Certified Automation &
Closing the Gap between Industry and Education
According to The Manufacturing Institute, there are over 600,000 unfilled manufacturing positions in the US, but many applicants lack the skills and training to do the job. In the next ten years, this gap is expected to grow to as many as 2 million unfilled manufacturing jobs as the number of highly skilled manufacturing jobs continues to outpace the pool of trained candidates. FANUC Certified Education programs provide industry relevant training and competency based skills developed across the FANUC CNC and Robotics product lines.
FANUC collaborates with other industry technology leaders in automation, advanced manufacturing, the connected enterprise, and education to develop a certification program that addresses the needs of employers and aligns with secondary and post-secondary programs of study. FANUC is an authorized provider of Continuting Education Units, and all FANUC education programs meet the national ANSI/IACET standards.
The FANUC/Levil CNC training cart enables students to gain exposure to turning practices, including on-machine programming, set up and operation. With a small footprint, easy access and portablility, this compact CNC Machine can be moved from classroom to classroom through any standard doorway.
The FANUC/Levil CNC training cart incorporates FANUC's latest industrially recognized CNC controll platform, with AC servo motors and drives in a self-contained, portable milling center. This compact CNC Machine can be moved from classroom to classroom through any standard doorway.
The FANUC CNC Simulator brings the world’s most popular controls to the classroom, providing students with exposure to FANUC CNCs without the need for a full machine. The FANUC CNC Simulator is based on the FANUC Series 0i-MODEL F platform, and can be operated in either milling or turning configurations. Students will experience the look, feel and layout of the control as they navigate and program a fully functioning CNC. Using ISO G-code programming or the FANUC MANUAL GUIDE i conversational programming interface, students can simulate wireframe toolpath or 3D solid modeling before transferring the program to a machine tool.