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This document is an outline of a standard course layout, applicable for all types of GPR Robots, including Swap Master models. The training course is structured in a way to cover different aspects of the product design, operation, applications, diagnostics and troubleshooting. The training curricula are configurable to best comply with specific robot use in a customized environment.
Introduces the students to the structure and basic characteristics of the material handling system, including robot, controller and optional modules such as pre-aligner, wafer scanner, etc.
This part of the course outlines the necessary steps to ensure proper handling of the system, starting from the system receipt to connecting and operating the robot.
Describes the operation of the “Gencobot Tool Box” utility and its features.
This part of the course covers the motion control software embedded in the robot controller. Provides information about the architecture of the robot firmware and basic functionality guaranteed at different hierarchical levels. Host-controller communication is also discussed.
Outlines homing principles and algorithms, based on robot specification. The following topics are covered:
This part of the course introduces the students to process of creating and adjusting specific points (stations) in the robot-working envelope. The following topics are covered:
The pre-aligning section discusses application and teaching of wafer-aligning module (pre-aligner). This part of the course is optional for customers that do not utilize the pre-aligner.
Describes the idea behind scanning (mapping) process. Outlines setting and calibrating scanner modules. This part of the course is optional for customers that do not utilize the scanner.
Teaches basic skills for implementing a GPR inherent feature to compensate for deflection of the arm due to weight of the manipulated object.
This part of the course outlines predefined trajectory patterns, which allow GPR robots increase material handling performance
This section is designed to provide the user with specific information for fast and effective troubleshooting of the problems associated with system hardware and operations.
Provides necessary principles and shares hands on experience for building typical applications with GPR robots. Special emphasis is given to resolution of geometrical constraints and throughput enhancement by optional placement of the robot, planning the motion strategies, implementing advanced techniques such as smooth trajectories, deflection compensation, etc.