Allied Automation Training
Our Indianapolis-based training center gives our customers a convenient source for training on PLCs, motion, HMI, robotics, VFD, software, and more.
Strategic customized sessions are commonly provided to fast track challenging installations. No matter your need, we can find an answer for you.
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“The facility was very nice, and the instructor knew the product. One of the best and most well put-together classes I’ve ever had.”
“I learn best by physically applying the tools, so I liked getting to utilize the materials in the exercises to see how they function.”
“After hands-on training, I feel I’m a lot better at this PLC. Allied Automation’s training center provides amazing courses by excellent experts.”
This course is intended to introduce the GX Works3 programming software and programming in ladder logic.
This course covers the features and functions of the GX Works3 software, as well as the concepts of ladder programming. The material covered will include concepts applicable to the MELSEC iQ-R and iQ-F controller platform.
GOT2000 and GT Works3
This course is intended to familiarize the attendee with the GOT2000 family of operator interface products and the software needed to create, configure and modify screens which can be used with PLC systems. This class will be taught using the GT27 operator interfaces, and GT Works3+plus software suite.
PLC Basics (GX-Works2)
This course provides you with the opportunity to learn about the basics of Programmable Logic Controllers. Topics reviewed include an overview of PLC Hardware, numeric data handling, system addressing, programming software and ladder logic basics. This class is a prerequisite to the GX Works2 Programming training class.
UR Basic Skills Training
This course focuses on the basic skills required to perform simple applications like machine tending or pick & place. If further skills are required, we would suggest attending the Certified Core Training class and then the Advanced Training class.
UR Certified Core
After the 2-day course, you will have hands-on experience with a UR robot. You will have programmed the robot several times to perform common tasks, including the operation of common peripherals (conveyors, sensors, grippers). You will be able to optimize a pick and place flow, perform palletization, understand safety concepts, and know the additional resources available to them both online and through other training courses. You will be ready to return to your own robot and create pick and place, palletization, and other common application programs on your own.
Please note that you must have completed the Online Core Training to be able to sign up for the In-class Core Training. Also note, this Core Training is the pre-requisite for the Advanced Training.
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UR Certified Advanced
Festo: Pneumatic Training
Modern Industrial Pneumatics: 2-Day Course for Engineers, Factory Technicians, & Machine Operators
This 2-day pneumatic training course aims to familiarize participants with the design, construction and operation of pneumatic components. This includes the interpretation of circuit diagrams and symbols as well as the construction of control systems. This training course sets a good background for further automation training.
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