Introduction to Arc Welding
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This course runs 2.5 days
Who Should Attend
The INTRODUCTION TO ARC WELDING course is designed specifically for customers who have little or no previous experience in ARC WELDING.
The course is designed to combine the benefits of both classroom training and hands-on training in robotic welding. After doing a review of welding theory, students will have the ability to set up arc start and arc end files, weaving files and understand the purpose of a welder condition file At the completion of this course, students will be able to program and modify robotic welding jobs, set up and modify weld parameters and use both weaves and reference points. Course prerequisite is basic programming knowledge. Students must know how to create and edit their own programs before taking this course, as well as being familiar with the programming pendant
Students attending this course receive the INTRODUCTION TO ARC WELDING manual as well as additional handouts that relate to specific topics covered in the class.
Primary topics include: - manual mig welding theory - basic operation of robot, creation and editing of robot jobs - using the ARCON and ARCOF instructions - in-line instructions and ARC START / ARC END files - setting up of weld parameters - weaving and reference points
This is a 2.5 day course and it is specific to the XRC, NX100 and DX100 controllers