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What is the AR Welding Training Simulator?
AR Welding Training Simulator is a system for safe welding training in a virtual space by reproducing welding phenomena such as weld metal, arc, weld bead, and spatter using computer graphics. In this AR welding training, trainees are equipped with a commercially available welding torch and welding mask and train welding to a plastic work piece to be welded. A display is embedded inside the welding mask, allowing the welding trainee to experience the welding phenomenon as if he/she were actually welding while watching the CG representation of the welding phenomenon.
The AR Welding Training System
Although the AR Welding Training System provides training that cannot be experienced through conventional training methods, it does not completely replace actual welding training. Therefore, it is necessary to learn the posture and the type of welding rods through your AR welding training, and then perform actual welding training. By using this training method, we expect to increase the effectiveness of training more than before.
E-Learning (software for Windows) is required to set up training courses in the welding training simulator. Here you can not only create welding training courses, but centrally manage the results. Welding training courses can specify the type of welding, work piece type, plate thickness, base metal type, welding posture, welding wire/welding rod diameter, shielding gas type, welding length, luck stick method, welding direction, and can set the welding torch angle and welding speed during welding. Thus, through e-learning, training can be developed for various welding conditions.
AR Training Simulator
The AR welding training simulator has the ability to save, analyze, and evaluate simulation results, and after AR welding training, the welding torch motion can be replayed and graphically viewed to objectively learn whether the welding was good or bad. AR welding training results can be saved as data and compared with previous training results. The standard values and tolerance ranges for each item, such as the angle and speed of the training aid function, can be set arbitrarily, allowing welding training to be tailored to the customer's unique specifications and welding conditions.
The AR Welding Training Scheme brings solutions
1. Increased Motivation
2. Efficiency improvement
Cost-effectiveness of AR welding training scheme
|Welding consumables costs:||68% reduction|
|Actual welding training time:||56% reduction|
|Arc time rate:||66% increase|
|Number of qualified trainees:||34% increase|
＊The above figures are not guaranteed to be effective.
Addressing the Needs for Establishing Crane and Derrick Operator Training Courses
The implementation of the overhead crane simulator eliminates the need for complicated preparations such as crane installation, registration application and inspection for training institutions, reservations required for practical training, and outsourcing of moving arrangement work to an outside contractor. For the installation environment, a 3m2 space and 100V power supply in an existing classroom is sufficient. In addition, the instructor can be in a separate room from the students, watching the monitor while teaching.
Crane and Derrick Operator Training Equipment for Practical Test
Simulated crane for testing
Safety and Space Saving
Success Support Functions
Equipped with 5 training courses including running, traversing, and slanting courses.
Space-saving design ( 2.2m x 1.3m )
Training is possible with both a head-mounted display (HMD) and a large screen display.
The lifting height is displayed at the same time as the buzzer sound when the foot buzzer is pressed.
Parameters can be changed according to crane specifications.
The HMD portion of the VIVE Pro features dual OLED displays. It offers 2,880 x 1,600 high pixel video, a 78% increase in pixel count over the current VIVE. It also features high-performance headphones, with an internal amplifier that creates a realistic presence and sound through noise cancellation. Advanced graphics and audio make the VR experience more distinct, enabling high-end VR immersive experiences in today's high tech fields.
Cooperative robot, program learning device with self-propelled robot
The COBOTTA, a small cooperative robot from DENSO WAVE INCORPORATED, is combined with a self-propelled robot to enable learning from visual programming software, teaching tasks for cooperative robots that are beginning to spread to factory floors, full-scale industrial robot programming language, workpiece grasping by image processing, and more. The robot can learn not only single robots, but also multiple robots.