SelfLearning Technology - AGT Robotics

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With The SLT you don’t have to manually program your robot each time you have a new production. No need for a tech pendant.

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With The SLT you don’t have to program each new production offline.

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The SelLearning Technology is fully automatic and can adapt to a large variety of applications such as welding, painting, cutting … applications are almost limitless


What is it?

“My products are similar, but NEVER exactly the same !”

Many manufacturers know that robotics can have great benefits on their production capacity and efficiency, but for many of them, the production context is the following:

  • Low volume of production
  • One-of-a-kind production
  • No electronic drawings (CAD)
  • Custom parts
  • Process requires a lot of knowledge or training

Most robotic and automation solutions will present a certain degree of flexibility. AGT’s SelfLearning Technology makes one-of-a-kind production possible!

Robotic cell built with the SelfLearning Technology combining robotics, 3D scanners and powerful trajectory generation software into a simple, easy-to-use production cell where everything is automatic. The SelfLearning Technology is the ultimate solution in flexibility.  

  • No robot programming (not even offline programming !). Everytime the robot moves, it knows its environment and will move accordingly, avoiding all obstacles and performing the required task with precision.
  • Can work from a CAD or from a parameters table. By working with the information included in the 3D model, no interpretation errors are possible.
  • Can support a variety of processes. Cutting, Welding, Gouging, Grinding, Painting and Shot peening. Many processes can be used with this technology.



How does it work:

Robotic Cell equipped with the SLT can automatically, from a CAD or from a 3D Scan, generate:

  • A valid toolpath for a specific process (welding, cutting, painting, etc.)
  • A valid robotic path for the robot
  • A correction routine for critical robotic path.

What is needed