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Training in the UK

Training options

Renishaw recognises that training requirements vary according to territory and industry, and as a result provides a variety of training options to help you exploit the full potential of your laser and ballbar systems.

Training sessions take place in a dedicated lecture room with AV facilities as well as on a selection of modern machine tools including multi-axis machines in the adjacent demonstration rooms.

XL-80 and ML10 laser training courses

Training in the UK

Notes are provided to assist you during the courses for the laser system measurement and data capture training courses and, in conjunction with the specialist help and guidance offered by your course tutor, will:

  • Familiarise you with the components of linear data capture
  • Explain how to plan a linear test
  • Allow you to understand the different software modes
  • Teach you how to align optics
  • Linear measurement and data capture
  • How to use the compensation function
  • Angular measurement and data capture
  • Straightness measurement and data capture
  • Rotary measurement and data capture

QC20-W and QC10 ballbar training courses

QC20-W application

The following areas are covered to assist you during the Renishaw ballbar training course and, in conjunction with the specialist help and guidance offered by your course tutor, will:

  • Familiarise you with the components of the Renishaw ballbar system
  • Explain how to plan a ballbar test
  • Explain the effects of temperature
  • Explain machine axis conventions
  • Allow you to understand the different software modes
  • Teaches you how to use the 'Configuration mode'
  • Teaches you how to use the 'Advanced mode'

Course objectives

  • To provide you with the skills and confidence necessary to perform any measurement data capture on a chosen machine using either a Renishaw XL-80 or ML10 laser system or a QC20-W or QC10 ballbar.
  • To allow you to practice setting up optics and ballbar components to capture data and provide feedback.
  • To provide initial support and coaching to allow you to adapt these new skills to the workplace.