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March 01, 2016, 02:07:04 PM
Reply #50


Looking to jump into offline programing for some of the cells we build.

Are there any updates to this list as its from 2009?
What are the major players using in this market?
I have seen a video that Centerline is using delmia...
We use solidworks for our 3D modeling...
Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.


VP / Engineering manager
Precision Controls - Machine Automation

Wes we have a new product hitting the market this year.     

Let me know what you think? I am interested in feedback.

Van Every

I sent a PM requesting more information on this.


Today at 07:01:33 AM
Reply #51



April 25, 2016, 11:32:12 PM
Reply #51


Please add ViRobotics to the first list.

Check it out at

I'm one of the consultants that works on this product and I'd be happy to fill you guys in on the process of customizing it to your existing CAD or CAM software.

This includes SolidWorks, PTC / Creo, pretty much anything.
It's powered through our post processor, VIPostSuite which was originally designed as a turnkey solution for all CNC machines - now supporting all robots.

Just send me an email at

July 14, 2016, 01:58:14 PM
Reply #53


Universal robot Simulation / Offline programming softwares[/color]
1.   Robcad                                          -> Technomatix                   :yesyesyes:
      Process Simulate                          -> Technomatix
2.   Delmia - D5 IGRIP/ V5 ROBTOICS     -> Dassault Systemes         :yesyesyes:
             '->  FASTCURVE / FASTSURF / FASTIP        -> CENIT AG  ( Add in for delmia v5)
3.   Robomaster     
4.   Cimstation                                     -> AC&E                     
5.   Cosimir                                          -> Festo
6.   Robot Works                                 -> Integration for solid works
7.   Workspace 5                                 -> Wat solutions
8.   Easy-ROB
9. Sim X
10. FAMOS robotic
11. Camelot - Robsim
12. Eureka robot milling  -> roboris
13. RoboDK
14. Delfoi ARC, Delfoi CUT, Delfoi PAINT

Robot Manufacturers specific 3D simulation / Offline programming softwares
1.   Abb                                   ->  Robotstudio                                                       :fine:               
                                               '-> Irbcam  Add in for Robotudio
2.   Fanuc                                ->  Roboguide                                                         :yesyesyes: 
3.   Kuka                                  ->  Kukasim and Kuka.CAMrob                                :top:
4.   Motoman                           ->  Motosim               
5.   Denso                               ->  Wincaps III
6.   Reis                                   ->  Prosim
7.   Panasonic                          ->  DeskTop Programming & Simulation System
8.   Igm                                    ->  Programming Studio
9.   Stäubli                               ->  3D STUDIO
10. Comau                               ->  WinC4G
11. Mitsubushi                         ->  MELFA WORKS
12. Nachi                                 ->  AX on Desk
13. Kawasaki                          ->  Pc-ROSET
14. OTC                                   ->  N/A
15. Hyundai                            ->  N/A
15. Epson                               ->  N/A
16. Adept                                ->  N/A

Members can reply if i missed any 3D Simulation / Offline programming  softwares.


Why Robodk only in 13° position?
It's a very good DK for 200 robots and totally programmable in Python language.

January 25, 2017, 09:25:07 AM
Reply #54


Hey there! If it's still relevant, could you add SprutCAM Robot as Universal robot simulation/Offline programming softwares

October 26, 2017, 05:02:01 AM
Reply #55

shaik mubarak basha

hi, do u have any idea about "workspace LT" simulation software, and how to integrate it into six axis aristo articulated robot using teach pendent or programming method, plz inbox below

March 19, 2018, 03:30:54 PM
Reply #56


anyone have copy of trial irbcam, i try to contact to get the trial version but they never feedback so it will helpful if i can get the trials version before i buy it. thanks

Today at 07:01:33 AM
Reply #57



May 18, 2018, 10:51:48 PM
Reply #57


Of the generalized Robot OLP, do any of them do well for cycle-time estimation, based on a particular robot and given payload?

Usually, you need the specific Robot manufacturing Simulation software to get accurate cycle-time estimates, BUT we work with multiple robot manufacturers, so our cost would be tens of thousands of dollars each year to keep up licenses on multiple industrial robot sim packages. (Fanuc, ABB, Kuka, etc)

- Jay

May 21, 2018, 04:33:01 PM
Reply #58


Is Tecnomatix any good? I wasted an hour just looking for basic information and got nowhere on the Siemens website. I literally still don't know what the hell it is. Robcad = RobotExpert?? IDK!

May 21, 2018, 05:46:35 PM
Reply #59


Does anyone know if Delmia breaks out robotic engineering functions as a separate offering, and how much it would be. The feature-set looks great, but that's like ~20% of the whole offering and it would be nice if you can get it for 20% of the full Delmia price.

September 20, 2018, 07:15:07 PM
Reply #60


Some more robot offline programming software to add:

ACTIN                  (
AUTOMAPPPS        ( )
VisualComponents (

January 23, 2019, 02:22:17 PM
Reply #61

dat nguyen

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