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Robotics Skills modules

This group of modules covers the design, construction, and operation of robots. Each module in this competency group builds on the one before it, giving you confidence as you develop your knowledge in a way that is logical and intuitive.

Introduction to Robotics

This module reviews the use of robots across a variety of industries. Upon completion, you will be able explain how robots are used in industrial settings, list different types of robots, and understand the history of their use (Estimated completion time: 1.1 hours).

Robot Safety

Upon completion of this module, you will be able to identify types of accidents involving industrial robots, sources of hazards, ANSI/RIA safety standards, and PPE associated with robots (Estimated completion time: 1.5 hours).

Robot Axes

This module summarizes how the manipulator of an articulated robot is capable of reaching any point within its maximum envelope from different directions. Upon completion of this module, you will be able to list six axes of an articulated robot, as well as different coordinate systems and how each is applied to define the location of the same point (Estimated completion time: 1.7 hours).

Robot Manipulator

This module describes the components and limitations of the manipulator within a system. Upon completion of this module, you will be able to list types of actuators and sensors used on a manipulator, understand the terms “payload” and “armload,” and define robot accuracy and repeatability (Estimated completion time: 1.3 hours).

Controller and End Effectors

This module is designed to teach you how to identify different end effectors and the components of the controller used in a robotic system. Upon completion, you will be able to identify the functions of a teach pendent and each type of module of a robot controller, as well as list the different types of end effectors (Estimated completion time: 1.7 hours).

Robot Programs

This module outlines the required format, terms, and information of a robot program. Upon completion of this module, you will be able to understand the importance of syntax and creating a plan to write a robot program, as well as the difference between an instruction and an argument. You will also be able to list common data types and methods of repeating sections (Estimated completion time: 1.3 hours).

Industrial Robot Applications

This module is designed to help you understand the different applications an industrial robot may perform. Upon completion, you will be able to list the welding process performed by industrial robots, as well as their material handling applications (Estimated completion time: 1.2 hours).

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