Waterloo, Ontario - August 15, 2018 - OCTOPUZ Inc. released OCTOPUZ 2.0.3 on August 14th, 2018. This new release of the OCTOPUZ Offline Robotic Programming and Simulation Software focuses on the robot back-up capabilities and the overall user experience.
The import of Fanuc, OTC, and Universal Robots back-ups have been improved now with the ability to import additional information from the controller into OCTOPUZ 2.0.3. Users can now import FANUC controller back-ups with multiple robots and a single controller allowing the users to more easily create programs and configure cells in OCTOPUZ 2.0.3. New to OCTOPUZ, users can now import Universal Robots and OTC back-ups to bring in robot parameters and improve the accuracy in offline programming.
Furthermore, users who have upgraded their Mastercam package to Mastercam 2019 can now easily import their CAM paths into OCTOPUZ to leverage the newly introduced features in toolpath creation.
In addition to these main features, there were other improvements made to the OCTOPUZ software including:
If you are a current OCTOPUZ customer, your OCTOPUZ license will automatically update and you will be able to employ the latest enhancements right away.
If you would like to learn more about OCTOPUZ Offline Robotic Programming and Simulation Software contact us to set up a free demo customized to your applications and programming needs.
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About OCTOPUZ Inc.
For the past 15 years, OCTOPUZ Inc. has specialized in the design, development, implementation, and customization of superior Offline Robot Programming (OLRP) software for industrial robot applications.
Our focus is to provide an industrial robot software solution that not only enables companies to reach a higher level of efficiency with their processes but also opens opportunities for them to enter new markets and expand their business potential. OCTOPUZ Inc. was built on the concept of taking complex robotic programming and making it simple.