After tree years of development, XR Kitting now undergoes its first major upgrade to version 2.0! Find out more about the major new features.
Organise your studies from your home screen
The XR Kitting home interface has been redesigned. The new XR Kitting screen provides a clear and simplified organization of studies, making the tool easier to learn.
Each study is represented by a graphical tile that can display an image of the 3D scene. A set of metadata makes it easy to sort studies.
Organise your scene by piece
We have improved the tool's ergonomics by reworking the structure of the design tree (hierarchy). Icons have been added to help categorize parts visually. It is now possible to link elements thanks to the integration of grouping nodes. The aim of this feature is to optimize the organization of a work scene. Users can now easily hide or block a group of parts. In terms of movement, it is also possible to move packages from one rack to another.
Import your parts into studies
Import/export functions also make it easy to share studies and bridge the gap between V1 and V2 of XR Kitting.
We supply a library of standardized parts to facilitate the start-up of a new study. This is complemented by the library import function, which allows you to select from existing projects the part types to be imported into a new study.
A new concept is coming soon to XR Kitting: the prekit! Used by Renault operators to group together a set of parts before creating the final kit, the prekit can now be designed in a dedicated editor, added to a rack and consumed in simulation. Picking and kitting modes should soon be available.
Find out more about these features in our dedicated documentation.