Emulate3D Monthly Newsletter - V2019 Released!

Company Emulate3D
Date 13.12.2019

Emulate3D December 2019 Newsletter – Emulate3D V2019 Released! CyberKnights put Demo3DVR to Good Use in First Robotics Competition

New Features and Functionality in V2019

Update Your Emulate3D Licenses Now! 

The age of CAD Is The Model (CITM) is truly upon us – you can now use the technology within Autodesk Inventor and Revit as well as SOLIDWORKS, and we’ve added further mechanisms, Aspect types and solvers to enhance the experience. Users of Emulate3D Controls Testing are particularly well served with this release, as there are new features within the Tag Server as well as additional protocols supported by the Net Server. But don’t just take my word for it, see it for yourself – watch the video on YouTube here.

 

This year’s What’s New in 2019 is another belter at 21 pages long

We’re inspired by what we hear when talking to our users at trade shows, the annual User Group Meeting (watch out for news on that next month), and at their offices and manufacturing facilities; their use of the technology, and the opportunities provided by emerging technologies. Each year we bring together as much of  these elements as we can to enhance the products and make your job easier.

Watch the video by clicking here or on the image above, and download the
complete What’s New in 2019 pdf file by clicking here.

 

The Autodesk Inventor Add-In enables users to access the full range of CAD Is The Model features to mark up their CAD to create dynamic catalog elements or generate emulation models quickly and easily.

 

This catalog is built on top of the Vehicle Framework Catalog and simulates the vehicle accumulation and collision avoidance behaviors of QuickStick and MagneMover LITE systems. QuickStick components may be snapped into position on any track section, and the motor blocks will be automatically claimed and released by vehicles as they approach and pass over them. Vehicles will dynamically claim their headway distance using the motor blocks on their current path to achieve the correct accumulation and collision avoidance behavior. MagneMover LITE components simply need to be snapped together, since they already contain track sections with the required motor blocks built in.

Click here to learn more about the real thing.

 

We’ve been wanting to add these great machines from our friends at Qimarox for a while, and now here they are. The Vertical Conveyor Systems catalog comprises the Qimarox ProRunner Mk 1, Mk 5, Mk 5XL, Mk 9, and Mk 10. Each of the components can be easily configured for overall height and floor footprint, lift speeds, and direction of travel.

Click here to find out more about the real thing.

 

Six Weeks to Design and Build a Robot
Now that’s what I call a deadline! The CyberKnights FRC Team 195 uses the Demo3DVR for SOLIDWORKS plugin from Emulate3D by Rockwell Automation to create accurate simulation models to improve systems planning, decision-making, repairs, and impressive presentations to the judges. These guys have a solid track record of innovation and an enviable level of success and we were blown away by their use of Demo3DVR. Watch the video to see why. 

CyberKnights First Robotics – Watch the video

 

Find out more about the redoubtable and widely feared CyberKnights Southington Team 195 by clicking here.

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