This course is designed specifically for non-programming, robotic system Operators. It is an introductory course that teaches safe operation of the robotic system. Upon completion, each student should have the necessary skills to understand robot movement and fault recovery, work safely in and around the robot cell, use the standard push-button operator's station, perform basic troubleshooting, and modify points. The DX200 and the DX100 Operator's class are identical, therefore, while attending the training class we may be using the DX100 controller classroom. While the students are attending training, we will ensure that they have some time on a DX200 controller to confirm the information.
Primary topics include:
- Working safely in and around the robot cell
- Powering up/down
- Jogging the robot using all coordinate systems
- Modifying points
- Checking specified point
- Checking TCP calibration
- Recovering from alarms and errors
This course consists of classroom lectures, demonstrations, discussions and hands-on practice exercises. Covered topics are related to real-world examples and applications. To create an interactive and enhanced learning environment, class size is limited to 12. To perform the hands-on practice exercises, students are typically assigned 2 to a pendant at Yaskawa Academy.
Students receive a course outline, objectives, and a manual, which details specific topics covered in the class. Students are urged to take notes, participate in discussions, and inquire about specific operating issues.
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.
For the Jan 29 & 30 class, the DX100 Classroom will be used to deliver the DX200 Operator's training class. If you have additional questions, please contact us at your earliest convenience via email. The DX100 & DX200 Operator's training class are almost identical to each other from an operator's perspective.
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 - Updated 12/12/18
2019 Dates: Jan 3 & 4, Jan 29 & 30 (6-Seats Left), Apr 15 & 16, May 29 & 30
This course runs 2.0 days (13 - contact hours), class starts & ends / (8:30am - 4:30pm) starting on the day indicated above.
For additional assistance, please call 937-847-3307 or send your inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org