As an organization we do our best to keep a pulse on industry trends. In a recent article by Robotics Online they mentioned that in July 2016 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) published a research finding stating, “In some industries, already more than 40% of tasks are being performed by robots.“ If the use of robots is growing, so is the need for individuals who program, maintain and operate those machines.
It’s not just the robotics industry that is projected to see growth in 2017. The metal Power Industries Federation MPIF.org has estimated sales in the PIM industry to reach nearly $1.5 billion in 2017 and could possibly double in a span of five years.
Our business is all about hands-on training, that’s what we do. We are seeing growth and interest first-hand in the areas of robotics and injection molding. Therefore, in response to our customer needs, we are proud to introduce two new hands-on training offerings for 2017:
This training is made for the programming personnel of KUKA industrial robots. This course provides training with regard to proper and safety-conscious operation of a robot in a production environment, modification and maintenance of robot application programs, and the creation of linear application programs.
This training is designed to focus on troubleshooting of injection molding machines and processes. During this training participants will look at the problems, causes and solutions to injection molding. Understand the different types of injection molding methods and learn how to safely and efficiently operate an injection-molding machine.
For more information about our new Multi-Axis Robot Programming training, Plastics Injection Molding courses or any other training programs call (855) 790-8596 to speak with a customer service representative or Contact NTT and get registered for your next training today!
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