MTpro Engineering Software

Planning assembly systems has been made easier with the MTpro from Bosch Rexroth. It is an intuitive software program that allows users to design the optimal layouts for assembly systems for increased efficiency.

This software is a searchable collection of aluminium framing, lean workstations and conveyor parts from Bosch Rexroth. It can be used to quickly find detailed conveyor information, generate quotes for aluminium framing machine guarding applications or generate 3D drawings of configurable lean workstations.

Users can design ergonomic workstations or entire production lines that are perfectly suited to their application and achieve maximum productivity. Part documentation is available in PDF format for framing, workstation and conveyor parts, and a parts list can be imported from existing FMSsoft drawings.

From technical data to ordering information and CAD models, to assembly instructions and spare parts illustrations, MTpro planning software shows you everything you need to plan and design frames, enclosures, flow racks, workstations or transfer systems.

  • Assemble your system on screen intuitively via drag & drop – and the snap function
  • Easily optimise the ergonomics of your design using the integrated ManModel (bookmark below pls)
  • Generate entire parts lists with the push of a button and submit the order online (includes accessories and small parts)
  • Versatile interfaces allow layouts, CAD models and order data to be used elsewhere
  • View or configure parts in 2D or 3D – drawings automatically updated

 

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Products included with MTpro 

  • MGE – aluminium structural framing
  • MPS – manual production systems
  • EcoShape – tubular framing systems
  • TS1 – assembly conveyors
  • TSplus – assembly conveyors

 

MTpro Light

MTpro light is exclusively determined to the layout planning function in manual production systems, and offers a quick introduction to Rexroth’s layout planning software for assembly technology at no cost.

  • Layout Designer for planning and design of complete frames and conveyor systems with CAD system
  • Generate order lists
  • Send requests for quotes to Rexroth sales contacts
  • Multilingual content and graphical user interface: switch between 6 languages at run-time

the communication interface from the Bosch group is versatile.

 

MTpro Man

The ManModel function in MTpro makes designing ergonomic workstations easier via simulation. Using ‘ManModels’, the planning software adapts designs for individual workers, taking into account the perfect reach zone, the right distance to equipment and the ideal angle of vision.

The software offers female and male models in short, medium and tall sizes, and designers can configure them in seated, standing or walking positions. ‘Model’ body joint angles can be individually adjusted and several fields of view and reach zones can be simulated.

The Layout Designer’s intuitive operating concept enables users to create complex designs and equipment layout in a short time. The Layout Designer user can also:

  • Place ManModel automatically on work chairs
  • See the workplace from the workers’ perspectives
  • Export the complete 3D scene including the ManModel to CAD

 

 

Models can be placed on swivel work chairs for motion simulation.

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