SITRAIN Courses

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Our training module encompasses a wide range of courses on Factory Automation, Process Automation, Motion Control, CNC Automation Systems and Digital Enterprise. Designed specifically for working professionals and students,  each course offers a proper balance between theory and practice thus enabling learners to acquire the best knowledge and skills. Our experienced and expertized trainers will help brush up your industry knowledge while our training equipment will give you first-hand experience – whether at your company or in our training center.

SITRAIN Courses

 

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) for SIMATIC S7-1200 forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic and SIMATIC WinCC Basic.

After attending this course, you can do the following:

  • Understand the fundamentals of the interaction of the SIMATIC S7-1200 with an operator control and monitoring device.
  • Reliably operate the “TIA Portal” engineering platform
  • Create, change, and expand small STEP 7 programs
  • Configure, parameterize, and exchange SIMATIC S7-1200 modules
  • Diagnose and fix simple hardware faults using the wiring test
  • Diagnose and fix simple program errors using the status block
  • Perform simple commissioning of the SIMATIC S7-1200

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation technology.
  • You can use the available online entry test to ensure that the selected course matches your area of expertise.
  • This blended learning course combines web-based training (WBT) on the Internet with a 3-day attendance course: To prepare for the attendance course, you will receive the WBT “PLC Knowledge for Beginners”. This allows you to improve your personal learning achievement in the attendance course.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Overview and significant performance characteristics of the SIMATIC S7-1200 system family
  • The components of the TIA Portal: SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic and WinCC Basic
  • Program execution in automation systems
  • Binary and digital operations in the function block diagram (FBD)
  • Setup and assembly of the SIMATIC S7-1200 automation system
  • Addressing and wiring the signal modules
  • Hardware and software commissioning of the SIMATIC S7-1200 with the TIA Portal
  • SIMATIC S7-1200 hardware configuration and parameterization
  • Introduction to the Touchpanel
  • Saving and documentation of the implemented program changes with the TIA Portal
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on SIMATIC S7-1200 system model

Additional comments: For more in-depth knowledge, we recommend the course TIA-MICRO2.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic and SIMATIC WinCC Basic.

 

The second part of the SIMATIC S7-1200 training is based on the knowledge of the TIA Portal gained in the SIMATIC S7-1200 basic course, including SIMATIC STEP 7 Basic and HMI. You will expand your knowledge of programming in SCL, connecting drives, use of the TIA Portal diagnostic tools for clearing hardware faults and software errors, and PROFINET IO. You will also learn about the technology functions of the PID controller and drive functions that are offered by the SIMATIC S7-1200. You will thus be able to adapt your plant to new demands.

 

Requirements: Completion of SIMATIC S7-1200 Basic course

 

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Set up SIMATIC S7-1200 PROFINET IO networks.
  • Understand the interaction of TIA components.
  • Perform specific commissioning of TIA components.
  • Use the PID controller technology functions and drive functions of the SIMATIC S7-1200. 
  • Systematically diagnose and correct hardware and software errors in the SIMATIC S7-1200 automation system with the diagnostic tools of the TIA Portal engineering portal.
  • Create simple programs in the programming languages LAD, FBD, and SCL.

Additional comments: For more in-depth knowledge, we recommend the course ST-BWINCCS.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC.

 

After attending the course, you can do the following:

  • Understand the fundamentals of interaction of the TIA components
  • Solve simple programming tasks using elementary STEP 7 instructions
  • Reliably operate the “TIA Portal” engineering platform
  • Program simple plant functions with basic STEP 7 instructions in the ladder diagram (LAD) or function block diagram (FBD)
  • Perform simple commissioning of TIA components

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation technology.
  • You can use the available online entry test to ensure that the selected course matches your area of expertise.
  • This blended learning course combines web-based training (WBT) on the Internet with a 5-day attendance course: To prepare for the attendance course, you will receive the WBTs "PLC Knowledge for Beginners" and "SIMATIC TIA Portal Structured Programming".
  • This allows you to improve your personal learning achievement in the attendance course.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel

Content

  • Overview and significant performance characteristics of the SIMATIC S7 system family
  • The components of the TIA Portal: STEP 7, WinCC, Startdrive
  • Program execution in automation systems
  • STEP 7 block types and program structuring
  • Binary and digital operations in the function block and ladder diagram (FBD/LAD)
  • Programming of parameterizable blocks
  • Data management with data blocks
  • Programming organization blocks
  • Test tools for system information, troubleshooting, and diagnostics
  • Hardware configuration and parameterization of the SIMATIC S7 modules, a PROFINET IO system (ET-200), a Touch Panel.
  • Program Cycle, Process Image and Process Image Partition
  • Explanation and using different organization blocks
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on the SIMATIC S7-1500 system model

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with SIMATIC S7-1500 and software SIMATIC STEP 7 based on TIA portal – for SIMATIC S7-1200 we offer the trainings TIA-MICRO1/2.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC. The second part of the SIMATIC TIA Portal programming training is based on the knowledge of the TIA Portal gained in the SIMATIC S7 TIA Portal programming 1 course (TIA-PRO1), including STEP 7, HMI, connection of drives, and PROFINET IO. You will expand your knowledge of complex operations in statement lists (STL) and in Structured Control Language (SCL). Along with analog value processing and data administration with complex data types, the evaluation and handling of program-related errors are also considered. Building on this, you will learn how to display messages on the operator control and monitoring system (HMI).

 

Requirements: Completion of TIA-PRO1: SIMATIC S7 TIA Portal programming 1 course

 

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel

Content

  • Tools for program creation (e.g. structograms)
  • Analogue value processing
  • Functions, function blocks, and multi-instances using the IEC-compliant timer/counter as an example (International Electrotechnical Commission)
  • Jump commands
  • Indirect addressing
  • Classical software error handling and evaluation with error organization blocks (OBs)
  • Evaluation of diagnostic data
  • Troubleshooting and alarms with a HMI device (Touchpanel)
  • Introduction into Structured Control Language (SCL) and S7-GRAPH
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on TIA system model

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with SIMATIC S7-1500 and software SIMATIC STEP 7 based on TIA portal – for SIMATIC S7-1200 we offer the trainings TIA-MICRO1/2.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) constitutes the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC.

The course provides you with the knowledge to quickly and easily configure machine and plant-specific HMI tasks using the SIMATIC WinCC software based on the TIA Portal. After attending the course, you can do the following:

  • Efficiently and reliably operate SIMATIC WinCC based on the “TIA Portal” engineering platform
  • Understand and edit SIMATIC WinCC projects for machine-level applications
  • Optimally create graphic images
  • Implement archiving concepts for alarms and values
  • Access specific values from the SIMATIC S7 and display and further process them in the operator control and monitoring system (HMI)

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation technology.
  • You can use the available online entry test to ensure that the selected course matches your area of expertise.
  • This allows you to improve your personal learning achievement in the attendance course.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • System overview TIA Portal, SIMATIC WinCC (machine-level)
  • Creating a SIMATIC WinCC project
  • Configuration of connection to the SIMATIC S7 automation system
  • Basics of graphic image creation for operator control and monitoring
  • User administration
  • Alarm display, alarm logging, alarm configuration
  • Tag logging, trend configuration, trend display
  • Recipes
  • Use of various HMI stations
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on SIMATIC S7-1500 system model

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with the SIMATIC WinCC Comfort and WinCC advanced (both products are based on TIA Portal), and a SIMATIC S7-1500 as a communication partner.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) provides the working environment for end-to-end engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC.

The SCADA functionality (Supervisory Control and Data  Acquisition) of WinCC is designed for visualization and operation of processes, manufacturing cycles, machines and plants. The course is based on the possibilities of WinCC SCADA in TIA Portal at the time.

 

After attending the course, you can do the following:

  • Use SIMATIC WinCC efficiently and reliably on the basis of the “TIA Portal” engineering platform
  • Understand and edit SIMATIC WinCC projects for use in the SCADA area
  • Optimally structure the user interface
  • Implement logging concepts for messages, alarms and measured values
  • Selectively access values in the SIMATIC S7 and display and further process these values in the HMI system

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation technology.
  • You can use the available online entry test to ensure that the selected course matches your area of expertise.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • System overview TIA Portal, SIMATIC WinCC (SCADA)
  • Creating a SIMATIC WinCC project
  • Configuring the connection to the SIMATIC S7 automation system
  • Structuring the operator interface
  • Fundamentals of creating graphics displays for human machine interfacing
  • Navigating through the plant displays
  • User administration
  • Message representation, message logging, message configuring
  • Variable logging, trend configuring, and trend plotting
  • Trend plotting, and message representation including logging of data in the database
  • Recipes
  • Faceplates for reuse and centralized modification of graphics blocks
  • Background processing Global Scripting
  • Reinforcement of the content by means of practical exercises on the SIMATIC S7-1500 system model

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with the SIMATIC WinCC Professional (SCADA system software based on TIA Portal) and a SIMATIC S7-1500 as a communication partner.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC. In this first part of the SIMATIC TIA Portal service training, we teach you the handling of the TIA Portal, basic knowledge about the structure of the SIMATIC S7 automation system, configuration and parameterization of hardware, and the basics of programming. You also receive an overview of HMI, PROFINET IO, and connecting drives. 

 

After attending the course, you can do the following:

  • Understand the fundamentals of interaction of the TIA components
  • Understand, change, and expand small STEP 7 programs
  • Configure, parameterize, and exchange SIMATIC S7 modules
  • Diagnose and fix simple hardware faults using the wiring test
  • Diagnose and fix simple program errors using the status block

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation technology
  • This blended learning course combines web-based training (WBT) on the Internet with a 5-day attendance course: To prepare for the attendance course, you will receive the WBT “PLC Knowledge for Beginners”.

Target group

  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Overview and significant performance characteristics of the SIMATIC S7 system family
  • The components of the TIA Portal: STEP 7, WinCC, communication
  • Program execution in automation systems
  • Binary and digital operations in the function block diagram (FBD)
  • Setup and assembly of the automation system
  • Addressing and wiring the signal modules
  • Hardware and software commissioning of the SIMATIC S7 automation system with the TIA Portal
  • SIMATIC S7 hardware configuration and parameterization
  • Presentation of a Touchpanel
  • Presentation of the drive
  • Setup and parameterization of PROFINET IO
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on the SIMATIC S7-1500 system model

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with SIMATIC S7-1500 and software SIMATIC STEP 7 based on TIA portal – for SIMATIC S7-1200 we offer the trainings TIA-MICRO1/2.

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with SIMATIC STEP 7 and SIMATIC WinCC. In this course, you will learn about configuring, programming, starting up, diagnosing and troubleshooting of the failsafe CPUs of the SIMATIC S7 Safety PLC (no H systems) and the failsafe distributed ET200 systems.

 

After attending the course, participants should be able to do the following:

  • Starting up failsafe CPUs of the SIMATIC PLC
  • Programming of safety-related programs in the languages F-FBD and F-LAD
  • Diagnosing and troubleshooting of safety-related programs.

Requirements: To attend this course, participants MUST have attended the Siemens SITRAIN TIA-SERV1 and TIA-SERV2 or TIA-PRO1 and TIA-PRO2 courses.

 

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel

Content

  • Overview and guidelines
  • AS S7 Safety (principle, system configuration and I/O)
  • Configuring of the failsafe I/O with STEP 7 Safety Advanced
  • Programming of a safety-related user program
  • Failsafe communication PROFIsafe (CPU-CPU communication, master-slave communication)
  • Diagnostics facilities (CPU diagnostics, I/O diagnostics, advanced diagnostics)
  • Exercises for I/O configuration, communication, troubleshooting
  • Programming examples (emergency stop, protective door, safety-related shutdown, passivation, special programming features
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on the system SIMATIC S7-1500F

Description/Objective

 

The Totally Integrated Automation Portal (TIA Portal) forms the work environment for integrated engineering with all automation devices - controller, HMI and drives.

In this course you will learn about the major differences between SIMATIC S7-300/400 and SIMATIC S7-1500, the engineering tools SIMATIC Manager and TIA Portal, as well as STEP 7 V5.x and STEP 7 based on TIA Portal.

 

Requirements: To attend this course, participants MUST have knowledge about STEP V5.x, SIMATIC S7-300/400, WinCC flexible, distributed I/O and Drives.

 

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel

Content

  • Introduction of the SIMATIC S7-1500 hardware
  • Configuration of devices and networks of the SIMATIC S7 system family using SIMATIC S7-1500 as an example
  • Working with the PLC Tag Table in TIA Portal
  • Program blocks and editor
  • Advanced programming possibilities of a SIMATIC S7-1500
  • Troubleshooting with TIA Portal tools and the SIMATIC S7-1500 CPU display
  • Presentation of the Structured Control Language (SCL) editor
  • Presentation of the SIMATIC WinCC operator control and monitoring system
  • Migration of a SIMATIC STEP 7 V 5.x project to SIMATIC STEP 7 based on TIA Portal
  • Adaption of a SIMATIC S7-300/400 program to the SIMATIC S7-1500
  • Migration of a SIMATIC WinCC flexible project to SIMATIC WinCC based on TIA Portal
  • Presentation of the “Startdrive” engineering tool with interfacing to a SINAMICS G120 drive
  • Deeper understanding of contents through practical exercises on the SIMATIC S7-1500 TIA system model

Description/Objective

 

The course is designed for personnel whose main area of activity is the care, servicing and maintenance of existing  installations with SIMATIC PCS 7 control systems.

The focus is on typical servicing skills such as replacing wear parts and obtaining diagnostics data.

The course provides you with basic knowledge of the SIMATIC PCS 7 process control system and an introduction to the processes of SIMATIC PCS 7 Asset Management Through practical  exercises on training equipment on which you will perform the work you would also carry out during live operation, you will be able to put your newly acquired theoretical knowledge to practice. This will enhance your learning success.

When you have completed this course, you will be in a position to quickly obtain comprehensive diagnostics data of a running SIMATIC PCS 7 system and will be able to carry out simple maintenance work without stopping the installation.

In this way, you will enable downtime to be reduced and this will increase the efficiency of your automation system.

 

Requirements: Basic knowledge of process control technology, open-loop and closed-loop control technology and of handling Windows applications.

 

Target group

  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Initial activities when servicing a running system
  • SIMATIC PCS 7 documentation and online support
  • Basics of SIMATIC PCS 7
  • Basics of fieldbus systems used
  • Procurement of diagnostics data with the SIMATIC diagnostics tool
  • Introduction to integrated asset management with SIMATIC PCS 7
  • Reading out diagnostics data on the SIMATIC PCS 7 hardware
  • Exchanging modules and components during running operation
  • Handling data and project backups and creating and importing backup images

Additional Comments: In this course you will work with the SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.x software, PCS.

 

Description/Objective

 

In this course you will learn how to implement the diversity of engineering possibilities in a structured and efficient way with SIMATIC PCS 7 process control system.

By doing exercises on original SIMATIC PCS 7 training units, you will implement software for the process automation of a plant right up to the HMI level. Features of SIMATIC PCS 7 such as integration of all subsystems, plant-oriented engineering, data management and project management are supplemented by advanced functions that enable efficient and cost-effective engineering. Utilize the benefits of Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) for yourself and learn how to get an integrated view of your plant! Because of this integration you will be able to diagnose faults quickly and correct them with safely.

 

Requirements: Basic knowledge of process control technology, open-loop and closed-loop control technology and of handling Windows applications.

 

Target group

  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Managing the project data in the SIMATIC Manager
  • Station and network configuration
  • Configuraton of AS functions in CFC
  • Configuration of monitoring and controlling in the OS
  • Configuration of sequences in SFC
  • Configuration of Server-Client Structure
  • Multiproject Engineering

Description/Objective

 

Combining hands-on tutorials with theory sessions, this course teaches participants the principles of field instrumentation, including pressure and temperature measurement and flow technologies. Working with the PI product portfolio, students gain an understanding of common applications, troubleshooting, customer requirements, and how to select a suitable product.

 

Requirements

Basic knowledge of process control technology, open-loop and closed-loop control technology and of handling Windows applications.

 

Target group

  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

 

Pressure

  • Introduction to pressure principles and technology
  • Pressure terminology
  • Programming
  • Common applications
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting

Temperature

  • Theory
  • Transmitter design
  • Programming temperature diagnostics

Flow meter

  • Introduction to  flow meter principles
  • Flow meter technology
  • Programming and initialization
  • Applications
  • Maintenance and troubleshooting

Description/Objective

 

This course provides a basic knowledge for the SIMOTION system. The participant learns the configuration and startup of the system with axis, drives and visualization devices. The course also deals with programming of motion sequences with the help of Motion Control charts (MCC) and LAD/FBD.

Applications for positioning, gearing, measuring units and output cams are discussed and illustrated at exercises at training racks.

 

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation
  • Basic knowledge of motion control,being familiar with SINAMICS S120

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Overview of SIMOTION system
  • A glance at the components of a SIMOTION system
  • Engineering system SCOUT
  • Hardware platforms of SIMOTION
  • Motion control technology packages
  • Creating a SIMOTION project
  • Starting up axis with D435
  • Programming of user programs with MCC and LAD/FBD
  • Configuring execution system
  • Using tools for error diagnosis and program test
  • Communication with the periphery and HMI
  • Practical exercises on training racks

Description/Objective

 

SINAMICS G120 allow the variable-speed operation of induction motors to drive pumps, fans, conveyor systems and many other machines. This course shows you how to handle the SINAMICS G120 inverter.

After the course you are able to correctly commission the inverter and adapt it to address the particular application.  You will know suitable inverter functions and parameter settings for a wide range of applications. You can make a data backup, and taking the appropriate measures when faults occur.

 

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation
  • General knowledge of AC drives, converter technology and control engineering.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

 

Design and principle of operation of the SINAMICS G120 inverter with:

  • Control Unit CU
  • Power Module PM

Parameterization, data backup and diagnostics with:

  • BOP-2 and IOP operator panels
  • STARTER PC tool
  • Setpoint channel and closed-loop control
  • Control signals and signal interconnections
  • Inverter functions

Practical exercises using the training device with:

  • SINAMICS CU240E-2 PN with PM 240 FS A
  • SIMOTICS induction motor

Description/Objective

 

This training course encompasses the basics of the SINAMICS S120 drive system. It provides the technical knowledge for startup, parameterization, maintenance, drive optimization, and  troubleshooting.

Also, in this course, basic knowledge of communication of PROFIBUS is included. Practical exercises for reinforcing the knowledge will be carried out on the SINAMICS S120 Training Case.

On completion of the course, participants will be able to implement automation solutions with the SINAMICS S120.

 

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of automation
  • General knowledge of AC drives, converter technology and control engineering.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Brief overview of fundamentals of the drive system
  • Principles and overview of the SINAMICS S120
  • Motors and encoders for the SINAMICS S120
  • Design of the drive system and overview of documentation and service
  • Startup and parameterization with the STARTER commissioning tool
  • Diagnostics and troubleshooting
  • Using the memory card: Structure and data backup
  • Data backup using the STARTER commissioning tool
  • Fundamentals of communication via PROFIBUS
  • Software functions, closed-loop control and optimization of SERVO and VECTOR drives
  • Startup of the integral basic positioner (EPOS)
  • Hardware setup, wiring
  • Introduction of parameter structure and function diagrams
  • Practical exercises on the SINAMCS S120 training units

Description/Objective

 

In this course you learn the handling of drive based Safety Functions. You know applications of the different  functions and you can parameterize them. Therefore you use the benefits in  comparison with a conventional safety technology, like reduced cabling or faster commissioning of identical machines. In the course you will go through all steps for the implementation of the safety functions until the final acceptance report.

 

Requirements

  • A basic ability to use an MS Windows PC, keyboard and mouse to open and close programs, locate files, drag, drop, copy and paste objects/text.
  • Knowledge of SINAMICS S120 according to the course DR-SNS-SI.
  • For the topic PROFIsafe knowledge of SIMATIC S7 is useful.

Target group

  • Programmers
  • Commissioning engineers
  • Engineering personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Service personnel
  • Operators

Content

  • Fundamentals, standards and regulations of Machine Safety
  • Procedure of risk assessment
  • Performance Level (PL) and Safety Integrity Level (SIL)
  • Safety Evaluation Tool (SET) for the evaluation of PL and SIL
  • SINAMICS S120 Safety Integrated Basic Functions and Extended Functions
  • Control of the drive integrated Safety Functions via Terminal Module TM54F and DRIVE-CLiQ or SIMATIC F-CPU and PROFIsafe
  • Effect of the settings of the closed-loop control and the kinetic energy of an axis on the safety functions
  • Execution of the acceptance test and preparation of the acceptance report
  • Procedures for the handling of spare parts and at retrofit measures
  • Practical exercises on training kits with SINAMICS S120, TM54F and SIMATIC F-CPU

Description/Objective

 

The objective of the course is to provide the audience an overview of the system architecture, major functionalities and advantages of Sinumerik 828D/840D sl systems including SINAMICS S120.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of CNC Automation Systems

Target group

  • OEM
  • Machine Dealer
  • Machine Importer
  • End-user

Content

  • The setup of Siemens Vietnam for Sales, Services, Spare parts, Dealer & User support and Partner network
  • Introductions of CNC Controllers, Drives and Motors including the possibilities of integration to the Digital World of Industry 4.0
  • Operator interfaces and intuitive part programming by ShopMill (Milling) and ShopTurn (Turning)
  • The introduction of the new developed internet Platform “CNC4you” and “Product Information System” guide you even more into the details of Sinumerik system after this Introduction Day. The power and strength of Sinumerik can be explored by reference projects, special functions or just by easy to use

Description/Objective

 

In this course, you will learn how to work with SINUMERIK Operate and get familiarized with the principles of programming part programs.

The practical operating exercises based on given part programs on our training devices are an important part of the training.

In order to give the exercises a very practical orientation, we use the graphical simulation and simultaneous recording function of SINUMERIK Operate. The knowledge can be imparted in a very clear form and the learning outcome increased.

At the end of the course you will be able to operate SINUMERIK Operate with the standard user interface and to make changes in part programs. You will thus become more confident with machine tools and the risk of maloperation will be minimized.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge CNC Automation System
  • NC-SININT class is strongly recommended

Target group

  • Machine Operators
  • Machine Importer
  • Machine Dealer

Content

 

Milling

  • General technology basics
  • Basics of operation
  • Operating area “Parameter”
  • Basics of programming with the programGUIDE
  • Milling with programGUIDE
  • Drilling with programGUIDE
  • Contour milling programGUIDE
  • Mirror, offset, rotate, scale milling 

Turning

  • General technology basics
  • Basics of operation
  • Operating area “Parameter”
  • Basics of programming with the programGUIDE
  • Milling with programGUIDE
  • Drilling with programGUIDE
  • Contour milling programGUIDE
  • Operating mode “AUTO”
  • Drawings of programming examples

Description/Objective

 

The main focus on this course is working with the counter spindle cycle in ShopTurn. This module also contains the G code program for working with the counter spindle as an example that use SINUMERIK 828D and 840Dsl controls.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic Knowledge CNC Automation System
  • NC-SINOP programming class is strongly recommended

Target group

  • Machine Operators
  • Machine Importer
  • Machine Dealer

Content

  • ShopTurn
  • Subspindle fundamentals
  • MultiClamp - A-axis.
  • Drawings of programming examples

Description/Objective

 

This is an advanced-level course covering special aspects of ShopMill as well as 5-axis machine tool operation and programming and addresses high-speed cutting (HSC) topics for applications that use SINUMERIK 828D and 840D sl controls.

 

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of, and experience in, programming SINUMERIK 840D sl including coordinate systems FRAME concepts, program jumps and control structures, and parameterization of standard cycles.
  • NC-SINOP programming class is strongly recommended

Target group

  • Machine Operators
  • Machine Importer
  • Machine Dealer

Content

  • ShopMill
  • 5-axis transformation and five-axis machine kinematics
  • Swiveling cycle, system frames (Cycle800)
  • Manual control for active transformation
  • Drawings of programming examples

Description/Objective

 

This course teaches you how to maintain and service a SINUMERIK 828D with operator interface SINUMERIK Operate. You practice service in exercises on training equipment. 

On completion of the course, you will have the knowledge and abilities necessary for handling ongoing service and maintenance work on machine tools with SINUMERIK 828D and SINAMICS S120, and you will also be able to perform second startups. You will be able to pinpoint and correct any faults. In this way, you will contribute toward minimizing standstill times and boosting productivity.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge CNC Automation System

Target group

  • Service and maintenance personnel

Content

  • Overview and components of the SINUMERIK 828D
  • Introduction to operation
  • Data backup and restart
  • Analysis of fault displays and diagnostics displays
  • Basic configuration of the axes and drives
  • Adaptation of the machine data following mechanical maintenance work
  • Structure of the user program
  • NC/PLC interface structure, important interface signals and user alarms
  • Practical service training on training Prerequisites

Description/Objective

 

This course teaches you how to maintain and service a SINUMERIK 840D sl with operator interface SINUMERIK Operate. You practice service in exercises on training equipment.

On completion of the course, you will have the knowledge and abilities necessary for handling ongoing service and maintenance work on machine tools with SINUMERIK 840D sl and  SINAMICS S120, and you will also be able to perform second startups. You will be able to pinpoint and correct any faults. In this way, you will contribute toward minimizing standstill times and boosting productivity.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge CNC Automation System

Target group

  • Service and maintenance personnel

Content

  • Overview and components of the SINUMERIK 840D sl
  • Introduction to operation
  • Data backup and restart
  • Analysis of fault displays, and diagnostics displays
  • Basic configuration of the axes and drives
  • Adaptation of the machine data following mechanical maintenance work
  • Structure of the user program
  • NC/PLC interface structure, important interface signals and user alarms
  • Practical service training on training devices

Description/Objective

 

Digital Enterprise, your path to Industry 4.0 - discover the possibilities. Today’s technologies are so complex that, in order to keep up to date, it is almost essential for the training to be performed on the software and the associated training devices.

The target group of this course is comprised of configuration engineers, project planners and decision-makers working in medium-sized and large-scale industrial companies, who are working on end-to-end digitalization concepts.

The course gives you an introduction into the Totally Integrated Automation in the Digital Enterprise as your path toward Industry 4.0 and an overview of the various software solutions, so that you will be able to assess them after completing the course.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of automation engineering

Target group

  • Decision makers
  • Sales personnel
  • Planners

Content

  • Digitalization - Industry 4.0
  • Automatic execution of engineering tasks
  • PLM-integration of automation engineering
  • Efficient cloud-based engineering
  • Virtual commissioning
  • Integrated energy management
  • Protection of machines and plants
  • Data acquisition for cloud services

Description/Objective

 

This course provides an overview of the benefits and the approach for standardization across processes.

Through it you will be well prepared for the challenges of digitalization in discrete automation. From Siemens as manufacturer, learn how you can optimally design your operational interfaces and program structures through  standardization effectively and efficiently.

Target groups of this course are project designers and planners of medium and large-scale industry who deal with an integrated digitalization concept approach.

You will be given suggestions on how you can establish a company standard or how you can expand and optimize your existing one.

In this way you can advance the standardization of your system/plant and its program creation and gain a competitive edge.

 

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in SIMATIC TIA Portal Step 7 equal to TIA-PRO2 or TIA-SYSUP.

 

Target group

  • Decision makers
  • Project planners
  • Programming persons
  • Project designers
  • System integrators

Content

  • Standardization – on the way to digitalization
  • Re-usability of program parts (in accordance with IEC 61131 and programming guide)
  • Errors in the engineering are detected quicker
  • Efficient working by way of uniform interfaces, behavior of blocks defined once, for example
  • Optimizing communication and collaboration between departments
  • Library concept in TIA Portal
  • Versioning of stored PLC blocks
  • Versioning of HMI faceplates
  • Opportunities for implementing a standard
  • Identification of blocks and interface parameters (style guide)
  • The program/project of the machine/plant, for example, utilization of uniform hardware
  • Data structures and data storage (programming guide)
  • Call levels in the subprograms, nesting levels
  • Structuring the machine/plant in individual functions/sub-functions

Description/Objective

 

The target group of these course is comprised of configuration engineers, project planners and programmers working for medium-size and large-scale industrial companies, who deal with  the automatic execution of engineering tasks. This includes the generation of PLC programs and HMI visualizations.

The objective of the course is to achieve higher efficiency in the creation of PLC code and HMI visualizations for modular machines. This is achieved by:

  • The automatic execution of repetitive processes for identical functions
  • A code that can be generated more quickly and more reliably for the same processes
  • Reducing the engineering effort demanded by user interfaces, while standardizing the visualization across the plant
  • Automatically generating and creating the visualizations, based on the program code of the controller and of corresponding visualization objects within the framework of system-wide library concepts.

Prerequisites

  • Good knowledge of automation engineering
  • Knowledge of SIMATIC S7 appropriate to TIA-PRO2 or TIA-SYSUP, and practical experience of the application of this knowledge

Target group

  • Configuration engineers
  • Project planners
  • Programmers
  • Planners

Content

  • Digitalization - Industry 4.0
  • Automatic execution of engineering tasks
  • Standardization as the basis for digitalization
  • Modularization of a machine
  • Standardization and storage with the aid of the TIA Portal library
  • Practical insight into standardized programming
  • Standards in automation
  • TIA Portal Openness and types of automated code generation
  • Hardware and software generators and data exchange with ECAD
  • Adaptation of a project generator
  • The need for program tests
  • Program block test based on PLCSIM Advanced
  • Principles of the automated generation of visualizations
  • Steps for generating visualizations with SiVArc
  • Introduction to TIA Portal Openness Importing hardware from another engineering platform in the TIA Portal
  • Executing functions automatically via Openness in TIA Portal
  • Introduction to SIMATIC Visualization - SiVArc
  • Demands on the PLC project in terms of standardization and structuring

Description/Objective

 

Target group of this course are project engineers, project planners and programmers of mid-level and big industries, who deal with the design and virtual commissioning of machines.

This course provides you with an overview of the interaction among the various software packages such as NX, MCD, TIA Portal, PLCSIM Advanced and SIMIT.

The objective of the course is to achieve greater efficiency in the design, automation and commissioning of machines. Through an overview of the tool landscape, you will learn to better understand and evaluate the resulting possibilities and types of simulation.

 

Prerequisites

  • Good knowledge of automation technology
  • SIMATIC S7 knowledge relevant for TIA-PRO2 or TIA-SYSUP and practical experience in the application of this knowledge.

Target group

  • Configuration engineers
  • Project planners
  • Programmers
  • Planners

Content

  • Introduction of concepts for virtual commissioning
  • Complete software-in-the-loop approach
  • Working with PLCSIM Advanced and TIA Portal
  • Introduction to Siemens PLM Software NX and MCD
  • Creating drawings in the NX CAD system
  • Creating and positioning machine elements in the NX CAD system
  • Preliminary planning of the program flow in NX MCD
  • Connection of NX / MCD models to PLCSIM Advanced (with TIA Portal)
  • Automating using the virtual machine model
  • Virtual commissioning of custom machines
  • Expansion and modification of the virtual machine
  • Introduction of process simulation with SIMIT

Description/Objective

 

In this course, programmers will learn how to validate an NC program by having NX CAM post  process the program’s tool paths and send the posted output to the embedded Sinumerik controller kernel. In turn, the controller kernel processes the data exactly as it would on a real machine and drives the 3D machine-tool model to display the simulation.

At your discretion, you can have trained Siemens experts adapt the virtual machine control and simulation solution to your company’s individual machine tools thereby ensuring compatibility with machine tools in your manufacturing environment equipped with Siemens Sinumerik controllers.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge CNC Automation System
  • Basic knowledge Siemens NX CAD CAM
  • NC-84SLAPT, NC-84SLAPM class is strongly recommended

Target group

  • Machine Operators & Programmer

Content

  • Installation of NX and VNCK to PCs
  • NX CAD Modeling
  • NX CAD Drafting
  • NX CAD Assembly
  • NX CAM VNCK Milling
  • NX CAM VNCK Turning

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