DX100 Concurrent Job and External Axes
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This course runs 1 day, 8:30am until 3:45pm
Who Should Attend
The DX100 Concurrent Job and External Axes Programming Module is an advanced course pertaining to programming specifics of dual or triple robots with or without external axes. Students are required to possess basic programming knowledge of the DX100 controller and robots prior to attending this module. The DX100 Basic Programming course is a prerequisite to this course.
Classroom lectures on programming commands are reinforced with demonstrations. Commands and topics are related to real-world examples and applications. Material covered in lectures is enhanced with actual hands-on programming by students in the Yaskawa Motoman Robotics Canada 2400 square foot demonstration and training laboratory. Students perform workshop exercises which emphasize commands covered in class lectures.
Students receive a copy of the DX100 Concurrent job manual as well as handouts that relate to specific topics covered in class. Students are urged to take notes, participate in discussions, and to bring up specific programming issues.
Yaskawa Motoman instructors cover topics which enable students to use the advanced functions of dual or triple robot cells - concurrent job programming - task synchronization - independent control function - group axes selection - copying a job from one robot to another
The DX100 Concurrent Job and External Axes Programming Module is a one (1) day course.