FANUC welding robots train the next generation
FANUC welding robots have been welding in several industries, like the automotive and aerospace industry, for more than 30 years. Now, FANUC is focusing some of its welding robots toward educating the next generation of robot programmers.
There are several employers looking for robotic programmers in today’s job market. Unfortunately, the demand vastly outweighs the supply available. That is where FANUC welding robotics education comes into play.
These FANUC Robotics Certified Education Robot Training Carts, or CERT Carts, are equipped with a FANUC welding robot, the ARC Mate 50i/5L. This robot gives educators the ability to demonstrate high speed operation and quality path performance and capacity to their students.
Along with the FANUC welder, the system is also equipped with vision sensors, which demonstrate yet another level of robotic welding to the next generation of operators.
While some may not understand the importance of something like a FANUC welding robot cart in a classroom, others understand that by having such a cart available to students provides more hands-on experience with a FANUC welding industrial robot – experience that is sometimes lacking in traditional robotics training.
Not only does this kind of training with a FANUC welder enhance the job skills of those in high school or college who are entering the job market, it also gives them the ability to demand higher paying jobs. Some students who have become certified with FANUC welding robots are able to enter jobs making more than $20 an hour.
These FANUC welding education systems are available for high schools, universities, community colleges, etc.
RobotWorx, a certified integrator of FANUC welding robotics, has several FANUC welders available for purchase or customization. Our highly skilled team at RobotWorx is trained to help customers build the perfect automation system for their welding needs.
For more information on FANUC welding or automating with a FANUC welder, contact RobotWorx online or at 740-251-4312.