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  • 1. PLC’s and Industrial Robotics Student: Jordan Hites Instructor: Dr. Adam Stienecker
  • 2. Course Description
    • Programmable logic controllers will be used to illustrate the concepts of input/output, relay logic, and ladder logic. Industrial robots will be introduced and on-line programming will include tasks such as pick and place, finish application, and robot integration.
  • 3. Course Objectives (1-2 of 5)
    • The knowledge of defining the need and determining the proper application and safe operation for the use of PLC’s.
    • The skill of basic PLC programming for common industry applications including timers, counters, math function blocks, and registers.
  • 4. Course Objectives (3-5 of 5)
    • The knowledge of defining the need and determining the proper application and safe operation for the use of industrial robots.
    • The skill of basic robotic programming and program handling on industrial robots.
    • An understanding of the value, history, and future of PLC’s and robotic technology applications.
  • 5. PLC Activities
    • Hardwired Relay Logic
    • Single I/O
    • The Seal Circuit
    • The Timed Seal
    • Timed Lights
    • Variable Timed Lights
    • MAS-200 Operation and Simple Program
    • MAS-200 Complex Programming
  • 6. Industrial Robotics Activities
    • Mastering and Motion
    • Coordinate Systems
    • Coordinate System Programming
    • Program Control and Outputs
    • Gripper Functions
    • Circles and Arcs
    • Robot Communication
    • Functions and Subprograms
    • Inductive Proximity Sensor Interface
    • Conveyor Following
  • 7. PLC WorkCell
  • 8. PLC’s & Robotics Lab
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  • 21. KUKA KR3 Industrial Robot
  • 22. Conclusion
    • Strengths
      • Hands-on experience
      • Instructor very informative
      • Light-hearted environment
    • Weaknesses
      • None