KUKA

Mechanical Servicing QUANTEC

Target Group
Robot service technicians
Objective
The goal of the seminar is to be able to:
  • manipulate robots of the KR QUANTEC family compliant with robot safety regulations
  • diagnose mechanical failures and fix them by exchanging components
  • carry out preventive mechanical maintenance work
Prerequisites
  • Training in a mechanical trade is useful
  • Safety footwear is a prerequisite for all course participants
Remarks
Are you not sure whether you have a KR QUANTEC or a KR QUANTEC-2?
The arrangement of the wrist axis motors is the deciding factor:

KR QUANTEC

KR QUANTEC: wrist axis motors arranged one above the other

KR QUANTEC-2

KR QUANTEC-2: wrist axis motors next to each other
Contents
  • Proper use of the safety facilities for KUKA industrial robots
  • Operating the robot controller to the extent necessary for putting the robot back into service
  • Creating test programs
  • Recommissioning a robot (installation, connection, start-up, mastering)
  • Jogging
  • Mode of operation of the individual components of the robot arm
  • Repair instructions and spare parts catalog
  • Locating the possible cause of mechanical faults
  • Correcting mechanical faults by replacing components
  • Replacing components using the proper robot dismantling and assembly procedures
  • Preventive maintenance and servicing work
  • Load data determination
Completion
  • The course ends with an achievement test
  • A certificate is issued on successful completion of the course
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