Weld joints and robot movements can be programmed with a simple click of the mouse. 

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Software solutions substantially reduce the time it takes to program a part in robotic welding applications and doesn’t tie up weld cells with non-productive activity. 

For large, complicated systems, offline programming allows manufacturers to program the part during the construction of the cell, shortening the start-up time once completed. 

Weld joints and robot movements can be programmed with a simple click of the mouse. 

Offline programming helps keep robots on the floor working and not tied up with programming. 

Using real world points, the computer system is able to reconcile differences between the computer generated cell and the real world cell, helping improve programming accuracy.