Operations & Programming eLearn Training
ROBOGUIDE eLearn Training
Mechanical eLearn Training
The eLearn courses are self-paced learning tool that allows users to access information and move through material based on a person’s specific interest or need. The course content and structure is based on an assessment of concepts and skills taught at the FANUC s training facility. FANUC America eLearn courses are,"Training you need, when you need it!"
Easy-to-use interface for simple navigationAccess to specific content through modules that target specific areas of interest or need
- Provides self-assessment through Progress Check and Mastery Challenge testingAutomatically bookmarks progress through the course based on username logon and password identification, making identification of completed modules easily recognizable
- On-demand detailed reporting of student’s progress and completion
For more information on this product contact FANUC America at 1-800-iQ-ROBOT or contact us.
Self-paced learning when you need it
Offers instant feedback, letting students know about areas that may need review
Use as a primer to instructor-led courses
Diminishes the time users spend away from their primary job function for training
Reduces travel expenses to attend basic operations training Can also be used as a refresher course, due to constant personnel changes
Provides customers the latest in Instructional Design
To register for an eLearn course: eLearn Registration
eLearn (Web Based) Training Special
The FANUC America Training department is pleased to provide the following eLearn training special for our HandlingTool Operations and Programming Students. In an effort to help students prepare for the class or help students retain the information taught, FANUC America will offer a special 30 day subscription for Robot Operations eLearn and HandlingTool eLearn courses at the discounted price of $375.00 for 30 days:
Promotion is based off a per-student license. Only the students attending the instructor led training will be granted the license discount. License activation will begin upon receipt of payment.
For more information and view demos access the eLearn training link eLearn web training .
eLearn Course Content
Robot Operations: This course is available in Spanish too. This is an introductory robotics course that includes basic robot terminology and operational skills. This course covers (the links provide module samples); Module 1) Safety and Cycle Power, Module 2) Moving a Robot in Joint and World Modes, Module 3) Create and Change Teach Pendant Programs, Module 4) Abort, Access, Test and Run Programs
The following link provides a sample of On-Line interactive exercise. Joint Movement Exercise
Paint Robot Operations: There are 7 modules: 1) Safety, 2) Hardware and Software Overview, 3) Powering on the Robot Controller, 4) Identifying Alarms and Common Fault Recovery, 5) Jogging the robot, 6) Frames, 7) Predefined Positions & Move Menu
HandlingTool Operation & Programming: This course is available in Spanish too. There are seven modules (the links provide module samples); Module 1) Frames, Module 2) Input/Output, Module 3) Program Instruction, Module 4) Modify a Program Module 5) Macro Commands, Module 6) Robot Setup for Production and Module 7) File Management.
This course is a continuation from the Robot Operation eLearn course.
ArcTool Operations & Programming:
There are eight modules (the links provide module samples); Module 1) Frames, Module 2) Input/Output, Module 3) Program Instruction, Module 4) Modify a Program Module 5) ArcTool Programming Module 6) Macro Commands, Module 7) Robot Setup for Production and Module 8) File Management. This course is a continuation from the Robot Operation eLearn course.
SpotTool Operations & Programming with Servo Gun:There are 14 modules: Module 1) SpotTool Intro, Module 2) Servo Gun Master, Module 3) TCP Frame, Module 4) Servo Gun Setup, Module 5) Pressure Calibration, Module 6) Distance, Pressure and Backup Tables, Module 7) User & Jog Frame Module 8) SpotTool Programming, Module 9) Program Instruction, Module 10) Input/Output, Module 11) Modifying a Program, Module 12) Macro Commands, Module 13) Robot Setup for Production, Module 14) File Management. This course is a continuation from the Robot Operation eLearn course.
iRVision Operations & Programming 2D for R-30iA: There are 8 Modules in the course (the links provide module samples); Module 1) Vision Overview, Hardware and Software; Module 2) Hardware and Software Installation; Module 3) General Vision Concepts; Module 4) Camera Setup and Error Proofing. Module; Module 5) Lighting; Module 6) Tool & User Frame, Calibration Grid Frame; Module 7) Calibration; Module 8) 2D Single & 2D Multiple View Process. This course is a continuation from the HandlingTool Operations & Programming eLearn course.
ROBOGUIDE-HandlingPRO: (View sample of this course) The on-line course provides instructions on how to setup a workcell for our simulation offline programming software. This course covers; 1) Move a Robot in 3D, 2) Adjust the display, 3) View multiple windows, 4) Edit Robot Properties, 5) Add a Part and define the part in a Cell, 6) Add an End-of-arm Tooling, 7) Defining a relationship between Tool and Part, 8) Create two fixtures for pick and placement, 9) Create/Run a program, 10) Create a AVI file of the workcell, 11) Calibrating the Virtual Workcell to the Real Cell, 12) Add another Robot to the workcell, 13) Set the I/O to avoid robot collision.
ROBOGUIDE-WeldPRO: (View a sample of this course) This eLearn course provides instructions on how to setup a workcell for our simulation offline programming software. This course covers; 1) Move a Robot in 3D, 2) Adjust the display, 3) View multiple windows, 4) Edit Robot Properties, 5) Add a Part and define the part in a Cell, 6) Add a torch to the robot, 7) Add a dressout to Joint 3, 8) Defining a relationship between Tool and Part, 9) Virtual Teach Pendant, 9) Restart the Controller, 10) Create a welding program, 11) Apply orientation offsets, 12) Adjust the program's default settings, 13) learn all the viewing options after a program run, 14) View the programs profile, 15) Create a user frame, 16) Calibrate the workcell, 17 Importing and Exporting Teach Pendant Programs.
ROBOGUIDE-PaintPRO: (View an overview of this course) It is highly recommended that you have knowledge of PaintTool prior to enrolling into this course.
PaintPRO can be used for multiple different paint booth configurations as shown here. It is specifically designed to create paths that can be utilized by FANUC PaintTool application software installed on the robot. The operator can graphically select the area of the part to be painted and choose between several painting methods. These paths can then be validated within PaintPRO and be downloaded to the FANUC controller that is using PaintTool application.
Module 1 – Robot Fixed on Floor or Rail & Part on Stop Station
Module 2 – Robot using Rail Tracking & Part on Stop Station
Module 3 – Stationary Robot on Beam & Part on Line Tracking
Module 4 – Robot on Rail & Part on Line Tracking
Module 5 – Robot’s Setting & Positions
Module 6 – Part/Style & Calibration
Module 7 – Programming
Robot Preventive Maintenance Lubrication: Students successfully completing this course will be able to perform recommended PM Lubrication of all required areas. Grease replenishment, or replacement of Gear-trains and bearings is covered in depth: 1) Safety Intro to Lubrication Functions, 2) Gearbox Oil Level, 3) Bearing Lubrication, 4) Lubrication of Harmonic Drive, Reducers Drive Train & Pivot Mechanisms, 5) General Procedures Position, Vent / Outlet, Grease Input Residual Pressure Release, 6) Custom Gearboxes Grease Change-out Oil Change-out, 7) Bearing Applications
Dual Check Safety (DCS): (View sample of this course) Dual Check Safety is a FANUC America software function using dual inputs and dual CPUs to eliminate the need for safety relays. All FANUC R-30iA, and newer, controllers feature Dual Check Safety. DCS meets Safety Category 4 for Emergency Stop and category 3 for all other functions by the requirements of International Standard ISO13849-1 and IEC61508 by a notarized body. It Supports all 6 axis robots and single axis positioners and rail units. Excluded axes are: Servo gun axes, Independent axes, and Continuous turn axes. There are 9 modules: 1) Overview, 2) DCS Menus, 3) Cell Creation, 4) Joint Position Check, 5) Cartesian Position Check – Lines Method, 6) Cartesian Position Check – Diagonal Method, 7) DCS User Model, 8) Safe I/O, 9) Auxiliary Functions
3D Area Sensor Setup & Programming: Prerequisite: User must have iRVision experience, proficient in advanced teach pendant programming and solid understanding of user frames, tool frames, and offsets. There are 6 modules:
1) Overview – 3D Area applications, hardware and software
2) Setup the Sensor
3) Vision Tools
4) interference Avoidance
5) Parts List Manager
6) Teach Pendant Programming.
Visual Tracking with iRPickTool Setup Fundamentals: Prerequisite: HandlingTool programming or equivalent and iRVision understanding. There are 3 modules:
- 1) Preparing the Controllers - Preparing the Controllers
- Network RIPE Setup
- Ethernet Encoders
- Tool Frames
- 2) Setting up iRPickTool
- Object setup using the tree view interface - Workcell Setup, Gripper Setup, Robot Object Setup, Tray Setup, Conveyor(s) Setup, Fixed Station
- Track frame, sensor, and reference position teaching
- Testing and validation
- 3) Troubleshooting Tips