Start Palletizing Smarter with the Robotiq Palletizing Solution

Tuesday, February 15th - 11:00 am EST

In less than an hour, you'll learn how a cobot palletizing application can solve significant challenges that prevent manufacturers from getting products out quickly and see a live palletizing demo in action!

Topics covered:
• Current challenges in the food, beverage, and coffee industries
• Comparison between traditional and collaborative robot capabilities
• Overview of the three phases of deployment
• Customer case studies


Festo Webinar Series

Motion Made Simple with Simplified Motion Series

Tuesday, February 14th - 10:00 am EST

The simplicity of pneumatics is now combined for the first time with the advantages of electric automation thanks to the Simplified Motion Series.

There is no need for any software since operation is simply based on the plug and work principle. Digital I/O (DIO) and IO-Link® are always automatically included – a product with two types of control as standard.

Learn how Festo and Ralph W. Earl Company can provide you with an automation solution that bridges the gap between easy-to-install pneumatics and smart electric automation. Simply make your production more efficient with plug and work.


Boost Your Productivity with Quick Search Plus

Wednesday, March 15th - 2:00 pm EST

Quick Search Plus – all technical information from a single source!

With Quick Search Plus, you can access data sheets, documentation, CAD data, the spare parts catalogue and other important information WITH JUST ONE CLICK. Combine Quick Search Plus with your own identifiers/material numbers or create your own favorites. 

From actuators to accessories, learn how the user-friendly interface with zoom feature greatly simplifies the search process for all product areas.


UR Certified Core Training


  • Manage the robot safely understanding safety concepts
  • Build and optimize programs for several typical applications such as pick & place, palletizing, polishing or dispensing
  • Connect and handle peripheral equipment, such as sensors, grippers or conveyor belts
  • Know the online tools and resources available to help with application programming

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.

You must have completed the UR Academy free e-Learning Core Track before attending this training.

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UR Certified Advanced Training

  • Create and structure your programs in a professional manner
  • In-depth knowledge of functions in UR User Interface
  • URScript programming language
  • Work with variable positions and multiple TCPs
  • Referencing and shift positions on different coordinate systems for e.g. artificial vision applications
  • Track and coordinate the movement of the robot with conveyor belts
  • Use the integrated force/torque sensor for developing complex applications using the force feedback


   When you complete the Advanced course, you will be able to fully understand and utilize all commands in the Universal Robots “User Interface”. You       will also be able to better optimize your application and reduce the number of waypoints used by utilizing variable waypoints and user defined                 features. The latter feature can assist you to align the movement of the robot to the installation or environment. Conveyor tracking and advanced             force control will also be explored in this training course. This course enables every developer to deploy applications that account for more                         environmental variables.

Registration requires prior completion of Core Training.

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