What’s new in OCTOPUZ V1.4? See for yourself!
In this webinar we highlight the automatic updater and dive deep into the new welding interface and upgraded welding touch-sensing support.
- An automatic updater that will keep the software up to date, and let you download and install add-ons and tutorials
- Saved file size improved
- New settings interface for intuitive changes
- Welding interface updated with new, cleaner GUI, new wording, and a 3D interactive window showing the weld and how the parameters affect it
- New welding support and functionality, including additions to touch-sensing
- 3D touch-sensing supported for Fanuc
- An updated post framework for all robot brands (KUKA, Fanuc, Motoman, ABB, etc) as well as new Stäubli posts for versions 6.9.1 and 7.6.4 and updates to OTC and Kuka.CNC posts
- Reference points (path correction/issue avoidance) reapplied when reimporting paths from CAM
- CAM import speed improvements
- Rotary Auto Positioner has rotary speed limits used in calculations
- All Mastercam tooling types supported
- Shifting paths improved
- Frames (base and tool) better supported for accurate simulation
Behind the scenes, the latest version of OCTOPUZ has undergone revisions designed to optimize performance by installing a new software engine, updating the installer and adding an XML-based configuration utility. These changes boost the software’s versatility and efficiency, solidly positioning it as the ideal solution for any robotics challenge.
OCTOPUZ is the intelligent offline robot programming and simulation software created by In-House Solutions. Ideal for any path-sensitive application, the software allows for offline start-to-finish programming and simulation, cuts path generation time by at least 50 percent and allows users to program multiple robots simultaneously without impacting production time. OCTOPUZ is compatible with as many as 19 robot brands, offers full customization and comes with extensive support before, during and after each sale through training, software assistance and cell programming.