This paper describes a software tool to automate a design method for robotic fuzzy force control. The original method was developed to ensure robust and stable force control in situations where environmental stiffness at the robot/task interface is unknown, obviating the use of fixed-gain controllers. It did, however, involve a manual design process requiring significant knowledge of control theory and fuzzy logic. This process has been automated in the form of a Windows-based application, requiring minimal user inputs and incorporating an automatic tuning technique for improved performance in the final controller application. Results obtained from an experimental robot are presented.