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OCTOPUZ is intelligent offline robot programming and simulation software ideal for an application. OCTOPUZ took a revolutionary approach to robotic programming by combining the offline programming of robots with a manufacturing process simulation, perfect for tech AND sales teams. Contact us for a free, online demonstration tailored to your unique application. About OCTOPUZ Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, OCTOPUZ provides offline robot programming and simulation software for businesses of all sizes, from small shops to global corporations. Our focus is to provide a robotic software solution that not only enables companies to reach a higher level of efficiency with their processes but that also opens opportunities for them to enter new markets and expand their business potential . Our business was built on the concept of taking complex robotic programming and making it easy.

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How does OCTOPUZ change your CAD models into functional components in the virtual world?

POSTED 07/17/2018

Every robot cell is different. Some have rails others have positioners or conveyors. Within OCTOPUZ you can create your cell in the virtual world in order to simulate and test your program prior to posting your code to the robot. 

Within OCTOPUZ you can match the virtual world with the real world, including the exact external axes and robots that YOU use. Although OCTOPUZ has an extensive library of components, there are times in which we don't have the exact same component as the one in your cell, so what do we do?

In a typical implementation process for a new customer the OCTOPUZ team takes the CAD model of your components and applies the appropriate kinematics to these solids to make them functional . This allows the component to interact and move within the simulation world and results in a fully functional robot cell. Pretty amazing! 

In this webinar of approximately 30 minutes we will show you how we import the CAD geometry of your cell and apply kinematics to particular components in order to make them fully functional for the implementation process. 

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Cell Creation
  • CAD Import
  • Modeling - Component Building
  • Kinematics
  • Simulation
  • Customer Implementation

REGISTER HERE: events.octopuz.com/component-building-webinar