Offline Robot Programming Without Picking Up a Teach Pendant

Automate 2019: Offline Programming (OLP) has many benefits for robot users and system integrators.

Offline programming and robot simulation can help validate and de-risk prototype cells and plans for automation, and can help deploy a new robotic cell faster. In addition, some new entrants into the manufacturing industry may prefer programming offline via simulation as compared to using the teach pendant on the shop floor.

Check out this video with Octopuz to learn more: 

For more on offline programming, check out The What, Why and How of Industrial Robot Simulation Software for Offline Programming (OLP)

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James Anderton

Jim Anderton is the Director of Content for Mr. Anderton was formerly editor of Canadian Metalworking Magazine and has contributed to a wide range of print and on-line publications, including Design Engineering, Canadian Plastics, Service Station and Garage Management, Autovision, and the National Post. He also brings prior industry experience in quality and part design for a Tier One automotive supplier.