Robot Spot Weld Programming

Create, Simulate and Program Complete Robotic Workcells with Spot Welding Capability

Robot Spot Weld Programming is a comprehensive robotics programming solution that generates and manages robot spot-welding programs. Advanced capabilities for robot path planning, weld gun selection, and analysis help programmers react quickly to new or changing product designs. They can import and export production robot programs to increase accuracy and productivity. And they can deliver validated, optimized programs to the shop floor.

Using Robot Spot Weld Programming, robot programmers can create, program, simulate, validate and off-line program an entire workcell. They can position resources, program individual robots, debug motion trajectories, and establish input and output connections between robot controllers and other devices. Programmers create complete workcell logic by sequencing robot and device programs and performing feasibility studies. They develop optimized, interference-free programs that execute robot operations. These programs can then be downloaded to the real robot. Robot Spot Weld Programming includes an extensive library of robots and controllers for all major industrial robot manufacturers to support layout, simulation, and off-line programming.

For robotic applications that require the highest degree of accuracy, Robot Spot Weld Programming provides advanced workcell calibration capabilities.  Advanced robotics applications, such as the use of workpiece positioner axis and fixed tool center-point devices, are supported in this comprehensive solution.

Robot Spot Weld Programming is available on premise and on cloud.

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Key Features and Benefits:

  • Groundbreaking user experience
  • Fast, simple robotic workcell layout
  • Early discovery and resolution of design for manufacturing issues
  • Concurrent robot simulation
  • Improved collaboration between robot programmers and designers
  • Creation, simulation and validation of robot tasks in the manufacturing context
  • Greater productivity for programmers
  • Import, export, and customization of programs using VB.Net
  • Creation and management of inputs and outputs
  • Delivery of validated and optimized robot programs to the shop floor
  • Native robot language teach experience
  • Alignment of the virtual workcell with the physical workcell