 3i WELD

The prototyping flow initially involves assigning sheet metal attributes to 2D and 3D drawings and saving them in a database using AP100 EU and PRODUCTION DESIGNER.

By uploading parts to VPSS 3i WELD, users can automatically manage the positions to weld on the piece, robot handling and the generation of the machine programme.
The interface is simple and intuitive for users to make any changes to the welded part.

The processed programme will be saved in a database so it can be called up on the machine numerical control.

BROCHURE

 

IMPORTING AND DEVELOPING NATIVE 3D FILES

PRODUCTION DESIGNER lets the user import and convert the main native formats of 2D and 3D CAD drawings (SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Inventor, Catia V5, ProEngineer, Step, Iges) in sheet metal.VPSS 3i WELD is the external CAM software used for creating programs in a virtual 3D environment. This software allows the complete preparation of programs, and a simulation tool puts the operator in a position of being able to detect and solve conflicts prior to production. 

With auto and manual selection of weld lines, weld types and various other functions VPSS 3i WELD is a simple intuitive program to solve what was previously a complex process. 

 

CAM MODULE FOR THE PROCESSING OF OFFLINE WELDING

VPSS 3i WELD can be configured based on customer needs.

This feature lets users manage all programming phases in offline mode (association of welding parameters, robot handling, processing sequences).

 

PART FEASIBILITY CONTROLLED BY THE TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT

VPSS 3i WELD lets you monitor all phases of the welding cycle in a 3D environment. Any collisions are reported by the programme, to guarantee the utmost safety when developing parts to manufacture.

DISPLAYING THE 3D PROCESSING SIMULATION

VPSS 3i Weld lets users reproduce a realistic simulation of the welding sequence in a 3D environment.

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