The objective of the course is to teach students robot handling operations, from the most basic to the most complex, for their implementation in production chains, improving the productivity of automata and the quality of welded joints, in addition to increase the safety and environmental impact of Shipyards and Companies.
- Know the different types of automata and their parts.
- Know the assembly and preparation, both of parts and automata, prior to welding.
- Acquire sufficient training to carry out welding with good quality automatons.
1. PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE I:
1.1. INTRODUCTION. WELDING AUTOMATION.
1.2. TYPES AND MODELS: SEQUENTIAL LINEAR – PROGRAMMABLE PENDULAR LINEAR.
1.3. CONTROL CONSOLES (ANALOG AND DIGITAL) MANAGEMENT: OSCILLATOR ARM – WELDING SPEEDS – BEAD WIDTH – OSCILLATION WIDTH – TRACK OR RAIL PLACEMENT, ETC.
1.4. TEAM CENTERING.
1.5. CALCULATION OF CORDS ACCORDING TO THICKNESS.
1.6. EDGE SEPARATION.
1.7. SEPARACIÓN DE BORDES.
1.8. PARAMETERS ACCORDING TO THE SEPARATIONS.
1.9. CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF THE POSITIONING OF THE TORCH.
2. PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE II:
2.1. EQUIPMENT ASSEMBLY.
2.2. ASSEMBLY OF TRACKS.
2.3. SAFETY MOUNTING.
2.4. BUTT JOINT WELDING IN VERTICAL UPWARDS. DIFFERENT THICKNESSES WITH AND WITHOUT CERAMIC SUPPORT AND DIFFERENT POSITIONS.
2.5. WELDING ON A SINGLE SIDE (UPWARD) LINEAR AND PENDULAR OSCILLATORS.
2.6. WELDING WITH BACKING. MULTI-PASS IN 2G (CORNISA).
2.7. WELDING IN SEPARATE AREAS RELOADING.
2.8. WELDING IN CORNER WITHOUT OSCILLATION. FLAT POSITION. CONTINUOUS AND SEQUENTIAL CORD.
2.9. WELDING IN CORNER WITH OSCILLATORS. UPWARD VERTICAL POSITION, CEILING AND FLAT.
It is aimed at active and unemployed workers.
DURATION: 40 hours (5 theoretical hours and 35 practical hours in the workshop)
ENROLMENT FEE: Ask for a quote. This training can be subsidized