KUKA
Title Target group

The goal of the seminar is to be able to:

  • Operate the robot compliant with the relevant safety regulations
  • Move the robot manually and restart the robot production after a program stop
  • Modify existing robot programs without changing the program structure (be able to change parameters e.g. velocity and modify position coordinates)
  • Create new programs, based on existing ones and adapt them to change

Robot operators

The goal of the seminar is to acquire the following skills:

  • Operating a robotic cell in compliance with the relevant safety regulations
  • Jogging the robot in all available coordinate systems
  • Carrying out the commissioning procedures mastering and tool/base calibration
  • Creating robot programs with motions and logic functions using KUKA inline forms
  • Knowledge of local, simple variables, loops and global subprograms

Robot programmers

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
  • Program reactions to sensor or plc input by using interrupt programming

Robot / system programmers and start-up technicians

The goal of the seminar is to be able to:

  • Manipulate the robot compliant with robot safety regulations
  • Perform back-up and restoration of the robot software
  • Diagnose electrical faults by using various diagnosis systems and fix them by exchanging components

Robot Service Technician

The goal of the seminar is to be able to:

  • Explain the different possibilities of KUKA.SafeOperation technology
  • Configure, test and document the safe parameter settings
  • Program and configure mastering test and brake test
  • Visualize and analyze safety signals for diagnostics

Robot / system programmers and start-up technicians

The goal of the seminar is to be able to:

  • Install and cable the robot controller and robot arm correctly and expertly
  • Perform mastering, tool calibration and workpiece calibration
  • Establish communication between the robot controller, PLC and robot periphery (e.g. gripper system) by means of start-up and configuration of field bus systems using KUKA.WorkVisual
  • Operate and jog the robot system in accordance with the applicable safety regulations and to create a test program

Robot / system programmers and start-up technicians

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