Robotic Cell Configurations

ABAGY is compatible with any robotic equipment

Regardless of what robotic and welding equipment you plan to use, ABAGY software will allow you to set a task for the robot in minutes. No programming is required.

With ABAGY, robotic cell configurations can vary:

One/multiple robots
One/multiple work areas
With/without external axes
(tracks, gantry systems, positioners, rotators, etc.)

ABAGY is compatible with major robotic equipment:


Robotic weld cells

Our team of experienced engineers can help you determine the best configuration for your production needs. Here are the most popular robotic weld cells.
Configurations are suitable for:
  • Beams, Joist, Frames
  • Bridge Girders, Cross Frames
  • Orthotropic decks
  • Trailer Chassis
  • Shipbuilding Panels
  • Conveyors, Hoppers, Stackers
Configurations are suitable for:
  • Excavator Buckets
  • Concrete Forms
  • Brackets
  • Small cabinets
  • Small beams
  • Augers, agricultural equipment
Configurations are suitable for:
  • Utility Poles
  • Tubes, Pipe Structures
  • Beams
  • Augers
Configurations are suitable for:
  • Tanks
  • Reservoirs
  • Volume Frames
  • Truck Bodies & Chassis
Configurations are suitable for:
  • Frames
  • Truck Bodies
  • Shipbuilding Panels
This is a basic robotic solution and a good option to start if your product can be placed on a table and doesn't need to be rotated to weld.


More information about ABAGY software

Why you no longer need to program robots

Previously, robots were mainly applied in serial production, such as automotive and electronics, due to the complexity of programming. ABAGY brings the efficiency of a conveyor line to non-serial, high-mix production.

Welding system integration

  • Choose ABAGY to integrate your robotic weld cell
  • Invite ABAGY to recommend an integrator who has previously worked with ABAGY
  • Invite an integrator company of your choice, or you can choose to integrate the robotic cell with your own resources

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