Hypertherm updates Robotmaster programming software | News

Hypertherm updates Robotmaster programming software | News

The US-based manufacturing of industrial cutting products and software on Monday (29th August) officially unveiled Robotmaster 2023 to help manufacturers maximise productivity on production runs of all sizes.

Detailing the new innovation, Hypertherm said the Robotmaster 2023’s automatic integration eliminates the need to import and sync data for a 75% reduction in programming time and allows for the creation of libraries for a more user-friendly experience.

Miguel Morales, Applications Engineering Manager for Hyperthem Associates’ Robotmaster Brand, said, “We listen carefully to feedback from Robotmaster customers and are always working to make our robotic programming software even easier and faster to use.”

“The features introduced today will empower CAD/CAM users to transition their processes to robotics knowing they can program their robot with confidence.”

Carlos Marcovici, Engineering Director of RobotM-Br, a Robotmaster distributor in South America, added, “Robotmaster 2023 improves upon an already powerful and intuitive user interface to make robotic programming easier and faster.”

The new functionality is very focused on delivering on customer needs and requests, and processes like deburring, trimming, polishing, welding, milling. The new bridge, for example, gives our users flexibility in their programming workflow. Whether they wish to use a CAD/CAM package for path trajectory creation or leverage Robotmaster’s integrated path generation functionality Robotmaster is part of the solution.”

 

https://www.gasworld.com/hypertherm-updates-robotmaster-programming-software/2023689.article

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