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Industrial Robotic Finishing - Best Practices

Published by SIMTech, 2021-08-26 04:47:38

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Training Dates: 14 to 18 March 2022

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Manufacturing companies across the globe crave better productivity and quality at a fraction of cost while ensuring the safety of their workers. Robotics, a subset of automation, has been the answer to these demands for many years. And, it shall remain as a key enabler in manufacturing for many more years to come, as seen from the projected increase in adoption rate, benefits (eg. versatility, scalability, etc.) and recent developments. The knowledge and skills of robotics would benefit everyone by allowing one to remain relevant, competitive or be presented with new career opportunities. To impart said knowledge and skills to the participants, finishing process was selected from numerous robotic applications as the demonstrating process for this course. About this Programme This course aims to equip participants with the following skills and knowledge to address the identified gap of the target audience through a series of theoretical and practical lessons: • Determine the suitability of an ideated use-case for robotic application, and down-select a robot model based on the requirements/specifications • Perform teaching and calibration of target points to create a functioning robot program that interfaces with sensors/actuators • Utilize a robotic system to perform finishing process on a component • Acquire knowledge on the landscape, benefits/challenges and application of robotics in the manufacturing industry • Learn about potential hazards of a robotic system, its program structure and the concept of frames/ coordinate systems • Gain know-how and details of workflow for the robotized finishing process Who Should Attend This course is specially designed for people without any exposure to the world of robotics and its possibilities. The course content is relevant for the following groups of people: • Engineers who are interested to know how to apply robotics to automate their company’s manufacturing processes • Engineering managers who are interested in identifying opportunities of using robotics in manufacturing operations, bringing about benefits to the company • Non-engineering professionals who want to gain exposure to robotic applications, increasing prospects of future employment in manufacturing companies

Course Outline Skills Course Reference Number: To be confirmed (40 training hours) The programme employs the Learn-Practise-Implement™ (LPI™) pedagogy which enable participants to utilize robotics to develop finishing solutions and gain insightful knowledge on robotics and its applications. Introduction to robotics, LEARN- Automate finishing process its applications and the PRACTISE- with a robotic system and IMPLEMENT™ development of a guided workflow robotic solution (LPI™) Workflow for robotised Operate and program a finishing process robotic system to achieve desired process application Upon Completion of the Programme Participants will be awarded with a certificate of attendance by ARTC. Course Fee and Funding • The nett course fee for all Singaporeans and SPRs aged 21 years old and above is S$780 (before GST). • Employees fully sponsored by SMEs can claim an additional 20% of the full course fee with the Enhanced Training Support for SMEs Funding scheme (ETSS), subject to approval by SSG. • Singaporeans aged 40 years and above can claim an additional 20% of the full course fee with the Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES). • Singaporeans aged 25 years old and above are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit which can be used to offset course fees (for self-sponsored registrations only). • The full course fee before funding is S$4,000 (before GST). For more information about the funding, please visit SkillsFuture Singapore website at www.ssg.gov.sg

About the Trainers Mr Chester Seet, a recipient of the Lee Kwan Yew Gold Medal and IES Gold Medal, graduated with a Degree in Bachelor of Technology (Mechanical Engineering) from the National University of Singapore. He is currently a Senior Development Engineer with Advanced Robotics Application Group of A*STAR ARTC, working on robotic applications and process robotisation. He plays a key role in process/capability development to prove the feasibility of using robots to address manufacturing issues of companies (from aerospace, heavy machinery, FMCG industries). Mr Seet has experience in polishing, deburring, assembly and part handling with robots. Ms Sibel Musaoglu Ocak is leading the Process Robotisation Team under the Advanced Robotics Application Group of A*STAR ARTC. She has more than 10 years of working experience in Robotics. She received her M.Sc degree in Mechatronics Engineering from the Istanbul Technical University in 2010. Her experience is in assembly, part handling, surface enhancement processes. Mr Tijo Thayil currently leads as the Group Manager of the Advanced Robotic Application activities at ARTC. His portfolio includes smart automation, intelligent robotics & software development for robotic industrialization. He focuses on advancing robotic technology towards implementation across Singapore manufacturing sector and scaling up to a global level through MNCs. With 16 years of experience in the R&D and industrial sectors, he has taken up various roles in progressing and managing technology developments, starting from Equipment Maintenance Engineer, Research Engineer, Advanced Technologist and Technology Manager in organisations which include the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), Rolls-Royce etc. Mr Tijo is a PMP-certified project management professional, who has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s Degree from the School of MAE, NTU. He is also a CPE-approved lecturer and teaches engineering diploma courses in Singapore CPE-approved institutes. When and Where Dates: Please visit our website at www.a-star.edu.sg/ARTC/KTO for the course schedule. Time: 9.00am to 6.00pm Venue: Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) 3 CleanTech Loop, #01/01, CleanTech Two, Singapore 637143 Registration Please register online at www.a-star.edu.sg/ARTC/KTO Contact Us For general enquiries, please contact: Dr Edwin Soh, Senior Business Development Manager at [email protected] For technical information, please contact: Mr Chester Seet, Senior Development Engineer at [email protected] Scan the QR code for more information. 10/2021


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