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    Offline Programming Electroimpact Offline Programming Software

    Electroimpact Offline Programming Software

    Simulation Integrated Manufacturing by Electroimpact, or SIMpact, is a lightweight, simulation-based offline programming softwareSimulation Integrated Manufacturing by Electroimpact, or SIMpact, is a lightweight, simulation-based offline programming softwaresystem developed exclusively for Electroimpact’s automated drilling and fastening machines and Accurate Robots.

    SIMpact Robotics

    SIMpact Robotics is built upon the Delmia Robotics infrastructure, incorporating native device building, kinematics, programspecification, simulation, clash analysis, and post-processing capabilities.

    Integrated OLP-Machine Development

    Each application of SIMpact Robotics is developed in parallel with the automation components of the project. The establishedcapabilities of SIMpact for each robot or machine type are tailored to the customer’s requirements for each project. This ensuresmaximum compatibility and simulation accuracy, as well as minimum change time to the software if changes to the machine are made.

    Minimal Software Infrastructure

    SIMpact Robotics is built on the Delmia Robotics infrastructure, meaning no software compatibility issues with Catia or Delmia, andeliminates Catia block point issues due to Dassult Systme’s co-development of both.

    SIMpact Robotics has no additional licensing requirements besides Catia Mechanical Design and Delmia Robotics.

    Minimal Machine-Specific User Interface

    Each instance of SIMpact Robotics provides a machine-specific form-based user interface through customized toolbars within Delmia Robotics.This user interface is tailored for each project, incorporating only the functions necessary for the device being programmed. This minimizestraining and mistakes through simplification of the interface.

    Process Tools

    SIMpact Robotics incorporates design tables for fastener mapping, material mapping and drill tools. The software incorporates automatedstack thickness and material interrogation from the workpiece models when creating cycle tags to be programmed.

    SIMpact Robotics allows the NC programmer to:

    • Set local reference features that will be located by the machine
    • Sequence drill cycles
    • Modify cycle parameters such as countersink depth
    • Add jogs and waypoint moves to allow collision-free movement between cycles
    Accurate Simulation and Analysis Capabilities

    SIMpact allows accurate simulation of each NC program and robot/machine devices in the context of the workpiece design models, including whole orpartial program simulation using start and end markers.

    It incorporates the Delmia clash analysis functionality to detect potential collisions with workpieces or tooling, or to define a clearance envelope for safe machine movement.

    Cycle Visualization

    SIMpact provides cycle visualization during simulation. This allows the programmer to see:

    • A circle where and when a hole is drilled
    • Two concentric circles where and when a drill/countersink cycle is performed
    • A fastener instance where and when one is inserted
    Customized Post Processors

    The SIMpact post processor is tailored to the requirements of each project. It directly scans the program tree structure when compiling programs toensure maximum accuracy and concurrency with simulation, and checks for common program syntax errors made by the NC programmer before posting a program.

    Electroimpact Training and Support

    As SIMpact is based in Delmia, the interface will be familiar to Catia users.

    Mentoring and further training can be provided by onsite Electroimpact engineering during production support at no additional cost. Offsite softwaresupport is provided directly by Electroimpact engineers based in Mukilteo, WA.

    SIMpact Machining

    SIMpact Machining is a lightweight version of SIMpact based in Catia Advanced Machining and is used for Electroimpact’s FlexTrack line ofproducts. It incorporates toolpath generation and visualization, workpiece material stack interrogation, program specification and postprocessing capabilities.

    Like SIMpact Robotics above, SIMpact Machining incorporates:

    • Integrated OLP-machine development to ensure maximum accuracy and compatibility with the automation components of the project
    • Minimal software infrastructure based in Catia Machining eliminating software compatibility issues and minimizing licensing requirements
    • Minimal machine-specific user interface tailored for each project, incorporating only the functions necessary for the device being programmed
    • Customized post processors tailored to the requirements of each project, ensuring maximum program accuracy and checking for common program syntax errors before posting a p
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