OCTOPUZ + YASKAWA Welding Technologies Webinar

Register for the OCTOPUZ + Yaskawa Welding Technologies Webinar - Learn about the latest welding technologies in both software and hardware.

The combination of robotics and welding is not new. However, robotic welding continues to see technological advancements, increasing both performance and market adoption. OCTOPUZ and Yaskawa are at the forefront of robotic welding advancements.


In this webinar of approximately 30 minutes, you will see why OCTOPUZ is a powerful solution for robotic programming and simulation for welding applications. We'll provide an overview of the key welding capabilities and features in OCTOPUZ including touch sensing and automated external axis calculations.
In this webinar you will also see a presentation by Yaskawa, showcasing the latest in their Seam Finding and Tracking technologies.

Highlights of topics within this webinar include:
• OCTOPUZ Library of Yaskawa components
• OCTOPUZ Cell creation
• Welding Programming with OCTOPUZ
• Welding Simulation with OCTOPUZ
• Yaskawa Seam Finding Technologies
• Yaskawa Seam Tracking Technologies

We will provide a copy of the recording of this webinar after the live webinar is hosted for your convenience.

Webinar Details
Date: Thursday, May 10th, 2018
Time: 10:00am EDT

Register by visiting our website.

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