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FANUC Launches Cobot E-Learning Website

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January 26, 2021

FANUC America, which provides CNCs and robotics to manufacturers, announced the launch of a new e-learning website aimed to educate the industry about its CRX collaborative robot. The new site provides online training models, a deep dive into several peripheral device and tooling partners, and the latest product information on its CRX cobot lineup.

The new CRX e-Learning training modules will help customers get their employees quickly up to speed, FANUC said. Three online tutorials cover a product overview with features, unboxing and setup, and a programming course. The company said it will offer additional learning modules in the next few months.

The CRX is available in two models, both with 10kg payloads, including the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L long-reach version. A new tablet teach pendant with icon-based drag-and-drop control enables anyone to program the robot – no programming robot knowledge is required, the company said. In addition, the new CRX series offers customers eight years of maintenance-free operation. Its light construction allows operators to mount the CRX on a mobile platform in order to glide the cobot to different work areas. A new simplified gripper connection makes it straightforward to change end-of-arm tools for new tasks. An IP67 rating means the cobot can work in harsh environments.

“When it comes to cobots, the CRX is an exceptional choice for companies – even for first-time robot users,” said Eric Potter, director of FANUC’s general industry and automotive engineering segments. “Like all of FANUC’s robots, the CRX offers our proven industrial quality and reliability.”

To use the e-Learning site, head to this site to register for free.


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