XRC SVX-, SKX-, UP-Series Maintenance with Programming Overview
May 5 (1 - Seat Left), June 2 (4 - Seats Left), June 23, July 21 (5 - Seats Left), Aug 4
This module is a 4.5-day training class. Classes are held throughout the year, on average of average of one time per month, but typically close out 60-90 days in advance.
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please call 937-847-3307.
The XRC SVX-, SKX-, UP-Series Maintenance Module is a preventive maintenance/troubleshooting course for the XRC controller and the SVX-, SKX-, and UP-series industrial robots. Individuals responsible for maintenance/repair, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and diagnosis should attend this class. No prior robot programming experience is required, but XRC Basic Programming is highly recommended.
Students learn to perform preventive maintenance and troubleshooting on the XRC controller and SVX-, SKX-, UP-series robots.
Primary topics include:
- XRC controller hardware architecture
- Circuit board replacement
- I/O connections
- Power distribution
- Signal flow
- Basic servo theory
- Servopack replacement procedures
- Speed reducer replacement
- Motor replacement
- Preventive maintenance schedule
- Robot calibration procedures*
- Overview of Basic Programming**
Class lectures on maintenance procedures are reinforced with demonstrations. Material covered is enhanced with actual hands-on maintenance and troubleshooting performed by students. Students perform lab exerciese which reinforce topics covered in class lectures. Class size is kept small, typically 6 or fewer, to provide the high level of hands-on learning required. Students work closely with instructors to grasp the concepts of robot/controller maintenance. This course includes a one-day overview of basic robot programming for the XRC controller to facilitate maintenance and diagnostic procedures
Students receive a copy of the XRC SVX-, SKX-, UP-Series Maintenance Manual which details installation, maintenance, electrical diagrams, spare parts, etc. for the SKX-series robot model. Additional handouts relate to specific topics covered in the class. Students are urged to take notes, participate in discussions, and to bring up specific programming issues.
Training class schedules are subject to be changed without notice, based on training demands. All Training classes are held in the Miamisburg, OH Training Facility unless other prior arrangements have been confirmed.