KUKA
Title
The goal of the training is to be able, on the basis of programming knowledge of other robots, to :
  • create robot programs with movements and functions of the WopCore environment (gripper control and message management)
  • declare and use simple and complex variables, loops and local and global subprograms in KRL (KUKA programming language)
  • use KUKA.Workvisual as the programming environment (IDE) and the functions of the WopCore environment
  • programming movements with calculated positions and relative movements in KRL
  • program reactions to the occurrence of inputs (sensor or PLC) using interrupt programming
The goal of the seminar is to be able to:
  • operate a robot cell compliant with robot safety regulations
  • jog the robot in all available coordinate systems
  • carry out the commissioning procedures mastering and tool/base calibration
  • create robot programs with movements and logic functions using WopCore environment
  • declare and use simple variables, loops and global sub-programs in KRL (KUKA robot language)
The goal of the seminar is to be able to:
  • use KUKA.Workvisual as a programming environment (IDE)
  • declare and use complex variables, loops and local sub- programs in KRL (KUKA robot language)
  • program user messages in KRL
  • program movements with calculated positions and relative movements in KRL
  • program reactions to sensor or plc input by using interrupt programming
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