May 22, 2020 by Andrew
Today we have released Verbotics Weld 0.9 with improved visualisation, weld path editing and troubleshooting tools, improved calibration planning and many other improvements. You can download the latest release from the download page or by checking for updates within Verbotics Weld.
March 3, 2020 by Nathan
This steel fire pit was fabricated at the Facility for Intelligent Fabrication (FIF) in Wollongong using programs generated with Verbotics Weld. It was a good example to demonstrate the capability for Verbotics Weld to enable bespoke robotic manufacturing. The fire pit consists of an inner and outer steel box structure made with 3mm mild steel.
February 17, 2020 by Nathan
We have been working with Robotic Automation to add laser sensing capability to Verbotics Weld. Laser sensing uses a laser distance sensor to determine the position of the part, in a process similar to touch sensing. The advantage of using a laser is there is no wire to cut prior to sensing, and wire related issues such as a bent wire are no longer a problem.
February 10, 2020 by Nathan
We have partnered with Canmec to develop a FANUC TP translator for Verbotics Weld. This will enable Verbotics Weld to output robot code directly to FANUC robots. Last week Canmec began live testing on production parts with code generated with Verbotics Weld, marking a significant milestone for this project. Initial FANUC support has been added to Verbotics Weld version 0.
February 4, 2020 by Andrew
Today we have released Verbotics Weld 0.8 with support for laser sensing, in-progress support for Fanuc robots and many other improvements. As always, you can download the latest release from the download page or by checking for updates within Verbotics Weld. The first major new feature is the addition of laser sensing.
August 5, 2019 by Andrew
We have released Verbotics Weld 0.7 which includes weld accessibility checking, locked positioner planning, additional axes support and a number of other enhancements. You can get it from the download page or by checking for updates within Weld. One useful feature is the new Check Accessibility functionality, which you can access by right clicking on weld(s).