Advanced Robot Programming & Operation (CA)
Class Overview and Curriculum:
This class is an expansion and continuation of our Basic programming and operations class. In this class, the students immediately are given an exercise covering all material covered in the basic class to ensure everyone understands the material we’ll be expanding upon. Afterward, we begin to cover concepts in an itemized manner where we review the concept, discuss, look at the code, then write the program and observe the robot’s behavior. The topics in the advanced class are less interconnected than the topics in the basic class.
This class is ideal for those who will be developing and managing the applications, or who want a much more in-depth understanding of what the robots and their programs are doing.
The purpose of this class is not to make any student a robot expert, but to give each student a level of knowledge, familiarity, and comfort with the controller and hardware, so they understand some advanced concepts of the DENSO robot system and are empowered with additional tools for problem-solving and development.
- Panel Screens
- Tool Coordinate Systems
- Work Coordinate Systems
- Interference Areas
- Current Limiting
- Collision/Motion Skip
- Task Start Recovery
Who Should Attend:
- Application Engineers
- System Integrators
- Robot Programmers
Prerequisites: RC8A Basic Programming & Operation
Training Duration: Two Days
Class Size: One to 6 Students (Maximum two students per training cell)
Price: $1,200 USD per student.
Note: The price includes lunch and refreshments on both days. Hotel costs are not included.