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Five minute robot programming

10-13 June 2008
Neue Messe München
Hall B2, Booth 538
Robot programming can be so easy:
Technologies from the fields of control, sensors and visualization allow the fast and intuitive programming of a KUKA robot system in minutes, using the innovative InTeach programming suite.

The InTeach programming suite is based on a new modular concept, which allows the adaptation of flexible robot programming tools. Programming does not have to be carried out by robot experts anymore but by the worker on the shop floor. With this programming suite, rationalization with industrial robots is possible even for small and medium lot sizes, with a consequent reduction of production costs. At AUTOMATICA 2008, the InTeach programming suite will be demonstrated in a MAG (metal active gas) welding application.

Welding lines of the workpiece can be taught by demonstration in minutes and be further processed to form a complete robot program using multimodal interfaces. Additionally, new software tools will be presented, including a graphical interface for 3D path illustration and editing with automatic or manual smoothing.

* Responsible contact person:
Christian Meyer / Fraunhofer IPA
Phone: +49 711 970-1092
Fax: +49 711 97-1008
* Substitute contact person:
Rainer Bischoff / KUKA Roboter GmbH
Phone: +49 821 797-3244
Fax: +49 821 797-2934
E-mail :

Hubert Grosser | idw
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