Apart from replacing human workers to perform automatically high-precision processes, automation is highly in demand for material handling and transferring. Such needs are not just required in the logistic industry, but also on the factory floors for transferring workpieces among machines and equipment, as well as moving workpieces within the equipment.
This module introduces the automation methods and key components for part transfer within equipment as well as among the machines in the manufacturing industry. It develops the competencies of the participants in planning and designing real-world automation projects.
Why This Course
- Highly practical course content delivered in an intensive and interactive manner
- Introduction of the latest automation technology for material handlings
- Case studies highlighting applications of knowledge in manufacturing automations
- Real-world projects will be discussed and practised to enhance the skills in planning for automation projects
Who Should Attend
This course targets at engineers, factory supervisors, managers, researchers and technical staff who are interested in gaining or enhancing the competencies in planning and designing automation for material handling.
Watch our webinar video for "Applying Robotics for High-Mix Low-Volume Manufacturing"
held on 22 May 2020
for more information about this Graduate Diploma course.