I had fantastic, knowledgeable colleagues to guide me, and I had a lot of freedom to try and often break things.
In the unlikely event that you don't learn lots of stuff, I offer a day refund policy. Over the last ten years I've worked with a lot of other programmers who had to blindly stumble around the Teach Pendant, guessing at the best way to get things done.
Too often I see production systems that have to be manually jogged out of errors when they should have just been able to press the green button. This course covers; 1 Move a Robot in 3D, 2 Adjust the display, 3 View multiple windows, 4 Edit Robot Properties, 5 Add a Part and define the part in a Cell, 6 Add a torch to the robot, 7 Add a dressout to Joint 3, 8 Defining a relationship between Tool and Part,9 Virtual Teach Pendant, 9 Restart the Controller, 10 Create a welding program, 11 Apply orientation offsets, 12 Adjust the program's default settings, 13 learn all the viewing options after a program run, 14 View the programs profile, 15 Create a user frame, 16 Calibrate the workcell, 17 Importing and Exporting Teach Pendant Programs.
Traditionally you've had a few choices: Attend a FANUC training course expensive, slow, travel required Read the manuals boring, TL;DR Trial and error good luck If you're lucky you might have another programmer on staff who can get you up to speed if they have time.
Let's make our customers' lives easy and handle issues before they happen.
Excluded axes are Servo gun axes, Independent axes, and Continuous turn axes. That's why I wrote this book. Armed with a firm understanding of how FANUC robots work and how an experienced developer works with them, you'll find yourself well-equipped to handle whatever applications come your way.
I've done hundreds of code reviews where application errors were the result of just doing things "the hard way" when there was a much easier way.