Offline Robot Programming (OLRP) is changing the way integrators and manufacturers program, deploy, and reprogram their robots. By programming robot functions in a virtual, offline environment (on a computer), OLRP eliminates the need for robots to be taken off production, greatly improving productivity and the bottom line.
Maximize Robot ROI
Reduce production downtime
Nimble deployment & reprogramming
OCTOPUZ is an intelligent offline robot programming software that enables path-sensitive, complex robot applications to be programmed without disruption to your manufacturing process, and without the need for an onsite robot programming expert.
OCTOPUZ has the ability to program multiple robot brands, configurations, and applications together in a virtual, offline environment and output code for use in a real world cell application.
Whether you’re designing a robot cell for a customer or have an in-house programmer in your manufacturing facility, OCTOPUZ Offline Robot Programming Software enables businesses to optimize operations and do more with their robots.
As a sales tool, OCTOPUZ makes providing a proof of concept for the utilization of a robot in a cell, simple. Integrators can use OCTOPUZ to design the cell and show customers how a robots investment will work in their facility. With virtual reality capabilities, customers can do a life-sized walkthrough of their new robot system and experience the full potential of robot automation.
OCTOPUZ provides a virtual offline environment that perfectly matches your real-world cell and enables tasks like training, programming, and integration to be done with minimal disruption to production. The time it takes to adopt new programs can be cut down from weeks to a single day, enabling the robotization of short-run production.
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Throughout this series, we uncovered the challenges automation solves, the benefits of automating, and how software makes automation more accessible and successful. In the last installment of this series, we asked Kel Guerin and Rob House for their advice and recommendations for companies considering robot automation software.