Verbotics Weld is a UR+ certified application that enables fast programming of your welding cobot directly from CAD models.
Automatically generate programs without downtime using our simple to use desktop application. Our programs include touch sense path finding so your Universal Robot can detect and compensate for real world part differences.
Verbotics Weld ensures high-quality welding results using four easy steps:
Import your part model from CAD.
Verbotics imports industry standard AP203 and AP214 STEP files. These can be exported from almost any CAD software, including SOLIDWORKS, Inventor, Fusion 360, Tekla and much more.
Identify all weld paths with a single click.
Verbotics analyses your part geometry to create weld paths. You can create all welds with our single click automatic wizard, or by clicking on individual part edges.
Automatically plan all robot motions.
Simulate or generate robot code.
Cobots are easy to program with their intuitive lead-through programming capability. However, this can be time consuming, lead to robot downtime during programming and be difficult to include features like touch sense path finding. Let Verbotics solve this for you:
Easy to learn with a user-friendly interface, allowing anyone to create robot welding programs.
No manual programming, all robot motions are calculated and optimised for you.
Program hundreds of welds with the same effort it takes to program just one.
Automatically includes touch sense path finding to account for part differences.
Seamless integration with UR, generating URP or URScript programs you can easily edit.
Simulate programs before you put them into production and program without robot downtime.
Verbotics Weld is a UR+ certified product. It's compatible with e-Series UR robots - if you'd like to use Verbotics with your CB series please contact us. Key features include:
Try out our software yourself, or book a demonstration to see how we can help you take the effort out of robot programming.Download a Free Trial Request a Demo
Want to try Verbotics Weld for yourself? Follow these steps: