DX100 Coordinated Motion and Multiple Robot Control Programming
The DX100 Coordinated and Multiple Robot Control Group Programming Module is an advanced course pertaining to ArcWorld systems such as 6200/6300/6400 cells. Students are required to possess basic programming knowledge of the DX100 controller prior to attending this module.
Motoman instructors cover topics which enable students to use the advanced functions of the DX100-controlled ArcWorld 6200/6300/6400 dual/triple/quad robot cell.
Primary topics include:
- Concurrent job programming
- Workpiece duplication
- Coordinated control function
- Independent control function
- Mirror image function
- Group axes selection
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 Motoman's 13,400-sq. ft. training facility. Students perform workshop exercises which emphasize commands covered in class lectures. Class size is kept small, typically six or fewer, to promote an interactive, hands-on learning atmosphere. This allows students to work closely with Motoman instructors to grasp the concepts of coordinated motion and multiple control group programming.
Students receive manuals and 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.
The DX100 Basic Programming with Arc Welding Module is a prerequisite to this module.
Training class schedules are subject to be changed without notice, based on instructor availability. All Training classes are held in the Miamisburg, OH Training Facility unless other prior arrangements have been confirmed.
Attendees who complete the required number of contact hours will receive a certificate of completion. Those who meet the contact hours requirement, and score 70% or better on the final exam, will be awarded Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
Course Details - LAST UPDATED - 12/12/18
2019 Dates: Apr 15 & 16, June 10 & 11
This course runs 2.0 days (13 - contact hours), class starts & ends / (8:30am - 4:30pm) starting on the date indicated above.
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