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ROBOT OFF-LINE PROGRAMMING

Off-Line Programming (OLP) is the process of converting the “sequence of operations”, which is the result of the robot simulation phase, and generating the robot program in the native language of the robot manufacturer (ABB, FANUC, Motoman, Kuka, etc). The OLPs which have been so generated can be downloaded directly to the robot controller and tested.

Off-line programming benefits customers by:

     » Reducing the onsite programming time (thereby freeing up the robot          to be used for production, rather than programming)

     » Reducing the downtime of equipment when programming new          workpieces/variants

     » Programming complex paths (for example, deburring, welding in tight          spaces, grinding, polishing, etc, which are highly time consuming )

Off-Line Programming Case Studies