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Effective:
Jun - Dec 2004
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FANUC ROBOTICS PROVIDES THE TRAINING YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT!

FANUC Robotics American, Inc


3900 West Hamlin Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48309-3253
1-800-47-ROBOT

Dear Colleague:
Automation today is shifting towards utilizing PC’s to program
robots. With the release of our PalletPRO offline programming
package, we are prepared to help you gain practical skills to
successfully utilize this software. Be sure to see the course
description for PalletTool Features & Options on page 11.
Our instructors are utilizing the ROBOGUIDE family of offline
robot simulation software to enhance the learning experience of
our students during classroom instruction. This method has
proven to be an effective tool when delivering complex material.
In response to customers’ requests, we are now offering a
variety of new courses, including ServoGun Operations &
Programming and advanced courses in PalletTool (pg. 11) and
Teach Pendant Programming (4th quarter, pg 10).
In addition to training at FRA Home Office, we also provide
dedicated training at the customer’s site and at our regional
facilities:
FANUC Central - Mason, Ohio
FANUC Midwest - Chicago, Illinois
FANUC West - Lake Forest, California
FANUC Canada - Mississauga, Ontario

Once you have found the courses you need, call 1-800-47-
ROBOT or visit www.fanucrobotics.com today to enroll.

Regards

Michael C. Basso
Training Manager

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General Information and Guidelines for
Training, Scheduling and Certifications
Certifications: Method of Delivery for Our
Courses:
All of the courses described in this brochure
consist of lectures, demonstrations and a series
of lab exercises designed to reinforce what the
students have learned, including all required
FANUC Robotics’ certification achievements and recommended safety procedures.
represent major milestones in our journey
In addition to these lab exercises, a pre-test and
towards total quality management and
post-test are used to measure mastery of
meeting our customers’ needs. These ratings
objectives.
indicate that FANUC Robotics has developed
the proper infrastructure for the design, Records and Transcripts:
manufacture and integration of robotics process
solutions at our Rochester Hills, Michigan All records are kept for at least two years.
headquarters. Training records may be obtained by sending a
letter or e-mail to our address, which includes
Authorized IACET Provider: the following information: Student Name,
Address, Company, Course Name and Course
The Training Department is a member and
Dates. A $10 processing fee must accompany
authorized CEU (Certified Continuing Education
the request. Make checks payable to FANUC
Units) provider of the International Association
Robotics America.
for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
This is one more reason why FANUC Robotics Confidentiality:
training is your best training solution.
Records are kept strictly confidential and will
Continuing Education Units: only be issued to those parties inquiring by the
expressed written request of the student
For CEUs, no partial credit will be issued if a enrolled. No records will be released to a third
student fails to complete the party or to employers unless accompanied by
course, pre-tests, post-tests the expressed written request of the student.
(where applicable), participate
in group exercises (where Critique sheets may be shared with employers
applicable) and complete the and with auditors to ensure course quality and
Post Course Survey. for resolution of any course issues.

Credits will be issued on the basis of one CEU Prerequisites:


per 10 contact hours (10 hours of training). See FANUC Robotics recommends attendance in
individual course descriptions for award prerequisite classes prior to attending our
references. specialized and advanced classes. Experi-
enced students who may have worked for many
Location: years with our robots but who have not had
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. Training formal training may feel they do not need to
Department is located in our Rochester Hills, attend a basic class. FANUC Robotics will
Michigan headquarters. Our company also has accept registrations from such students with the
facilities in Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, understanding that the FANUC instructor in an
California; Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati advanced class will follow the published class
and Toledo, Ohio; Toronto, Ontario. Contact schedule and will not be able to coach individual
your local facility to explore possibilities of students on basic concepts that may be
local training! required for the class.
Please review this brochure carefully or visit our
website at www.fanucrobotics.com to review
prerequisites for selected classes.

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Training Cancellations: Development Charges:


Cancellation of a registration is done at no Execution of on-site training programs may
charge if FANUC Robotics is notified in writing involve developmental charges. Please review
at least two weeks before start of class. this brochure carefully or go to our website at
Cancellation is subject to a fee equal to 100% www.fanucrobotics.com to review whether
of the course tuition if notice is received with these charges are applicable to your on-site
less than two weeks notice. selection.

Training Rescheduling: Yes, Older Product Training Is


Rescheduling of a registration is done at no Available!
charge if FANUC Robotics is notified in writing Just contact our registrar for more information.
at least two weeks before start of class. A 30%
fee will be charged for notice of less than two Need Robot Training in a Foreign
weeks. A training voucher will be issued upon Language?
cancellation that must be used within a period
of six months of issue. Unused vouchers will Class dates indicate when it will be taught in a
not be subject to a refund. The full fee will be different language. Just contact our registrar for
charged for students who fail to attend the class more information.
without any advance notice.
Training Documentation
Training Class Payment: All documentation is issued only during the
Payment may be made by check, credit card or course. Any work material issued and used in
purchase order and must be received prior to courses may not be reproduced either in whole
attendance in any training class. or in part. All software used in courses is the
property of FANUC Robotics and may not be
Please remit all monies to: copied or reproduced. If this stipulation is
FANUC Robotics America, Inc. infringed, we reserve the right to exclude the
Drawer #5739 person concerned from the course and to take
PO Box 79001 further legal action. The documentation issued
Detroit, MI 48279-5739 serves informative purposes; it is based on the
current state of technical development and does
not include documentaiton updates.

Liability
FANUC Robotics America is not liable for loss
or theft of property brought into the training
rooms, especially clothing and valuables.

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Computer Based Training
Web Based Robot Operations
Training: Benefits:
• Self-paced learning when you need it
FANUC Robotics’ Web Based Training (WBT)
• Offers instant feedback, letting students
Program, “Robot Operations”, is an introductory
know about areas that may need review
robotics course that includes basic robot
• Use as a primer to instructor-led courses
terminology and operational skills. The CBT is
held at FANUC Robotics America Rochester
a self-paced learning tool that allows users to
Hills facility
access information and move through material
• Diminishes the time users spend away from
based on a person’s specific interest or need.
their primary job function for training
The course content and structure is based on
• Reduces travel expenses to attend basic
an assessment of concepts and skills taught at
operations training
the FANUC Robotics America’s training facility
• Can also be used as a refresher course, due
in the course named, “Robot Operations.”
to constant personnel changes
FANUC Robotics Robot Operation WBT is,
• Provides customers the latest in Instruc-
“Training you need, when you need it!”
tional Design
Ordering Information: • CEU accreditation available
To view a demo or for in-depth information on Objectives:
this training product, call 1-800-47-ROBOT or
Upon completion of the course the student will
email: traininginfo@fanucrobotics.com.
be able to:
Features: • Demonstrate or explain how to safely cycle
• Easy-to-use interface for simple navigation power from the Standard Operator Panel
• Access to specific content through modules observing recommended safety practices
that target specific areas of interest or need • Describe how to move the robot in the
• Provides self-assessment through Progress JOINT and WORLD jog modes, anticipating
Check and Mastery Challenge testing the robot’s direction and speed, using the
• Automatically bookmarks progress through Teach Pendant
the course based on username logon and • Describe or demonstrate creating and
password identification, making identification making changes to Teach Pendant programs
of completed modules easily recognizable • Describe or demonstrate how to access,
• Provides printable Quick Reference Guides test, abort or run a program in a production
for step-by-step instructions to accomplish environment
specific tasks for future reference.
• On-demand detailed reporting of student's
progress and completion

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Operations and Programming Classes


Robot Operations KAREL Operation & Introduction
24 Hours, Class Code: J2P0305 to Programming
Course Description: 40 Hours, Class Code: J2P0315

This course is intended for the person who Course Description:


operates or may be required to perform mainte- This course covers operation of the SYSTEMS
nance on a system R-J to R-J3iB Controller with R-J to R-J3iB Controller and fundamentals of
standard application software package. It covers the KAREL language. Instruction includes
the tasks and procedures needed to reach the material contained in the “Robot Operations”
course goals with both classroom instruction and course in addition to fundamental programming
hands-on training. The course does not address techniques using the KAREL language. The
the set-up and operation of specific software course is not an in-depth programming course
features and options. and is focused on the interpretation of existing
Course Objectives: code rather than development of application
• Power up and Jog the Robot programs.
• Recover from common program and robot Course Objectives:
faults • Perform startup and shutdown procedures
• Execute production operations • Jog the robot
• Create, modify and execute a teach pendant • Teach positional data
program • Perform error recovery procedures
• Backup and restore individual programs and • Write, enter, debug and test simple KAREL
files and teach pendant programs
Prerequisites: None Prerequisites: None

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Operations and Programming Classes (Cont.)
KAREL Operation & Accelerated Course Note:
Language Programming The following programming courses are
80 Hours, Class Code: J2P0320
intended for an operator, technician, engineer or
Course Description: programmer who must setup and record a
This is an accelerated course for engineers and program on a System R-J to R-J3iB controlled
technicians with prior programming experience robot with a specific application software such
on a high level such as ‘C’, ‘PASCAL’, or as ArcTool, DispenseTool, HandlingTool,
‘FORTRAN’. The students will create, write, PaintTool, PalletTool or SpotTool. The courses
and modify application programs using KAREL cover the Robot Operations outline intermixed
language. This course covers the KAREL with the tasks required to set up the specific
Operations and Introduction to Programming application, test, run and refine the program and
class outline as well as concepts that explain production setup.
fundamental programming techniques using the
KAREL language, language syntax, system ArcTool Operation and
variables and the I/O structure. Advanced Programming
topics of multi-tasking, file handling and serial 32 Hours, Class Code: J2P0410
communications are covered. Course Objectives:
Course Objectives: • Safely power up the robot from a complete
• Perform startup and shutdown procedures shutdown
• Jog the Robot • Manipulate the robot using the teach
• Teach positional data pendant
• Perform error recovery procedures • Setup and test robot movement parameters
• Write, enter, debug and test KAREL and for a given work cell and torch
HandlingTool (TPP+) programs. • Setup ArcTool for specific weld applications
• Create and test weld programs for a given
Prerequisites: Prior programming weld task
experience on a high level language such • Edit weld programs in teach mode
as “C”, PASCAL, or FORTRAN. • Setup and save to file management devices
Michigan • Manipulate I/O in program logic and real
J un 1 8 logic
A ug 6 Prerequisites: None
Dec 17 Michigan
May 10
Jul 6
S ep 13
Nov 8
D ec 6

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Operations and Programming Classes (Cont.)


DispenseTool Operation & HandlingTool Operation &
Programming Programming
32 Hours, Class Code: J2P0210 32 Hours, Class Code: J2P0310
Course Objectives: Course Objectives:
• Power up and Jog the Robot • Power up and Jog the Robot
• Recover from common program and robot • Recover from common program and robot
faults faults
• Execute production operations • Execute production operations
• Create, modify and execute a dispensing • Create, modify and execute a material
program handling program
• Backup and restore individual programs and • Create and execute MACROs
files • Monitor, force and simulate input and output
signals
Prerequisites: None • Backup and restore individual programs and
Michigan files
J un 1 4
J ul 1 2 Prerequisites: None
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Oc t 4 Ma y 2 4 J un 8
Oc t 2 5 J un 1 4 Sep 14
Dec 13 J un 2 8 Dec 7
J ul 1 2 California
PaintTool Operation & J ul 2 6 Ma y 4
Programming A ug 9 J un 2 2
32 Hours, Class Code: J2P0510 A ug 2 3 Oc t 2 5
Sep 7 Dec 14
Course Objectives: Sep 20 Ohio
• Power up and Jog the Robot Oc t 4 Ma y 1 8
• Recover from common program and robot Oc t 1 8 J ul 2 7
faults Oc t 2 5 Oc t 1 9
• Execute production operations No v 1 Illinois
• Setup paint parameters (FF,AA,FA,ES) No v 8 J un 2 9
• Create, modify and execute a teach pendant No v 2 9 A ug 2 4
process Dec 13 Oc t 2 6
Prerequisites: None Dec 20
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Operations and Programming Classes (Cont.)
PalletTool Operation & SpotTool Operation & Programming
Programming with Servo Gun
32 Hours, Class Code: J3P0710 40 Hours, Class Code: J20610SG
Course Objectives: Course Objectives:
• Power up and Jog the Robot • Power up and Jog the Robot
• Recover from common program and robot • Recover from common program and robot
faults faults
• Setup the Pallet System • Execute production operations
• Setup the Gripper Signals and Sensors • Create, modify and execute a teach pendant
• Teach the Infeed and Pallet Stations and program
Station I/O • Backup and restore individual programs and
• Create the Unit Loads and Optimal Path and files
Download • Setup SpotTool and all related I/O
• Execute production operations • Setup and test auxiliary axis settings needed
• Create, modify and execute a palletizing for Servo Gun operation
teach pendant program • Setup SpotTool for Servo Gun welding
• Backup and restore individual programs and • Create and test weld programs using the Servo
files Gun
• Development charges will be added to • Setup Servo Gun pressure schedules including
any on-site training request. the Weld Stroke
Prerequisites: None • Manipulate the Servo Gun using Teach
Pendant keys
Michigan
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Dec 6 Oc t 1 8
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SpotTool Operation &
Programming
32 Hours, Class Code: J2P0610
Course Objectives:
• Power up and Jog the Robot
• Recover from common program and robot
faults
• Execute production operations
• Create, modify and execute a teach pendant
program
• Backup and restore individual programs and
files
• Setup SpotTool and all related I/O
Prerequisites: None
Michigan
Ma y 3
J un 7
J un 2 8
J ul 2 6
A ug 2 3

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Specialized Training Classes

Course Notes: HandlingTool Features and Options


40 Hours, Class Code: ADV0310
These courses cover additional functionality and
are designed for experienced students who Course Objectives:
have taken our standard applications • Create multi-tasking TP programs
courses. They do not cover basic Robot • Write condition handler TP programs for
Operations or programming. Features and unexpected interrupts – global and local
Options Courses do not cover advanced • Setup Payload Schedules and code their use
programming topics, but focus on the set up • Setup Collision Guard sensitivities and code
and execution of both standard and optional their use
features which lie outside the scope of normal • Perform Background Editing of a TP program
day-to-day operation. • Address Coordinate Offsets within a TP
program
ArcTool Features and Options • Setup and use the TP Menus and Prompts
40 Hours, Class Code: ADV0410 Feature
• Setup the PassWord Feature
Course Objectives: • Backup and restore individual programs and
• Write multi-tasking programs files
• Setup payload schedules, Collision Guard
sensitivities and use them in a program Prerequisites: Completion of
• Setup and use the Torchmate option HandlingTool Operations and
• Setup and use Touch Sensing Programming.
• Use Rapid Fault Recovery
• Setup and use TAST
Michigan
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Prerequisites: Completion of ArcTool J un 2 1
Operations and Programming. J ul 1 9
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Michigan
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Dec 13 40 Hours, Class Code: ADVTPP

SpotTool Features and Options Course Description


40 Hours, Class Code: ADV0610 Advanced programming is the next step after an
Course Objectives: Operation and Programming class. Topics from
• Shift Function the previous classes will be used in this class to
• Tool Frame Adjust option develop a more complex scenario. Students will
• Coordinates Offset function be given the task of creating all the necessary
• Remote Tool Center Point option programs to integrate robots into a cell.
• Error Recovery option Course Objectives:
• Collision Guard option • Define cell requirements
• DeviceNet I/O option • Develop programs with a language
• Backup and restore individual programs and independent model
files • Coding of programs using advanced
• SpotTool+ Advanced Functions option programming techniques
• Program Toolbox option • Cell Interface
Prerequisites: Completion of SpotTool • Error Trapping / Recovery
Operations and Programming. Prerequisites: Completion of an
Michigan “Operation & Programming” class.
A ug 3 0 Please call the FANUC Robotics Training Registrar
for course availability.

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Specialized Training Classes (Cont.)
PalletTool Feature & Options • Setup single view process (robot mtd. camera)
40 Hours, Class Code: ADV0710T • Set up multi-view process (robot mtd. camera)
• Load, save, and backup projects
Course Description: • TPP programming using robot server
This course makes use of FANUC Robotics • Troubleshooting
PalletPRO 3D robot palletizing simulation Prerequisites: Completion of HandlingTool
software. The instructional activities included in
Programming, HandlingTool Features and
this course provide procedures for creating a
PalletPRO virtual workcell and downloading data Options or KAREL Operations &
to the robot. PalletTool Turbo, a variant of Programming
PalletTool, will be used for high speed palletizing.
Michigan
This course does not cover basic robot opera- Aug 30
May 17
tions or HandlingTool programming.
Jun 1 S ep 27
Course Objectives: Jun 28 Oct 11
• Create a new workcell using PalletPRO Jul 6 Nov 1
• Edit the virtual robot properties Aug 2 Nov 22
• Add palletizing instruction to TP programs
• Specify and fine tune the best path for your visLOC 3D Operation &
robot to take when palletizing Programming
• Modify Utool values for various grippers Please call the FANUC Robotics Training Registrar
• Use pallet offset information for course availability.
• Enable alternate return paths ( clear/diag Servo Gun Operation & Programming
return) 16 Hours, Class Code: SERVOGUN
• Stack with labels out and flipped layers
• Set up Ethernet communications between the Course Description:
robot and a PC This course covers the features that an operator,
Prerequisites: Completion of PalletTool technician, engineer or programmer needs to set up
and operate a Servo Gun using FANUC Robotics
Operations and Programming.
SpotTool+ Software with the Servo Gun option. It is
Michigan designed for those who are familiar with SpotTool+
Ma y 1 7 using Air Gun but have not previously worked with
A ug 9 Servo Gun. It does not cover any basic operation,
O c t 11 set up, or programming of the robot.
No v 1 5 Course Objectives:
• Setup and test auxiliary axis settings needed for
visLOC 2D Operation & Servo Gun operation
Programming • Setup SpotTool+ for Servo Gun welding
24 Hours, Class Code: VISLOC1 • Create and test weld programs using the Servo
Gun
Course Description:
• Set up Servo Gun pressure schedules including
This course covers the basic tasks and proce- the Weld Stroke menu
dures required for an operator, technician, • Manipulate the Servo Gun using Teach Pendant
engineer or programmer to setup, teach, test and keys
modify vision applications in production using an
R-J3/R-J3iB controller equipped with visLOC
Prerequisites: Completion of SpotTool
software. Operations and Programming.
Course Objectives: Michigan
• Power up and jog the robot J ul 7
• Set Robot TCP/IP Parameters Sep 8
• Setup Ethernet parameters in VisLOC No v 2 2
• Setup and calibrate the camera
• Setup single view process (fix mtd. camera)

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Specialized Training Classes (Cont.)


visTRAC Operation & Programming PaintPRO Robotic Workcell
32 Hours, Class Code: visTRAC Simulation
Course Description: 8 Hours, Class Code: PntPRO

This course covers the basic tasks and proce- Course Description:
dures required for an operator, technician, This class demonstrates how to use PaintPRO
engineer or programmer to setup, teach, test and simulation software to program FANUC’s new
modify vision applications in production using an P-500 paint robots. Upon completion of this
R-J3/R-J3iB controller equipped with visLOC class, students will know how to setup a multi-
software. arm workcell and add a new style utilizing the
Course Objectives: Cad Generator program.
• Power up and jog the robot Course Objectives:
• Set Robot TCP/IP Parameters " Create a Virtual WorkCell
• Setup Ethernet parameters in VisLOC " Jogging Robots using the Virtual Teach
• Setup and calibrate the camera Pendant & Teach Tool
• Setup single view process (fix mtd. camera) " Creating a Program
• Setup single view process (robot mtd. " Editing a Program
camera) " Calibrating the Virtual & Real World
• Setup Line Tracking WorkCells (overview only)
• Develop a visTRAC application " Create a Style using the Cad Generator
• Hardware/Software overview program
• Set up multi-view process (robot mtd.
camera)
Prerequisites: Previous experience or
• Load, save, and backup projects training in a related field involving the
• TPP programming using robot server application of paint materials using
• Troubleshooting automation would be helpful to the
Prerequisites: Completion of student.
HandlingTool Programming, Please call the FANUC Robotics Training
HandlingTool Features and Options or Registrar for course availability.
KAREL Operations & Programming
Please call the FANUC Robotics Training
Registrar for course availability.

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Specialized Training Classes (Cont.)
HandlingWorks Operations PC Developer’s Kit
24 Hours, Class Code: JWP0310 24 Hours, Class Code: J3P0320
Course Description: Course Description:
This course is intended for the person who sets This course introduces programmers and
up or operates an R-J3 controller using the system analysts to the features and functions of
HandlingWorks system package and a FANUC the PC Developers Kit. You will develop stand
Robot equipped with a standard Material alone robot interactive PC application programs
Handling application software package. and graphical user interfaces which communi-
Course Objectives: cate information and instructions between a PC
and a FANUC RJ3 controller.
• Describe the Main Menu Screens
• Setup the workcell layout on the Graphical Course Objectives:
Interface • Install, setup, and verify Ethernet communi-
• Monitor the Robot and/or specific workcell cation between the PC and the robot system
items • State the function of the TPP macro
• Troubleshoot alarms and recover programs provided to support PCDK
• Force, simulate and monitor I/O Signals • State the function of the KAREL built-in
• Define other specific user defined data needs routines provided to support PCDK
• Manipulate files between the HOST and each • Write an independent PC program which will
individual Robot respond to an event initiated by a TPP or
Prerequisites: Completion of KAREL program
• Write a PC program that reads and changes
HandlingTool or KAREL Operations & positional and numeric data from a KAREL
Programming. and TPP program
Please call the FANUC Robotics Training • Write a PC program that monitors and
Registrar for course availability. responds in changes to the status of specific
digital, analog or grouped I/O
Prerequisites: Completion of
HandlingTool Programming or KAREL
Operations & Programming.
Please call the FANUC Robotics Training
Registrar for course availability.

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Electrical Maintenance Classes

Course Notes: Electrical Maintenance w/R-J3iB


LR Mate Controller
Electrical courses are designed for mainte- 32 Hours, Class Code: J3iBME0250
nance personnel responsible for installing and
maintaining the System RS1 configured, R-J2,
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R-J3 or R-J3iB controller. Although Robot
Operations is not a prerequisite for these Electrical Maintenance w/R-J2
courses, the operational aspects covered in
these courses are minimal. A review of the
Controller
32 Hours, Class Code: J2E0250
functions that the student will be required to
perform when back in the workplace is advised. Michigan
J un 2 1
Note: If a student is required to set up and
J ul 2 6
program the robot, the Robot Operations or
A ug 2 3
application programming class is also
No v 1
recommended.
Course Objectives (the following Electrical Maintenance w/R-J2
Objectives apply to ALL Electrical LR Mate Controller
Maintenance Courses): 32 Hours, Class Code: J2ELR01
• Safely power up the robot from complete Michigan
shutdown Oc t 1 8
• Manipulate the robot using the teach
pendant
• Recognize and describe major robot Electrical Maintenance
components w/R-J3 Controller
• Troubleshoot Class 1, 2 and 3 faults 32 Hours, Class Code: J3E0250
• Master the robot Michigan
• Manipulate I/O for the robot Ma y 2 4
J un 2 8
J ul 1 2
Electrical Maintenance w/R-H A ug 1 6
Controller Sep 13
Oc t 4
Electrical Maintenance w/ RS1-4 No v 2 9
Configured w/RJ-2 Controller
M-410i Robot Electrical Electrical Maintenance w/RS1-4
Maintenance w/ R-J2 Controller Configured or RIA R-J3 Control
Please call the FANUC Robotics Training Reliable Controller
Registrar for course availability for these 32 Hours, Class Code: J3ERS1
classes. Michigan
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Electrical Maintenance Classes (Cont.)

Electrical Maintenance Paint Electrical Maintenance


w/R-J3iB Controller w/R-J3 Controller
32 Hours, Class Code: J3iBE0250 32 Hours, Class Code: J3EP550
Michigan C an ad a Michigan
Ma y 3 A ug 1 0 Ma y 2 4
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J un 7 California No v 1
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J ul 1 9 No v 3 0 Paint Electrical Maintenance
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w/RIA R-J3 Control Reliable
J un 1 5 Controller
Sep 27 A ug 1 7
O c t 11 32 Hours, Class Code: J3EP550CR
Dec 7
No v 1 6 Illinois Michigan
Dec 6 M a y 11 Sep 20
Dec 20 J ul 1 3
Oc t 1 2 Paint Electrical Maintenance
w/R-J3iB Controller
32 Hours, Class Code: J3iBEP550
Paint Electrical Maintenance
w/R-J2 Controller Michigan
32 Hours, Class Code: J2EP550 Ma y 1 7
J un 1 4
Michigan J ul 6
J un 2 1 A ug 2
Sep 27 Sep 7
Dec 20 O c t 11
No v 2 9
Dec 6

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Mechanical Maintenance Classes

Course Notes: M-410i Robot Disassembly/


These courses are recommended for
Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTD410i
mechanical technicians or other persons
responsible for mechanical troubleshooting, Michigan
maintenance and repair of the robot. We Ma y 3
require some previous mechanical knowledge J ul 2 6
of repair and assembly of robots or machine Sep 20
tools. These courses provide detailed M-410iB Robot Disassembly/
instruction and procedures necessary for
complete disassembly, inspection and
Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTD410iB
reassembly of the FANUC mechanical unit.
Michigan
Course Objectives (the following J un 7
Objectives apply to ALL Mechanical J un 2 1
Maintenance Courses): A ug 2 3
• Diagnose robot mechanical problems to Oc t 1 8
the component level No v 2 9
• Replace all mechanical components on the M-420 Robot Disassembly/
robot Reassembly
• Perform adjustments to the robot
32 Hours, Class Code: MTD420i
• Perform periodic maintenance on the
mechanical unit Michigan
Dec 8
M-6i or AM100i Robot Disassembly/ Feb 23
Reassembly Ma y 1 0
20 Hours, Class Code: MTDM6i
Michigan M-710i/M710iB Robot Disassembly/
Sep 7 Reassembly
Oc t 4 28 Hours, Class Code: MTDM710i
No v 1 5 Michigan
M-6iB or AM100iB Robot A ug 2
No v 1
Disassembly/Reassembly Dec 20
24 Hours, Class Code: MTDM6iB
Michigan P-50 Robot Disassembly/
A ug 9 Reassembly
No v 2 2 32 Hours, Class Code: MTDP145
M-16i or AM120i Robot Michigan
Disassembly/Reassembly Sep 13
20 Hours, Class Code: MTDM16i P-145 Robot Disassembly/
Michigan Reassembly
J un 1 32 Hours, Class Code: MTDP145
J ul 6 Michigan
Oc t 6 J un 1 4
No v 1 7 J ul 6
M-16iB or AM120iB Robot O c t 11
Disassembly/Reassembly P-155 Robot Disassembly/
24 Hours, Class Code: MTDM16iB Reassembly
Michigan 32 Hours, Class Code: MTDP155
A ug 9 Michigan
No v 2 2 Ma y 1 7
Dec 20
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Mechanical Maintenance Classes (Cont.)
P-200 Robot Disassembly/ S-500 Robot Disassembly/
Reassembly Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTDP200 32 Hours, Class Code: MTDS500
Michigan Michigan
J un 1 Ma y 1 7
A ug 2 3 J ul 1 9
No v 1 6 Sep 7

P-200E Robot Disassembly/ S-500iB Robot Disassembly/


Reassembly Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTDP200E 32 Hours, Class Code: MTDS500iB
Michigan Michigan
j ul 1 2 Sep 27
A ug 9 No v 8
Sep 20 R-J3iB LR Mate Mechanical
Oc t 2 5 Maintnenance
8 Hours
R-2000i Robot Disassembly/ Course Description:
Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTDR2000i This one day lecture course provides a
mechanical overview of the FANUC robot in a
Michigan
classroom environment. Also covered are the
Ma y 1 0
adjustment and maintenance procedures.
J un 1 4
J un 2 8 Course Objectives:
J ul 1 2 This course covers the basic mechanical
J ul 2 6 structure of the robot. This will enable the
A ug 1 6 student to perform adjustments and mainte-
Sep 13 nance on the mechanical unit. More specifically,
Oc t 4 students completing this course will have an
No v 1 understanding of:
No v 2 9 • Mechanical adjustments to the robot.
Dec 20 • Periodic maintenance on the mechanical
S-420i Robot Disassembly/ unit.
Reassembly Michigan
32 Hours, Class Code: MTDS42i Oc t 2 9
Michigan
Ma y 2 4
J un 2 8
A ug 3 0
Oc t 2 5
Dec 6
S-430i Robot Disassembly/
Reassembly
32 Hours, Class Code: MTDS43i
Michigan
J un 2 1
J ul 1 9
A ug 2 3
O c t 11
Dec 13

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FANUC ROBOTICS PROVIDES THE TRAINING YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT!

Reservation Information

Things you should know before calling to make a class reservation:


1) Know the Controller model you require for 3) Know the Application Software (ArcTool,
training. This can be found on the upper right HandlingTool, KAREL, etc.). The Teach
side of the Controller. Pendant will display this when you power-up
the Controller.

2) Know the Robot Model. This can be found


on all robot arms.
4) Know how many students will be attending
and on which dates.
5) Where would you like to attend the training?
At FANUC Robotics’ site or your location?
6) If you would like training on-site, do you
have dedicated robot(s) for training?

Where to make the Reservation:


1) PHONE: You can call 1-800-47-ROBOT
(1-800-477-6268) at anytime between the
hours of 8:00 am - 4:30 pm EST.
2) WEB: www.fanucrobotics.com - Select
“Training” then “Course Registration”

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Rochester Hills, MI Facility Map
FANUC Robotics America
N
3900 W. Hamlin Road Rochester Hills
Rochester Hills, MI 48309-3253
Tienken Rd.
Oakland Pontia c
Airport University

Pontiac
Featherstone
M5 Hamlin Rd.

Updyke Rd
FANUC Robotics
M59

Rochester Rd.
Squirrel Rd

Featherstone

Front Lobby Mt. C lemens


Troy
Hamlin West Birmingham
Big Beaver

To I75 Hamlin East

M59 West
59
Squirrel Rd

Adams Rd

M59 East

N I696 Warren

Highland
Park

I96
Te legraph Rd. - M24

Dearborn

I94 Windsor

I75 CANADA
401
Detroit Metro
Airport

From Oakland Pontiac Airport:


M59 East to North Squirrel. Take Hamlin Road East. Go past Adams traffic light, take first
Boulevard turn around. FANUC Robotics on north side of Hamlin.
From Detroit Metro Airport:
I-94 East to I-75 North to Adams Road Exit. Turn Left, north on Adams Road, go approxi-
mately 3 miles. Turn right on Hamlin, take first Boulevard turn around. FANUC Robotics on
north side of Hamlin.
From Detroit City Airport:
Outer Drive North to VanDyke North, to I-696 West, to I-75 North, to M-59 East, to North Squirrel
Exit. Right on Hamlin Rd. Go past Adams Road traffic light. Take first Boulevard turn around.
FANUC Robotics on north side of Hamlin Rd.

To Register Call 1-800-47-ROBOT Or Contact Us At www.fanucrobotics.com 19


FANUC ROBOTICS PROVIDES THE TRAINING YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED IT!

FANUC Robotics America, Inc.

Rochester Hills, MI 48309-3253


3900 West Hamlin Road

1-800-47-ROBOT

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