Mettalforma Now A Reseller of OCTOPUZ Software

OCTOPUZ is pleased to announce that Mettalforma Com. Tecnologia Ltda has signed on to become an official reseller of OCTOPUZ software in Brazil.

OCTOPUZ is pleased to announce that Mettalforma Com. Tecnologia Ltda has signed on to become an official reseller of OCTOPUZ software in Brazil.


Located in São Paulo City, Mettalforma has been serving the Brazilian industry for 19 years with more than 25 years professional experience. They offer their customers state-of-the-art CAD/CAM Software and professional machine and application engineering, and will help define the best process for manufacturing customer products.

Luciano Santana, Technical Director, expressed excitement about the opportunity to focus on their customer needs using OCTOPUZ:

"We have chosen OCTOPUZ because of its user-friendly interface and features that are focused on customer needs. We intend to use OCTOPUZ on Tier 2 customers in the Automotive Industry."

OCTOPUZ combines the offline programming of robots with manufacturing process simulation, providing mainstream, powerful, and effective solutions. It is fully customizable and can cut down on path generation time by 50% or more, allowing users to program and simulate multiple robots simultaneously across a wide range of applications.

To learn more about OCTOPUZ or to request a free personalized demo for your application, send an email to info@octopuz.com or get in touch with your nearest reseller.

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