This course teaches the foundational principles and skills required to operate and program ABB industrial robots. Technicians, engineers, service personnel, supervisors, and system integrators will all benefit from this course. Following successful completion, students will be able to manually operate robots and create basic programs using the teach pendant. The course emphasizes hands-on experience with the robots.
- Operation and Teaching Robots
- Rev Counters
- Work Objects
- Robot Targets
Classroom setting, coach-conducted course that combines tutorial with practical exercises
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HOD Programming I & II Student
Knowledge & Skills acquired:
Practice all areas of safety as they pertain to the robot. Properly startup, operate, and shut down the robot. Properly identify and recover from robot errors. Perform program storage and retrieval. Manual and program control of inputs and outputs. Edit programmed positions. Create a program with subroutine structure. Perform editing techniques. Program instructions, such as, output control, decision making, operator dialog, and clock. Define work objects.
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