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Model Name: Robotics 2 Simulation Learning System

Model Number: 96-RSS2

Learning Topics

Amatrol’s Robotics 2 Simulation Learning System (96-RSS2) covers major topics like: how to connect a conveyor to the Pegasus robot; how to operate the conveyor; how to develop a robot program; developing programs to make a robot load and unload multiple automated machines; and much more! Advanced Robotics Simulation training learners will use the knowledge gained from these and other topics to simulate skills, such as: designing a robot program to perform go no-go inspection; entering a robot program that uses arithmetic and relational operators; and designing a robot application using For-Next commands. This Advanced Robotics Simulation training system requires the Robotics 1 Simulation Learning System (96-RSS1) and a computer.

What are Three Robot Application Classifications?

Robot operations can primarily be classified in one of three ways: material handling, assembly, and finishing. There are also three primary classification of material handling in robot applications:

  • Material Transfer – Material transfer is a process in which objects are moved from one location to another. All industries use material transfer devices of some kind.
  • Machine Tending – Machine tending consists of loading a part into a machine or removing the processed product. Some examples of machines that robots load and unload are CNC mills, CNC lathes, and injection molding machines.
  • Palletizing – Palletizing is a process in which parts are placed into cartons for transport. Robots often load finished products as the come off the assembly line.

Advanced Robotics Simulation Training Course Continues Robotics Understanding

Amatrol’s Advanced Robotics Simulation training continues the study of the principals of robotics, including robot application and automation. It includes concepts in application development such as CNC machine loading, robot workcell envelope, robot application development, and basic conveyor operation. The learner also studies flexible manufacturing cells including subroutine commands and servo conveyor operation; quality control covering cartesian coordinate programming, go no-go inspection, robot operator interface, and parts measurement; and production control including operator input interface, relational and arithmetic operators, and loop commands. This course then moves into workcell development including object creation, functional objects, and discrete I/O objects where learners learn to configure and input and output object and how to configure an auxiliary servo object.

Key Features

  • Covers application development, flexible manufacturing cells, quality control, and production control
  • Simulate skills like entering a robot program that uses arithmetic and relational operators and designing a robot application using For-Next commands
  • Curriculum presented in highly interactive multimedia format

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