Automated Manufacturing

Continuing Education

We can create custom classes based on need or if you need hotel recommendations, please contact Matt Fuller at 435-750-3275, or email at mfuller@btech.edu.

FANUC Dual Check Safety (May 31)

Date: May 31 - June 1, 2022
Time:  8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: This course covers the tasks a technician, programmer or engineer would need to accomplish in order to set up and use FANUC America Corporation’s Dual Check Safety (DCS) software. This class is specific to robots with version 7.5 and newer software.

Prerequisite: AMAR 2500 FANUC Basic Programming Certification

Objectives:

• Understand the DCS menus
• Set up and Modify DCS General parameters
• Set up position check functions
• Recover from DCS alarm
• Modify DCS Zone Checks
• Setup Stop Position Prediction
• Create User Models and User Frames
• Set up and modify Speed Check parameters
• Set up and Modify DCS Safe I/O parameters

 

Fanuc Basic Programming (June 13)

Date: June 13 - June 17, 2022
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc recognized certification upon completion, and the course is taught by a Fanuc certified instructor. Primary topics during this four and 1/2 day training include Robot Safety, Powering up, Coordinate Systems, Motion Path Programming, Control Instructions, I/O Instructions, Logic, Data Registers, Job Editing, Position Registers, Job Functions, Userframe Setup, Tool Center Points, and Temporary Offsets. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.

Fanuc Basic Programming (August 22)

Date: August 22 - August 26, 2022
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc recognized certification upon completion, and the course is taught by a Fanuc certified instructor. Primary topics during this four and 1/2 day training include Robot Safety, Powering up, Coordinate Systems, Motion Path Programming, Control Instructions, I/O Instructions, Logic, Data Registers, Job Editing, Position Registers, Job Functions, Userframe Setup, Tool Center Points, and Temporary Offsets. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.

Fanuc Advanced Programming (September 26)

Date: September 26 - September 30
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc Advanced Programming is the next step after the Fanuc Basic Programming class. Topics from the previous classes will be used in this class to develop a more complex real world scenario. Students will start by setting up a robot from its original default condition, and will then be given a hypothetical example work cell. Then they will be given the task of creating all the necessary programs to deal with multifaceted issues using advanced programming techniques. Primary new topics during this five day course include robot setup, plc communication, robot mastering, ethernet communication, payload, tool offsets, reference positions, multitasking, error recovery and much more. Prerequisite: AMAR 2500 FANUC Basic Programming Certification. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.

Fanuc Basic Programming (October 17)

Date: October 17 - October 21, 2022
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc recognized certification upon completion, and the course is taught by a Fanuc certified instructor. Primary topics during this four and 1/2 day training include Robot Safety, Powering up, Coordinate Systems, Motion Path Programming, Control Instructions, I/O Instructions, Logic, Data Registers, Job Editing, Position Registers, Job Functions, Userframe Setup, Tool Center Points, and Temporary Offsets. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.

Fanuc Basic Programming (November 14)

Date: November 14 - November 18, 2022
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc recognized certification upon completion, and the course is taught by a Fanuc certified instructor. Primary topics during this four and 1/2 day training include Robot Safety, Powering up, Coordinate Systems, Motion Path Programming, Control Instructions, I/O Instructions, Logic, Data Registers, Job Editing, Position Registers, Job Functions, Userframe Setup, Tool Center Points, and Temporary Offsets. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.

Fanuc Advanced Programming (December 12)

Date: December 12 - December 16
Time: 8:30 am - 5 pm
Location: Logan Campus,
Room 1919
Phone: 435-750-3275
Email: mfuller@btech.edu

Description: Fanuc Advanced Programming is the next step after the Fanuc Basic Programming class. Topics from the previous classes will be used in this class to develop a more complex real world scenario. Students will start by setting up a robot from its original default condition, and will then be given a hypothetical example work cell. Then they will be given the task of creating all the necessary programs to deal with multifaceted issues using advanced programming techniques. Primary new topics during this five day course include robot setup, plc communication, robot mastering, ethernet communication, payload, tool offsets, reference positions, multitasking, error recovery and much more. Prerequisite: AMAR 2500 FANUC Basic Programming Certification. Class size is limited to 12 so everyone can perform the hands-on lab exercises.