Robotic arm and bowling alley – dinamic CAD analysis

This project was carried out in the context of the ELISAVA I simulation course. It is a task carried out with my colleagues Claudia Hidalgo and Arnau Martori.

The objectives of these two projects were, firstly, to design a bowling alley to determine what impact forces would be received by the bowling pins, depending on the force with which the ball was thrown. To do this, we worked on the different types of collision option provided by the software CREO PTC.

Secondly, we designed an assembly to simulate the forces necessary to move a robotic arm intended to weld a sink, as well as to be able to calculate the power of the motors necessary to perform the operation of this robotic arm.