Learning.Skills.Expertise.

We want your employees to be able to optimally operate, program and maintain SW machines from the very outset. Our instructors use a practice-oriented approach to teach all the skills they will need for this. In addition to our basic training courses, we also offer a range of special courses that teach expert knowledge – for independent and efficient work.

But in order to play their part, they need practice-oriented training with each new machine type and each new machine generation. With this knowledge, they can work more efficiently and more independently – a win-win situation for the company and its employees.  

Training / Overview

SW Machine Operation
BE-1
SW Machine Operation

The objective of this course is to understand and practice the safe and effective handling of an SW machine and control system. The participants learn how to prepare and start the production process as well as how to identify and solve basic failures. The course utilizes simple operation tasks. Step-by-step procedures are provided as well.

Preventive Maintenance for SW Machines
IH-1
Basics Maintenance of SW Machines

The goal of the training is to gain knowledge of the assemblies of a SW machine and the associated basic maintenance measures.

IH-2
Advanced Troubleshooting and Repair

The objectives of this course are to know the required maintenance tasks for an SW machine and to gain the skills to perform the related tasks correctly. The participants learn about the basic design of an SW machine and its major assembly groups. All related maintenance tasks according to the maintenance schedule are discussed and practiced. Standard maintenance procedures are provided to ensure the continued maintenance of the SW machine. The course is completed by an introduction to the required machine maintenance operations.

IH-TR
Torque Rotary Axis Replacement

The objectives of this course are to enable the participants to identify the cause of a torque rotary axis malfunction and to take the necessary steps for repair. After a discussion of the mechanical and electrical design of the torque rotary axis, the participants learn about its operation and the required maintenance tasks. In addition, the participants perform the replacement of a torque rotary axis at a training machine. This includes the execution of required measurements
 and the backup of relevant data.

IH-UK
Lateral Entry Maintenance

The objective of this course is to update the participants on the knowledge and skills required to maintain a new SW machine after changing from another machine or control type within the family of SW machines. This could be useful after adding a machine with linear drives to existing ball screw drive machines. This course is designed for participants that are familiar with SW machines and have completed an SW maintenance course in the past. After discussing the mechanical and electrical differences of the new machine, the participants learn about new functions and required maintenance tasks. The course is completed by performing the basic maintenance tasks that are different from the former machines.

IH-MS
Motor Spindle Replacement

The objectives of this course are to enable the participants to identify the cause of a motor spindle malfunction and to take the necessary steps for repair. After a discussion of the mechanical and electrical design of the motor spindle, the participants learn about its operation and the required maintenance tasks. In addition, the participants perform the replacement of a motor spindle at a training machine. This includes the execution of required measurements and the backup of relevant data.

Contact

As Technology People, we know how important an understanding of the technical context is in order to fulfill the daily production goals. The employees who operate, program and maintain the machines are one important factor. They make all the difference when it comes to the availability and productivity of the machines. 

But in order to play their part, they need practice-oriented training with each new machine type and each new machine generation. With this knowledge, they can work more efficiently and more independently – a win-win situation for the company and its employees. 

“Qualified operators who can independently perform routine tasks on our machines increase both availability and output in practical terms. Investing in training through the life academy therefore always pays dividends.”

Dr. Michael Raus, Director of the life academy Germany

Bruno Schlei, Trainer will assist with all your question about life academy.
E-Mail: contact.na@sw-machines.com 


Bruno Schlei, Trainer life academy