Practical seminar KM IR2

Operation, setup and programming of articulated-arm robots

Seminar objectives

– Correct and safe operation of the production cell
– Safe and efficient modification of production processes
– Creating new production processes
– Application of the KRL instruction set


– Safety instructions for industrial robots and the automation cell
– Operation of the robot system
– Knowledge and application of coordinate systems
– Making adjustments
– Methods of tool measurement and tool load data
– Workpiece measurement
– Use of the navigator, program building and archiving
– Application of motion programming
– Inserting, deleting and correcting points
– Application of logic and gripper programming
– Introduction to the expert level
– Working in automatic mode
– Startup after system shutdown
– Modification of existing production programs on the simulator
– Operating the KMA user interface
– Integration of additional functions into the existing production process
– Interpretation of error messages, process optimization
– KUKA WorkVisual
– Functions of KMA inline forms
– Parallel processes

Target group

Automation personnel, advanced toolsetters, process optimizers


Basic knowledge of programming or experience with automation systems


Participants who successfully complete this course will be eligible to attend continuative courses at the KUKA College.
For example: advanced robot programming, electrical service,
mechanical service.


4 days, Beginn am ersten day um 9:00 hours sonst von 8:00 hours to 16:00 hours

Costs and Dates

Details upon request