Robotic Training Courses UK

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Tailored robotics training courses UK

Our trainers have training certification from the robot manufacturers themselves and can provide robotic training courses for the major robot manufacturers. For example KUKA Robot Training, ABB Robotics Training, FANUC UK Training, and Yaskawa. Following our robot training courses available are:

robot programming

This covers the basic skills for starting with industrial robots, including: jogging, program creation and editing along with the use of IO

Electrical Maintenance Course

We take the student through the architecture of the robot controller along with fault finding and routine maintenance.

Robot Programming

This takes the student who has completed the basic programming further and introduces, interrupts, arrays and multitasking.

Basic Robotic Course

  • The Teach Pendant – Layout, Buttons, Robot Operating Modes.
  • Simple Jogging – Axis Mode and World modes using +/- and Mouse.
  • The Startup Menu – Mastering the Robot, Tool Setup, Base Setup.
  • Other Jogging – Tool and Base Coordinate Systems.
  • The Navigator Screen – Creating a Folder, Creating a Program, Editing, User and Expert.
  • Movement Programming User – Creating a trajectory program using the inline form.
  • Automatic External– Programming the auto external.
  • Logic Programming – Adding IO commands into the program trajectory.
  • Basic Commands – Using the IF, SWITCH and Sub Routine calls.
  • Simple Variables – Creating and Using: INT, BOOL, REAL and SIGNAL (and using SWITCH).
  • Movement Programming Expert – Creating a trajectory program using KRL.
  • Setting Software Limits.

Advanced Robotic Course

  • Advanced position programming (offsetting, position data manipulation).
  • Interrupts (Search routines and simple interrupt commands).
  • Complex variables (Structures, Enums)
  • Submit Interpreter – Programming in the PLC background Program.
  • Arrays - Programming using two and three dimensional arrays.
  • Creating IO and variable overview tables.
  • Working with Work Visual.
  • Introduction to KUKA Simulation software.

Electrical Maintenance Course

  • Architecture of Robot Controller
  • Fault Finding
  • Routine Maintenance

(*) Please bear in mind that the electrical maintenance course must be done at our facility because the robot will be taken apart.

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We recommend a maximum of 2 students per robot to ensure a high level of hands-on time with the robot.  Phoenix provides a complete training manual for future references or simply call us back if needed. We aim to provide a great customer experience during the training and after.

Phoenix provides a customised robot training course based on your particular robot application. Contact us to discuss a robot training course to fit your needs. Also, we will help you to choose the right industrial robot arm.

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Frequently asked questions

ABB robotics training

The number of robots that a single operator can supervise really depends on the tasks of that operator.  For example, if the robot cell has a turntable and the operator is loading one side whilst the robot is working on the other and the cycle time is quite fast the operator will be fully occupied loading and unloading that one robot. However, if the cycle time of the process is relatively long he may have time to load a second machine during the processing time of the first robot.

Automated Loading

Alternatively, it could be an automatic loading from a conveyor in which case the operator is just supervising the machine and in this case, it could be 20+ robotic arms. In short, it all depends on the level of involvement of the operator and there is no specific number relationship between the number of robots and the number of operators.

For the majority of robot types, the maintenance periods include:

  • Oil changes for the gearboxes for each axis and
  • Drive belt re-tensioning and examination were applicable
  • Oil seals will also need examining and possibly some re-greasing on the cable runs through the main axis.

The amount of downtime that the production can accept determines whether to buy spare parts or indeed which spare to purchase. For critical applications, it may be better to stock essential spares like:

  • drive modules,
  • safety boards,
  • teach pendants etc (in case of breakages) and
  • possibly an exchange wrist unit.

Ideally, this should be a win-win situation. There are always jobs that no one really wants to do. These are those repetitive, tedious jobs that require a lot of monotonous action from the side of the worker. If it is a task that is repeated throughout the working day you could use an automated solution tailored specifically for that task.

Typical costs outside of the main purchase include– For example spare parts, yearly service and maintenance, yearly replacement/wear items. Therefore, these costs are after the robot cell is up and running and are mainly costs for the maintenance of the robot. Thus, check out our Robot System Calculator Tool.