ABB Robot Studio & 3D Printing Powerpac - 1 Year
Where does Massive Dimension ship to?
We are a worldwide company that ships nearly everywhere. From the US, to China, to Australia we do our best to ensure our customers orders are met and their systems shipped to where they need to be!
What is the lead time for my order?
Lead times change on a weekly basis. If a product is in stock it will usually ship within 1-2 days. If we are waiting on a shipment, it can take up to 1-2 weeks to ship and if there is a lead time longer than 2 weeks for a specific product, it will be specified on the product page.
Do you accept purchase orders?
We do accept purchase orders for orders totaling more than $75. If the total is less than $75, we will charge a $25 processing fee. If you do not want to pay the extra processing fee, you can place the order online at massivedimension.com and pay by credit card.
Where can I send my quote request or purchase order?
All purchase orders, as well as quote requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or can be accessed within your Shopping Cart for online quotes.
Our establishment needs to make Massive Dimension a registered vendor, can you fill out our forms?
Please send all vendor forms, as well as W9 requests to us at email@example.com and we will respond promptly!
How much is it to ship my order?
Shipping cost is calculated at checkout, rates will vary based on the speed and service you select.
Digital manufacturing with state-of-the-art 3D printing
ABB is enhancing RobotStudio simulation and offline programming software with state-of-the-art 3D printing capability, which will enable users to progress from the CAD design stage to the final modeling of a product in just half an hour. Coupled with the high performance of our robots, this means manufacturers can now produce high-quality 3D printed objects for a variety of industrial applications more efficiently.
Traditional methods of 3D printing using machines are time-consuming as programming the printing paths involves plotting millions of points and trajectories.
With ABB’s new 3D Printing PowerPac, any standard slicer software design can be ‘translated’ into ABB’s simulation environment and robot code. This new piece of software allows ABB to generate robot commands from standard g-code files automatically. This allows manufacturers to visualize and simulate the entire process in RobotStudio.
3D Printing PowerPac supports a variety of additive manufacturing processes, such as welding, and printing with granules or concrete, and is ideal for low-volume, high-mix printing. Typically, manufacturers print 3D prototypes before mass production, architects print building components and models, and they can now print shapes that could not otherwise be produced.