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16.04.2021 FANUC Switzerland GmbH A - Machines

FANUC starts Webinar Series

Echternach – Starting on 30 March 2021, FANUC will conduct a webinar series with a focus on factory automation. Webinars will be held on a monthly basis and feature many useful, flexible and safety enhancing functions of FANUC’s CNCs. Examples are the Quick and Simple Start Up (QSSR) for easy connection of robots and machines as well as other functions like G-Code Guidance, PROFINET functionality and tools like the Dual Check Safety Acceptance Test Assist Tool. Machine Tool Builders, end customers and all parties interested in using FANUC’s CNCs have the opportunity to join one or all of the webinars and learn more about the set-up, configuration and usage of FANUC’s CNC functions.

The first webinar of the series will revolve around the automation of machine tools. While this is a frequent task for Machine Tool Builders (MTB), smooth cooperation between machine and robot cannot be taken for granted. To facilitate the work of MTBs on this issue, FANUC has built functions into CNC controllers and robots that make it easy to combine the machine and the robot. Markus Birkhold explains which functionalities are provided out of the box and how the connection can be realised quickly with the help of QSSR (Quick & Simple Start-up of Robotization).

“FANUC is a highly innovative company and continuously develops new CNC functions for our customers. To provide customers with a comprehensive overview of our technologies, we have created this regular webinar series”, says Martin Stockinger, product manager CNC for FANUC Europe. The webinars will focus on minimizing downtime, machining performance and ease of use.

To find out which webinars FANUC has to offer please visit https://levelup.fanuc.eu/en/

About FANUC

The FANUC Corporation is one of the worldwide leaders in factory automation for CNC control systems, robots and production machinery (ROBODRILL, ROBOCUT, ROBOSHOT and ROBONANO). Since 1956, FANUC is the pioneer in the development of numerically controlled machines in the automation industry. With 264 FANUC locations worldwide and more than 8,000 employees, FANUC offers a dense network in sales, technical support, research & development, logistics and customer service.


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