FANUC

FANUC Handling Tool Operation and Programming

Customized-Training for Manufacturing Industry Image

The course covers the tasks that an operator, technician, engineer or programmer needs to setup, record and/or troubleshoot programs on a FANUC Robot using HandlingTool Software.

Recommended safety procedures are integrated into all training exercises. The course consists of lectures, demonstrations and a series of lab exercises designed to reinforce what the student has learned.

$500

Per Employee

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Classes held quarterly.
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32-hour class (4 days)
8:00am - 4:30pm
*Lunch Included


Ellen Rouse
(601) 554 - 4646
srouse@prcc.edu

Poplarville Campus


CTE Technology Center
Pearl River Community College
132 Technology Loop
Poplarville, MS 39470

Class Outlines & Objectives

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Objectives:

  • Students successfully completing this course will be able to:
  • Power up and jog the robot
  • Teach Frames
  • Recover from common program and robot faults
  • Execute production operations
  • Create, modify and execute a material handling program
  • Create and execute MACROs
  • Monitor, force and simulate input and output signals
  • Backup and restore individual programs and files

Format:

Recommended safety procedures are integrated into all training exercises.  The course consists of lectures, chapter reviews, demonstrations and a series of lab exercises designed to reinforce what the student has learned. In addition to lab exercises, a pre-test and a post-test are used to measure mastery of objectives.

Participants:

This course is intended for the person who must set up and record a program on a robot with a HandlingTool application software package.

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