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Robotic Arc Welding (FANUC)

Seamless Precision, Brilliant Fusion: Elevate Your Craft with FANUC Robotic Arc Welding

  • Starts Mar 11
  • 1,895 US dollars
  • Simpson Drive

Available spots

Service Description

This forty (40) hour course is designed to introduce the student to the basic skills needed to Operate, Program and Edit arc welding robots. The course provides both Classroom and Performance based hands-on training in the use of Controls, Operations and Part Programming. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: Upon completing the Robotic Arc Welding (FANUC) course, students will be able to independently operate, program, and edit arc welding robots programs, ensuring safety, proficiency, and accurate execution of welding tasks. LEARNING OBECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: • Understand and implement welding functions of the robot. • Identify and understand the major components of a teach pendent. • Correctly practice all areas of safety as they pertain to robot operation. • Identify the principal components of the robot system. • Define system and user screens. • Correctly operate in automatic and manual mode using teach pendent. • Demonstrate proper startup, operation, and shutdown of the robot system. • Interrupt a program during operation. • Create and edit programs using teach pendent. • Create new and modify weld schedules. • Create new and modify weave schedules. • Correctly save upload and download robot programs. • Touch up points on existing program. Upon successful completion of the Robotic Arc Welding (FANUC) course, students will acquire the fundamental skills and expertise required to excel in operating, programming, and editing arc welding robots. Equipped with a deep understanding of Fanuc Robotics systems, they will demonstrate confidence in safely executing welding tasks with efficiency. Through their proficiency in teach pendant usage and adjustment techniques, students will be capable of fine-tuning and optimizing robot performance. This comprehensive training program equips students to become competent professionals, ready to contribute their specialized knowledge to industrial and manufacturing settings. Lunch provided. Food and drinks allowed.

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Contact Details

  • 181 Simpson Drive, Litchfield, MI, USA


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