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GET 119 Introduction to Industrial Robots
Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisite: None

A course designed to provide the student with theoretical and practical experience using an industrial grade robot. Theory will include safety in the robotic environment, principles of robotic operation, robot task description and elements of programming. The relationship of the Cartesian Coordinate system of measurement to the operation of an industrial robot will be covered. The student will understand the principles of compound and tool transformations and perform these operations. The student will communicate with the robot control system through keyboard and teach pendant. The student will gain experience in robot control program storage, retrieval and editing. (1.2) Proficiency Credit Available Pass/No Credit Not Available

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