Currently working on improving a couple things on our training cell (see this link to see the training cell) and I was pondering what everyone does when creating work spaces from scratch for a new application. Generally on our production equipment we don't modify the work spaces, although I have added a few basic ones sporadically. When I did create new or modify existing ones I more or less just jogged the robot around to get a approximate value for my cube. Not necessarily the most efficient way to do this. Does anyone have tips/tricks for setting up new work spaces? I have use of AutoCad and K-Roset and have been playing around with doing a rough layout in AutoCad and then creating a obstacle in K-Roset to sort of plot the Work Space in advance. Still feels like I'm doing a lot of guessing/eyeballing values. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.