Online Robot Library

January 17, 2023
Robot Library Includes Models of almost 700 Robot Mechanisms

In 2022, the number of models in the online Robot library was increased by three times.

SprutCAM X Robot software, developed by SprutCAM Tech Ltd. in Limassol, Cyprus, provides a convenient and natural programming environment that simulates the interaction between an engineer, robot, tool, and product as closely as possible.

To develop a control program for an industrial robot and simulate all robot functions in a virtual environment, a technologist-programmer needs to create a realworld cell with robot equipment and production components in a CAM system or integrate a cell from external software. The Machine Maker add-on, a zero-code robot cell builder for SprutCAM X, allows manufacturers and integrators to quickly create an accurate digital twins of any robotic cell using an online library that supports the largest selection of industrial robot brands.

The online Robot library now includes 675 components from brands such as KUKA, Fanuc, ABB, TeknoMotor, AMB (Kress), SCHUNK, OnRobot, Joulin, Schmalz, Regal, Universal Robots, Güdel, Meltio, among others:

  • Robots, including heavy-duty and cobots
  • Single axis, 2-axis and 3-axis positioners
  • Actuators, including moving grippers (end effectors)
  • Railing
  • Fixed objects such as tables, controllers, and fencing

The developers team at SprutCAM Tech keeps the library up-to-date with the most popular equipment. Manufacturers and integrators can request to add a 3D model of a robot or another piece of equipment to the MachineMaker online library by emailing

Related Glossary Terms

  • computer-aided manufacturing ( CAM)

    computer-aided manufacturing ( CAM)

    Use of computers to control machining and manufacturing processes.

  • industrial robot

    industrial robot

    Robot designed for industrial use. Primarily used as a material-handling device but also used for changing tools, assembling parts, and manipulating special tools and measuring devices. Depending on design, an industrial robot can be programmed to perform a task by means of a controller, or it can be “walked” through the required movements by utilizing a digitizing system that translates movements into commands that the robot can be “taught.” See robot; teaching pendant.


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