Robot In-house Robot Facility.

FANUC And KUKU, ABB Robots in-house Training

I Robots Innovative Solution offers both product classes and system classes at sites. We have In-House facility to experience actual BIW line setup. When training is to be conducted at facility, we strive to ensure that the environment provided is safe and conducive to learning.

The quantity of robots and equipment needed for training are available at our shop floor while training, These units will be dedicated to training for the duration of the course

Customized Classes

The Training Department will support training on products developed and/or supported by I Robots Innovative Solution. This training includes training on programming, electrical, mechanical maintenance and troubleshooting. This training can be executed at any of our training locations, or upon request, at the customer's facilities.

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Customized Product Training

I Robots Innovative Solution also offers customized Product training courses available for dedicated classes at our training facilities or for on-site training.

Note: Additional development may be required to support peripheral equipment concerns.

Robot programming training

we provide offline as well as online robot programming training for beginner as well intermitted

What’s the difference between offline and online robot programming ?

  • Offline programming involves creating and testing robot programs using a computer or a dedicated offline programming station, separate from the actual robot and its physical environment. 
  • Programmers use simulation software and virtual environments to develop and test robot programs without the need for direct access to the robot.
  • Programmers can define paths, trajectories, and programming logic without the robot being physically present.
  • Commonly used in industries such as automotive manufacturing, where precision and efficiency are crucial.
  • Online programming involves creating, modifying, and testing robot programs directly on the physical robot, typically using the robot’s teach pendant or a connected computer.
  • Programmers manually guide the robot to record and teach specific movements and tasks.
  • Using the teach pendant or programming interface, programmers input commands, define waypoints, and adjust parameters while the robot is in its operational environment.