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Learning Labs and Intelitek are hosting a Yaskawa Industrial Robotics Certification Workshop August 27-28, 2019, in Calhoun, GA.

Limited to 8-10 Participants
This unique two-day workshop incorporates Intelitek's Fundamentals of Robotics course to introduce participants to the essentials of robotics theory and operation of the industrial Yaskawa MHJF robotic arm and FS100 controller. The number of participants is limited for better personalized instruction and intense hands-on experience.

Become a Certified Yaskawa Operator
At the completion of this hands-on workshop, participants are eligible to take the Yaskawa Certified Operator exam to potentially obtain the Motoman Operator Certification.

The total cost for the full two-day session is $800 per attendee. This fee includes a $50 voucher for the instructor to take the certification exam. This fee does not include lodging and meals.


How to Register
If you are interested in attending this exciting workshop, call Laura or Stephanie (or click the links to email them) at 1-800-334-4943. We will contact you with further information and instructions on how to proceed.


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Lab Activity A

  • Power on the FS100.

  • Connect the MJHF robot to the programming pendant.

  • Identify the function of several important PP keys.

  • Identify several status symbols in the status display area.

  • Manually rotate all six axes of the robot.

  • Raise and lower the speed of manual axis rotation.


Lab Activity B

  • Identify the MJHF’s home position.

  • Home the robot.

  • Create a robot manipulation program (job) using the manual control in joint coordinate mode.

  • Add steps to the job.

  • Modify the speed of the job steps.


Lab Activity C

  • Manipulate the robot manually using the Cartesian coordinate mode.

  • Create a robot manipulation program (job) with MOVL (linear interpolation) and MOVC (circular interpolation) using manual control in Cartesian coordinate mode.

  • Define the basic concept of spline motion.


Lab Activity D

  • Define and modify position variables.

  • Create a basic pick and place job by adding position variables.

  • Navigate the inform list to edit a job.


Lab Activity E

  • Add input and output instructions to a job.

  • Manipulate the gripper.

  • Teach and play a complete pick and place job.


Lab Activity F

  • Call a subroutine into your main job.

  • Add delays into the job.

  • Add comments to the job.


Lab Activity G

  • Identify the purposes of all icons in the status display area.

  • Backup and restore a job.

  • Resolve the common movement alarm.

  • Run a job continuously.


Lab Activity H

  • Modify the tool point center and tool offset of your robot.

  • Jog the robot in tool coordinates mode.

Lab Activity I

  • Define a cubic interference area.

  • Set up an alarm that will sound when the robot enters an interference area.


Lab Activity J

  • Define a user coordinate system.

  • Manipulate the MHJF using the coordinate system.

  • Define position variables within the coordinate system.

  • Create a pick and place job that operates successfully on a sloped area.


Lab Activity K

  • Modify the position level of motion instructions.

  • Apply precision level modifications to a job.

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