MecSoft Corp. (Irvine, CA) has partnered with RoboDK Inc., maker of a robotic simulation software for robot machining and robot offline programming. The partnership enables users of MecSoft’s CAM products to use robots for milling – 2½ axis to 5 axis toolpaths that are generated inside of MecSoft’s CAM products can be transferred to RoboDK to create robot specific control code.
“We are pleased to offer an integration between MecSoft and RoboDK for robot machining,” says Albert Nubiola, president & CEO of RoboDK Inc. “MecSoft’s CAM users can now program industrial robots for robot machining using RoboDK in just a few clicks.”
MecSoft President & CEO Joe Anand added: “RoboDK is a great addition to MecSoft’s product portfolio, which enables us to adapt our milling solutions for robotic milling applications” stated Joe Anand, President & CEO of MecSoft Corporation. “This partnership is one more step in our constant efforts to meet our stated goal of providing powerful and affordable CAM software solutions to the manufacturing industry.”
RoboDK software supports an extensive library of robots, with over 500 robot arms and more than 50 different robot controllers.
RoboDK’s intuitive user interface and extensive support for various robots, coupled with the power, functionality, and ease of use of MecSoft’s milling products make for an effective product combination for milling using robots.
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