Watch: Zero to Fully Prepared in Less Than Two Days

Deploy Collaborative Robots and Automate Your Business: No Programming Skills Needed

Adam Homan from Integrated Machinery Systems recently attended Universal Robots CORE Training at FPE Automation. He knew he would be learning how to program a Universal Robot.

He left with a comfort level that he didn’t expect.

This is what he had to say about the two days he spent at FPE Automation‘s state-of-the-art training center:

 

Adam Honan - Integrated Machinery Solutions

Zero to this in less than 2 days. I’m sure this is no big deal to a lot of experts out there. But for a guy who has avoided programming like the plague for my entire life and has never worked with a robot, this felt like a huge accomplishment.”

“Big thanks to [certified instructor] Leena Antony and the team at FPE Automation, Inc. for the excellent Universal Robots A/S training.”

“Really looking forward to pairing this technology… to help manufacturers solve staffing and production issues.”

Universal Robots’ Senior Manager, Strategic Marketing & Applications Development, Joe Campbell, had this to say about Adam Homan and his successful CORE training…

And so it starts! I have seen this scenario again and again – one smart individual quickly learns the fundamentals of Universal Robots A/S cobots, works with a value-added distributor like FPE Automation, Inc. to get their first cell up and running, and starts to incrementally re-shape their manufacturing processes.

50,000+ UR cobots can’t be wrong!”

Learn to program and operate a Universal Robot. FPE Automation, one of the few Universal Robots Platinum Distributors globally, offers UR CORE training at two Midwest Training & Technology Centers; one near O’Hare Airport in the greater Chicago region, and the other just outside St. Louis, in Missouri. In both, you’ll spend time interacting, hands-on with the robots.

You’ll find FPE Automation’s current CORE training schedule here

 

 

 

 

Source: FPE Automation Blog
Author: Sandia Harrison

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