Posted on February 28, 2022 by Verbotics
We’re pleased to release Verbotics Weld 0.11. The main features for this release are the ability to manually create or edit weld toolpath and calibration positions, 2D laser sensing, and support for KUKA and Universal Robots. You can download the latest release from the download page or by checking for updates within Verbotics Weld.
The ability to manually create and edit planned weld toolpaths and calibration has been added. This allows you to create or tweak the automated planning results to achieve the perfect plan. For more information, see the Toolpath Editor or Calibration Editor documentation.
Code generators have been added for KUKA and Universal Robots. Verbotics Weld now supports ABB, FANUC, KUKA, Universal Robots and Yaskawa Motoman.
Weld 0.11 includes supports for semi-automated 2D laser sense planning. This uses a 2D laser profile scanner such as the SERVO-ROBOT i-CUBE To calibrate the location of the weld seam.
As we have added more advanced weld settings, the process settings dialog has become quite extensive. By default Weld 0.11 will only show the most commonly used fields, and you can click “Show advanced settings…” to show all available process settings.