FANUC Advanced iRVision Operation and Programming - 2D: 40 Contact Hours (3.75 CEU)
The Course covers the advanced tasks and procedures required for an operator, technician, engineer or programmer to set up, teach, test, and modify iRVision applications.
FANUC America Corporation
3900 W. Hamlin Rd. Rochester Hills, MI 48309 or 7700 Innovation Way, Mason, OH 45040
Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to select the correct vision process and command tools based on the application. The student will be able to know and understand the difference between locator tools, process tools, measurements tools and evaluations tools and know how to use them correctly. The student will be able to create multiple processes using several different parts and concepts. The student will be able to perform several different calibration procedures and will follow recommended safety practices.
Recommended safety procedures are integrated into all training exercises. In addition to presentations and demonstrations, this course offers a series of lab exercises for the student to complete. Lab exercises relate directly to the classroom presentations and are intended to reinforce what the student has learned through actual hands-on experience.
Audience: This course is intended for the person who must install, set up, program, teach, test and troubleshoot a FANUC America iRVision system.
Prerequisites: Completion of the iRVision Operations and Programming – 2D Course or have successfully completed the iRVision 2D OPT-OUT online exam, plus completion of a live, FANUC instructor led Operation and Programming course (such as HandlingTool, ArcTool, SpotTool). Completion of an online eLearn Operation and Programming course will not meet this Operation and Programming prerequisite.
FANUC Academy 2D iRVision Operation and Programming Manual