Implementing Verbotics Weld
An overview of the steps to implement Verbotics Weld with your robot welding work cell are:
1. Create Work Cell Model
Provide us with a model of your robot cell, and the robot tooling. We will create a Verbotics Weld work cell model from this which is loaded into our software. This contains your kinematic model and collision information.
We have a selection of example work cells you can download and use to evaluate our software.
2. Provide Calibration Data
Provide us with the calibration data for your robot system. More information can be found in our Calibration Guide. We will use this information to accurately position the equipment in your work cell model so it closely matches the real-world positioning.
3. Load Robot Routines
Verbotics provides standard functions for your make of robot. These need to be loaded onto the robot controller and provide functionality such as touch sensing. There are also placeholder routines that can be customised for your needs. Please contact us if you would like more information about these routines.
4. Plan Welds
Using Verbotics Weld, plan your welds in the work cell provided and generate a robot program.
5. Load and Test
Load the generated program onto your robot controller. Jog through the program in manual mode to verify correct operation. You can touch up the program as required. The Verbotics Weld output is similar to a program made on the robot teach pendant.
For more detailed information on your specific robot make, please refer to the Integrator section of our documentation.