Programming software

Published:  25 January, 2021

ABB has launched its Wizard Easy Programming software for its IRB 1100 industrial robot, allowing first time users to introduce robotic automation into their production lines without the need for specialist programming skills or any knowledge of RAPID code.

Based on simple graphical blocks, Wizard Easy Programming can make it easy for non-specialists to automate their applications. The blocks represent actions such as ‘move to location’, ‘pick up an object’, and ‘repeat movements’, making it easy and intuitive to build a series of simple processes for the robot to perform. There are also functions for error handling, allowing novice programmers to resolve errors such as collisions. ABB says with Wizard Easy programming, a robot can be up and running in minutes.

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W: www.abb.com/robotics

https://new.abb.com/products/robotics/application-software/wizard

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