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Understanding & Using Collaborative Robots (Cobots)
September 9 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
You can improve your career and your company with the cobot class of robots.
Robots can be hard but cobots can be easy and very useful. Learn how to use cobots and see their many benefits including completing repetitive tasks and performing intricate inspections. After this training class you will be able to identify uses for cobots and be able to implement them.
This training will also provide you with a working knowledge of the easy drag and place instructions for this entry level yet capable robot. You will learn how to move the cobot arm where you want it and have the cobot repeat the steps. You will be amazed at how many tasks you can automate and how easy it can be to get started.
Join CCAT for this interactive training session that can be taken either virtually or hands-on/in-person at our state of the art Advanced Technology Center in East Hartford, CT. The CCAT team will share their expert knowledge and experience on this engaging topic. We will show you how to program and operate a cobot through a hands-on part inspection scenario. Learn how to layout a task, move the robot, and write the program. This program will pick up a part, inspect it with a vision system and then discard bad parts and pack good parts into tray.
– Understand how you can use the cobot class of robots to improve your career and your company.
– Learn and use common robot terminology
– Learn and use basic program fundamental elements in a simple visual drag and drop format
– Learn and use basic program elements to make the robot do what you want: move commands, decision branching, input and output
– Learn how to move and teach a simple program using a Mitsubishi Assista Cobot
– Understand the basics of vision inspection
Target Audience: Engineers, Operators, Shop Managers or anyone who has an interest in implementing cobots in their work environment.
Sam Greenbank, Manufacturing Applications Engineer
David Morganson, Manufacturing Applications Engineer
Register to attend this event either virtually or in-person today.
People attending in-person have the option to stay from 3pm-4pm for more hands on cobot experience.
Industry 4.0 180 Skills Training Available
Are you interested in broadening your understanding of emerging digital technologies including cobots before this webinar? Do you work for at Connecticut SMM (<500 CT employees)? You and your company may qualify for a 180 Skills on-line training license. To learn more and apply, please click bit.ly/180Skills
Can’t fit this training class into your busy schedule contact CCAT directly at email@example.com and we can schedule a customized training event and bring our cobot and our trainers directly to you.
CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is located at the Raytheon Technologies Research Center which is adjacent to The Pratt & Whitney Campus at 409 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT. CCAT is an export control facility and all visitors at CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center will be required to sign in and present proof of citizenship. Acceptable forms for identification include a verified license/ID, passport, green card, or birth certificate. Visitors who are citizens of an embargoed country and do not have a valid US Green Card will not be permitted in the facility. CCAT follows all current CDC, State of Connecticut and Town of East Hartford, CT COVID protocols.
There are a variety of grant programs available to help Connecticut manufacturers acquire the skills, tools, and resources needed to keep pace with today’s rapidly evolving manufacturing ecosystem. Programs are funded by the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT. Visit ccat.us/programs to learn more and apply.
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