D.8 FANUC Robotics (32Hrs)

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The FANUC Robotics training covers the Robot Operations outline intermixed with the tasks required to set up the specific application, test, run and refine the program and production setup.

Lesson 1: Safety
Safety

Power Up/Down the Robot's Controller

Lesson 2: Movement 
Review Servo Faults Recovery

Operating Procedures
Job the Robot in JOINT

Lesson 3: Set-Up
Check the Software Limits and Set as Needed

Cartesian - Frames & Body Positin Definition
Tool Frames Setup

Lesson 4: Motion
Motion Programming - Basic Robot Motion

Test a Program
Understanding the Program in Production Mode

Lesson 5: Editing
Editing a Program

Looping Instructions

Lesson 6: Registers
Registers

Position Registers

Lesson 7: Macros
Marcro Setup and Execution

Program Adjust

Lesson 8: Program and Test
Program and File Manipulation

Post-Test
Review Post-Test
Complete Evaluations & Issue Certificates 

DESIGNED FOR
Operators, technicians, engineers or programmers who must set up and record a program on a System R-30iA series controller robot.

COURSE DELIVERY
This course is instructor-led.

PREREQUISITES
There are no prerequisites for this course. 


COURSE LENGTH

32 Hours

ACCREDITATIONS
CEU: 3.2

NEXT STEPS
Click ‘Buy Now’ at top of the page.  You will receive a confirmation email from Peak Performance with class details after payment. To schedule a group of individual participants, please email info@peakperformanceinc.com and we will assist you in the registration process.

Flat Rate Price $16,240
Pricing is for up to 12 participants. Course delivery options are virtual instructor-led or on-site instructor-led at your site or at Peak Performance's training center. To schedule a dedicated class, please email info@peakperformanceinc.com and we will coordinate scheduling based on your preference.

CONTACT US

If you have any questions regarding this course, please email the instructor at j.stokes@peakperformanceinc.com or book a no-cost consultation by clicking on the link below.
Consultation with Industrial Skills Director

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