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  • Case ABB
    line Programming Production Planning Execution Lean Production Simulation Case Valio Case Arctech Case ABB Case Patria Case HK Case Cimcorp Procter and Gamble Case ABB throughput increased 50 With the help of simulation based productivity development ABB doubled their capacity in their production units in ABB Pitäjänmäki Factory where they manufacture medium size to very large Induction and Synchronous Electric Motors ABB was late in their delivery schedules The goal was to cut down the lead time and get back to delivery schedule Project steps Delfoi made current state analysis bottle neck and through put time to determine development ideas together with the customer Based on the analysis a current state simulation model was built and validated against actual demand through put time and labor hours Future state demand layout process and resource scenarios were formulated Then chosen change scenarios were validated by simulation and compared to the current state The simulation proved vast amount of changes that were necessary to meet the goal New layout were developed and designed Changes to labor skill matrixes Changes in labor finite scheduling practices Changes in order launching sequencing principles to improve flow and the load Results As a result the weekly through

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/referenses/production/en_GB/abb_eng/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Offline programming at Schuitemaker Machines
    station with two welding robots and totally 19 synchronically controlled axis is welding agricultural machines and winter service solutions The robot programs are created using Delfoi ARC offline programming software The one and same offline prorgramming software is used to create the robot programs both for the new Yaskawa station and as well for the two older CLOOS installations The software creates the robot programs semi automatically utilizing the features of the CAD models with maximal efficiency The welded components are of prismatic shape This makes it possible to copy and clone welds as well as mirror weld chains Quality of the programs is consistend due to unique welding procedure database of the system Implementation The software implementation was done by LAC LAC is Delfoi s professional partner in Netherlands The institute has expertise and skills in implementing offline software for very complex robotic systems LAC s work at Schuitemaker included Yaskawa work cell modelling commissioning including work cell measurements and calibration and training of Schuitemaker users The robot accuracy was extremely good after calibration the biggest measured error was only 3 mm taking in account the size of the installation Visit LAC homepage See the news at Schuitemaker home

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/Schuitemaker/ (2016-04-30)
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  • HospitaL Logistics simulation in HUS - Delfoi
    Meilahti Hospital Campus area and include all main functions of Trauma Center and Comprehensive Cancer Centre Budget for the project is 250 MEUR and the construction is carried out between years 2018 and 2021 Delfoi s role in the project is to plan design and simulate the indoor logistics of the Bridge Hospital The goal is to assure through simulation that in the planning phase all logistical systems are designed with the right capacity for the people and material flows in the future Delfoi produces the logistic concept for the Bridge Hospital s in close cooperation with the hospital workers and the architect coalition Team Integrated The building which we are planning is complex and the functioning indoor logistics are a key component in reaching the goals for the project HUS and Delfoi have been working together for a long time and in addition Delfoi has an in depth knowledge in designing and simulating demanding indoor logistics Cooperation with Delfoi has worked well and professionally and I am certain it will continue in the next phases of the project as well says Salla Itäaho Architect from HUS Tilakeskus For more information Rashmi Werning firsname lastname delfoi com 358503277963 Your text

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/HUS/ (2016-04-30)
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  • AREUS for sustainable robot automation
    focuses in developing technologies to improve the use of renewable energy sources in robotized production One example is a new electrical power supply system based on direct current DC DC based servomotors will dramatically reduce the energy consumption of robotized automation systems New mathematical models and algorithms for energy consumption will be developed for controlling code generation and optimization These will have effect both for a less energy consuming robot arm manipulation as well as for robot cells with multiple cooperating robots In a big picture Life Cycle Assessment LCA based tools and algorithms will be developed for optimized material and workflow Activity Based Costing and respective assessment will be linked with the flow of material energy and waste Robot simulation and analyzes for energy consumption Simulation will have a crucial role when validating and verifying the effect of mathematical models controlling algorithms and software tools for energy consumption The existing commercial simulation tools lack the ability to simulate and analyze energy consumption related variables and attributes In AREUS the commercial simulation packages as well as more research oriented simulation software will be further developed to be able to cope for sustainability simulation and analysis Energy consumption of a robot system is dependent and relative to e g following factors mass of robot arm and masses of individual links mass of end effector combined with the load handled object link lengths of offsets the distance of link gravity centers and end effector plus load from the robot base joint accelerations and cartesian accelerations Picture Green ball describes a robot movement with low energy consumption while red describes higher consumption Consortium Daimler www daimler com KUKA Roboter www kuka robotics com Siemens www siemens com Danfoss www danfoss com Delfoi www delfoi com Engrotech www engrotec de SIR www sir mo

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/AREUS/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Delfoi ARC at OTC Daihen Europe's partner meeting
    meeting in Mönchengladbach Germany The software will support the new OTC Daihen 7 axis robot model OTC FD B4S and TwinSync arc welding See the videos in YouTube https lnkd in eGwx 6H Picture The new OTC Daihen 7 axis robot OTC FD B4S Your text Latest News 12 02 2016 Offline programming at Schuitemaker Machines 05 02 2016 Hosipital logistics simulation Case new surgical and cancer centre in Helsinki

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/OTC_Daihen_meeting/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Shanghai Yuanheng Science and Technology Development - Delfoi
    to 400 000 units by the end of 2017 Robotized arc welding is one of the most growing segments This is due to expanding need for steel structures for industries like ship building construction industry and infrastructure industry bridges Shanghai Yuanheng Science Technology Development Co Ltd YHSTD is experienced company in especially for arc welding robotics for heavy machinery and steel structure industries YHSTD and Delfoi are targeting jointly to bring the most advanced arc welding offline programming technology to Chinese markets Besides standard arc welding offline programming application Delfoi ARC there will be later this year offline programming software for automatic programming of arc welding robots welding steel structures The automatic offline programming software is a result of the robotics expertise of Shanghai Yuanheng Science Technology Development Co Ltd and Delfoi s long experience in developing offline programming software for demanding applications About the companies Shanghai Yuanheng Science Technology Co Ltd Located in Shanghai China owner of Shanghai Yuanheng Science Technology Development Co Ltd has more than 15 years of experience managing large high value critical projects for their clients The company has an international customer base and extensive experience sourcing suppliers applying improvement processes and providing education and implementation support for companies looking for performance improvements Their key capabilities include factory simulation and robotic offline programming Company website www yhstd com Delfoi Ltd Delfoi established in 1990 develops markets and supports robot off line programming and simulation and also production planning scheduling solutions and related consulting services The solutions enable companies to speed up and streamline their production and delivery processes Delfoi has gained world class reputation and expertise in robot off line programming and simulation with more than 250 industrial customers including ABB Boeing CAT John Deere Ponsse and Volvo Company has market leading position in robot

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/Junwu/ (2016-04-30)
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  • 10-Year Anniversary of NOMAD
    EC Project G1RD 2000 00461 NOMAD was the first European project to develop autonomous and highly flexible robot technology for heavy equipment and large steel structure manufacturing Goal The goal of the project was to implement an autonomous flexible robotic welding system for large steel structures like the componets of escavators or pay loaders or steel structures like bridges Project The autonomous flexible robotic welding system incorporates the following innovative aspects Production simulation to automatically plan processes and monitor systems in real time Navigation system for an autonomous robot transport vehicle RTV to position the robot arm with greater precision Design and construction of a rugged industrial RTV with the precision and stability needed for welding jobs Specially developed welding equipment welding procedures and sensor systems which enable welding in all positions with a degree of control and precision unattainable with present systems Project partners Caterpillar Belgium S A Belgium end use and coordination Fraunhofer IFF Germany camera system and RTV navigation Delfoi OY Finland offline programming simulation system Robosoft SA France RTV construction TWI LTD Great Britain welding technologies research Reis Robotics Germany robot ESAB AB Sweden welding process consumables Nusteel Structures LTD Great Britain end use Publication Link

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/news/en_GB/NOMAD/ (2016-04-30)
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  • How to simulate processes of a new health-care building
    have written an article presenting a practical framework on how simulation of work processes should be done as an important step when designing new work spaces for health care Article was presented in November in ARCH2014 conference where specialists designing health care processes and work spaces from around the world presented their experiences and research findings The framework helps in understanding what different phases there are in a planning process and what are the outcomes and benefits of simulation in each of these phases This is essential information to e g constructors architects and project managers who are starting a planning process of a new building especially when new building is designed at the same time with changes in the work processes Article also depicts how the framework was utilized in the planning of Järvenpää s new social and health care center In Järvenpää virtual planning of work spaces as well as virtual work process simulations were done side by side in close cooperation ensuring that the work spaces are designed based on the desired future processes You can order the full article in English free of charge by filling the form below Case Järvenpää ARCH2014 Latest News 12 02

    Original URL path: http://www.delfoi.fi/web/news/thnews/en_GB/Jarvenpaa_case_report/ (2016-04-30)
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