In partnership with Alma CAM, ESPRIT Additive DED now supports programming Additive Robots. Import your program and check the toolpaths for your additive part in ESPRIT, and then run simulations and post processing in Alma CAM. Subtractive operations are done by regular 5-axis programming in ESPRIT. This video shows a valve part designed and built by the University of Grenoble, on a Yaskawa robot with a Fronius additive head for wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM). Fronius also equips CNC machines such as the Mazak J-600 AM, which is also supported by ESPRIT.
New Additive Robots Support - Additive DED
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