Course: MH100PT Programming and Operations for Handling and Storage Machines
The IntelliStore optimization module ensures boards are always in the storage positions that match the fraction of the overall production of boards. Due to the unique nature of each IntelliStore configuration, integration of additional software suites are not addressed in this course. Integration training is conducted during machine installation & operational testing. Students are introduced to terminology for IntelliStore, woodStore software, and powerTouch soft keys, functions, and indicators. Students progress through programming exercises designed to graphically assign storage positions, provide a detailed board inventory, and create production lists for HOLZMA panel saws, as well as WEEKE or HOMAG CNC machining centers. Students learn to assign parameters that set and analyze storage optimization including establishing pick-up, and drop-off heights and times including the option for soft lift & drops for delicate materials. Programming instruction also includes designing storage locations for panel racks and the storage of offcut parts in the residual parts locations. Operational instruction includes system safety including collision checks on storage boundaries, system start-up, and shut-down procedures, and managing in-feed, and out-feed panel materials process lists. Students with learn how to clear the crane in manual and automatic modes, implement system information back-ups, and perform periodic maintenance procedures.
“I have little to no excuse for not being able to solve an error after these classes. “ Paladin Industries Inc. -- Duration: 2.5 days
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Email or call Stiles Education at 616.698.7500 x1625 to request information on future dates of this course.
Students must have a basic knowledge of panel processing (saws and CNC machining centers) and a working knowledge of a Windows computer system.
Program the storage locations utilizing the TLF woodStore software. Operate system effectively following set procedures. Using the storage system while processing multiple production lists. Troubleshooting system operational faults. Storage system maintenance procedures.
Who Should Attend
System programmers, operators, maintenance technicians, supervisors, and owners
Applicable Machine Models