Out-of-the box CAD/CAM software solution for industrial robots sculpture milling

SprutCAM Robot Sculpture

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Making sculptures with SprutCAM Robot is:

Easy start

Upload your 3D model of sculpture and start work

Fast machining

You will save a lot of time with dedicated stone roughing strategies in SprutCAM

Safety

Smooth robot cell simulation with material removal. With collision detection and reach zones taken into an account

Check before launch

Simulate machining process from beginning to the end before launching control program on robot

From start to finish

Complete machining cycles from roughing to finish. Effectvie roughing strategies, easy-to-use and powerfull 5d finishing with mesh models support

Programming with no robot idle periods

Creating and verifying control program for the robot is performed on a PC and does not require additional equipment

Making sculptures on CNC is:

Easy start

Upload your 3D model of sculpture and starting work

Fast machining

You will save a lot of time with machining in SprutCAM

And safety machining

The SprutCAM does everything for save your sculpture and tool

Check before work

Checking processing on the computer before starting

From start to finish

Complete machining cycles from roughing to finishing

Planning without stopping the robot

Writing and checking the control program for the robot is done on a computer and does not require additional equipment

SprutCAM Robot Sculpture

Ultimate sculpture milling solution for robots

Get verified simulated post-processed control programs for your robot cell

SprutCAM will inform you if a collision with a workpiece or tooling occurs during the calculation of the program. SprutCAM displays the movement of all cell elements as in real processing

For sculptures of any shape, for any robot cell for any robot manufacturer

SprutCAM supports models in many model formats, including stl.

Short learning curve, intuitive workflow, reliable toolpaths

Interactive elements, you can edit the parameters directly in the 3D window. You need a minimum number of clicks to create a control program.

Redundant axes control

With SprutCAM Robot you can precisely control robot movement or rails and 1- or 2-axis rotary table

SprutCAM Robot Sculpture

Ultimate sculpture milling solution for robots

Get verified simulated post-processed control programs for your robot cell

SprutCAM will inform you if a collision with a workpiece or tooling occurs during the calculation of the program. SprutCAM displays the movement of all cell elements as in real processing

For sculptures of any shape, for any robot cell for any robot manufacturer

SprutCAM supports models in many model formats, including stl.

Short learning curve, intuitive workflow, reliable toolpaths

Interactive elements, you can edit the parameters directly in the 3D window. You need a minimum number of clicks to create a control program.

Redundant axes control

With SprutCAM Robot you can precisely control robot movement or rails and 1- or 2-axis rotary table

Cool features for better results 🚀

Main features

Special strategies for sculpture machining

Make sculptures from different materials with milling cutter, disc, nichrome wire or laser.
Plunge roughing

Plunge roughing

Disc rouging

Disc rouging

Nichrome wire

Nichrome wire

2D and 6D disc cutting

2D and 6D disc cutting

Cool features for better results 🚀

Main features

Special strategies for sculpture machining

Make sculptures from different materials with milling cutter, disc, nichrome wire or laser.
Main features

Additional equipment as in your robot cell

Work as close to reality as possible
Plunge roughing

Router for robot

Plunge roughing

Rail for robot

Plunge roughing

Cell fences

Plunge roughing

Additional robot

Examples

You can machining sculptures with different materials:

  • Foam;
  • Stone;
  • Wood;
  • Plastic.
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Main features

Additional equipment as in your robot cell

Work as close to reality as possible

CAD/CAM solution for your robot

SprutCAM has got 3D models and postprocessors for robots

MachineMaker 2.0

Zero-code robot cell builder for SprutCAM
Learn more about MachineMaker 2.0

MachineMaker is included in SprutCAM installation

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Milling by a small robot

January 20th, 2022|

3D scanning, modeling, and milling on a small robot

The video from our resellers from Spain – MecDATA shows the whole way of creating a bust using the Yaskawa robot.

“Revopoint POP scanner test, modeling, and adjustment of the scanned mesh with Rhinoceros 3D, creation of milling paths with SprutCAM, and milling in a Yaskawa robot assembled by Bermaq.”

Find out more information about SprutCAM Robot on our site.

Also, some lessons and online courses are available in SprutCAM Online Training sector.

  • Torso robot

A torso by KUKA robot milling from Art 3D Sevilla

January 10th, 2022|

A new project from Art 3D Sevilla

“Mecanizado con Robot de torso en madera de pino para la construcción de cuerpo anatomizadlo para un Nazareno. Torso que fue adaptado en el pose que el cliente necesitaba para su obra.”

“Mechanized with Robot torso in pinewood for the construction of an anatomized body for a Nazarene. A torso that was adapted in the pose that the client needed for his work.”

Find out more about SprutCAM Robot on our site.

  • concept car nose

Concept car by robot milling

December 20th, 2021|

How concept cars are created? Here is a project of Ferrari F80 concept car, created by CADCAMstore.

“In this video, we show you the 3D and 5D roughing and finishing operations during a robot milling project. The model is a nose of a Ferrari F80 concept car. The NC files were generated with SprutCAM Robot CAM software, the robot milling solution is a 7 axes application provided by Blueflame3D.”

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  • Robot milling

Face robot milling by nioform.se

December 3rd, 2021|

Another robot milling example. Now it’s a face project from niooform.se company.

“Here begins a new project for @ateljejohanstrom where a face will be cast in iron. It is a little more tricky than normal because the model must be made thin, about 30-40 mm.
Johan has produced an original in plaster (about 20 cm long) which I scanned through photogrammetry. Special software is used to analyze a couple of hundred photographs of the original at different angles. After a few hours of calculations, you get a […]

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