Novarc Spool Welding Robot with PypeServer Software
State-of-the-art workflow and weld quality on Novarc SWR™
The Spool Welding Robot (SWR™) is a welding cobot designed specifically for pipe, small pressure vessel, and other types of roll welding. The SWR™ has the smallest footprint in the industry and when combined with PypeServer gives fabricators a competitive advantage by connecting upstream BIM and CAD tools for a complete model-to-fabrication workflow.
Our free Connect plug-ins for Revit, AutoCAD MEP, Fabrication CADmep, and Inventor make it easy to select parts and assemblies for fabrication directly in your model and send them straight to your Novarc SWR™ via our free Cloud service.
Cut From Your Model
Import and nest parts and spools directly from Revit, MSUITE, STRATUS, SysQue, Evolve, AutoCAD, Inventor, and others.
Print QR coded part and joint labels that give your Novarc joint data from your model.
Track part cutting and spool welding progress in real time.
PypeServer brings advanced automation to pipe profilers, stop saws, and positioners.
Silicon Valley Mechanical
“We’re getting 2-4X the productivity from our Vernon with PypeServer. The process has gone from a page-by-page spool sheet review that could take hours, to a quick five-minutes.” – Jamie Garza, Detail Manager, Silicon Valley Mechanical
Improved Fabrication Workflow
2-4X Productivity Increase
The #1 fabrication automation software on the market!
VDC Manager, A&R Mechanical
“With PypeServer, we can nest multiple spools and even whole projects on one piece of pipe. Tasks that took a couple of hours before can now be done in 10 minutes.”
Detail Manager, Silicon Valley Mechanical
“We’re getting 2-4X the productivity from our Vernon with PypeServer. The process has gone from a page-by-page spool sheet review that could take hours, to a quick five-minutes.”
Director, Morrill Industries
“The ability to learn the PypeServer program quickly and the ease of operation makes training new machine operartors easy. It’s an easy transition between employees.”