MET258 Work Cells

Credits: 3

You will learn through the use of industrial quality laboratory equipment, computer software, written text and laboratory activities how to set up work-cells. You will also learn how to program a robotic work-cell, to maintain production control, how to program off-line using Robot Simulation Software and wire a reversing motor control panel and program a frequency drive for DC, split phase and three phase motor.

Prerequisite: MET238

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