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Robots in Architecture, Art, and Design => General Discussion => Topic started by: Dimko45 on August 03, 2019, 02:51:22 PM

Title: Kuka KR200 Drawings
Post by: Dimko45 on August 03, 2019, 02:51:22 PM
Hello Johannes/everyone,

I'm looking for 3D drawings of a Kuka Robot KR200 (Model: 1997-2002). Extension of the drawings may be CAD. The best would be a * mtd file with * dtm files for Powermill.

I have been looking for these drawings for weeks. Had contact with Kuka Support, but they said they no longer have drawings of robots older than 10 years. I read somewhere that these models are still in the library of software "Kuka.PRC". But I don't have this software. Perhaps it is possible to extract my model (Save under a different extension)

I do have a 3D drawing of this robot with extension *. RoboDK, maybe someone can convert this extension to CAD or MTD.
If someone can help me further I would greatly appreciate this !!

Thanks !!!

Title: Re: Kuka KR200 Drawings
Post by: Johannes @ Robots in Architecture on August 04, 2019, 10:12:52 PM
Hello Dimko,

You should ask Powermill support for a fitting robot definition.
I believe the old KR200 is simply a stronger KR125. If that's the right robot, I've attached the PDF and STEP file.
Depending on the exact version you may need to extend it a bit.

Title: Re: Kuka KR200 Drawings
Post by: Dimko45 on August 06, 2019, 05:57:15 PM
Hi Johannes,

Big thanks for the documents!!
I will check the dimensions from your .step file.

I have also recieved some pdf-files from Kuka Germany for the KR200.
If you want them, i'll be happy to share these with you.
But i guess you already have those!

Thanks again!!