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CENIT North America provides the development and implementation of digital manufacturing solutions. We have a background in offline-programming, simulation and process integration for robots and special machines. In addition to these offline-programming applications (OLP) we offer customer-specific software developments and high-level implementation services that successfully address requirements not covered by standard software solutions. Our digital manufacturing solutions are based on FASTSUITE (www.fastsuite.com). There are two product lines available. FASTSUITE Edition 2, a standalone platform and FASTSUITE for V5, which is seamlessly integrated with CATIA/DELMIA V5. CENIT has been helping prestigious customers in key industries to gain competitive advantages for over 25 years. The company has over 700 employees worldwide who work among others with customers from automotive, aerospace, industrial equipment, tool and mold manufacturing.

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Live Webinar:10.and 15 October 2019. Intelligent automated use of the CAD model in welding programming

POSTED 09/25/2019

What if we told you that despite your automated production, you are still far from realizing the full potential of your robot cells?

Due to the lack of interfacing between different CAD design systems and robot offline programming (OLP), information defined in design is often not efficiently transferred to the OLP system.

By intelligently using the information available in the design, robot programs for new products, product variants or design changes could be prepared for production much faster and more efficiently. The overall digital process is the key to a successful and sustainable increase in efficiency, quality, productivity and process reliability.

In a 45-minute webinar, learn how you can automatically extract the digital weld seam information from 3D CAD models and use it without loss directly in the OLP.

In addition to the faster and more efficient creation of robot-programs, other questions also arise:

  • Can I use CAD to Path methods to reuse expert knowledge and shorten time-to-market?
  • Does OLP software help me to achieve consistently high and reliable welding results?
  • Can I quickly analyze, determine and achieve all possible reach positions held in this import from CAD? Could cooperating equipment eliminate inefficiencies?

For our webinars we have selected a complex system with cooperating robots. Another big challenge for the OLP system that we are facing!