ABB Robotics, the robotics division of Swiss-Swedish multinational electrical equipment firm ABB, has introduced 3D printing software to its robotics simulation program.
With this new feature, the company states that users will be able to program ABB robots to begin additive manufacturing production in 30 minutes.
Available as an add-on in its RobotStudio software, ABB aims to eliminate manual programming for its customers with the new 3D printing software, in order to enable faster prototype production.
“With our new 3D Printing software, we are offering customers a faster and more streamlined 3D printing process,” states Steven Wyatt, Head of Portfolio and Digital at ABB Robotics and Discrete Automation. “Coupled with the high performance of our robots, this means manufacturers can now produce high-quality 3D printed objects for a variety of industrial applications more efficiently.” The usage of ABB robotic arms in the 3D printing industry Headquartered in […]
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