Offline Programming Overview: New Article
By Rebecca Gurk on Friday, November 13th, 2015
Offline programming (OLP) is a powerful tool that moves the time-consuming process of manual robotic programming from the production floor and into a virtual environment. Not only does this allow manufacturers to significantly reduce the programming down-time typically associated with part or equipment change-overs, the nuances of proposed automation solutions can be virtually and accurately evaluated before making a significant financial investment. Using Offline Programming to Stay Competitive by EWI Project Engineer Adam Uziel provides an overview of the advantages of OLP and outlines benefits that can be realized not only by experienced users of welding automation, but also by manufacturers looking to implement robotic welding for the first time. To read this article, click here.
If would like to find out how EWI’s robotic welding expertise can help improve the efficiency of your operations, please contact Adam Uziel at firstname.lastname@example.org.