ELECTRONICS: LASERDYNE SYSTEMS announced a new training series for the line of LASERDYNE Multi-axis laser systems including the LASERDYNE 795, 790, 780, 890, 550, 450 and 430 Systems. The training programs are entitled “Empowering LASERDYNE Users to Go Beyond Others”, and designed to expand their knowledge, creativity and efficiency for operating the LASERDYNE systems more competitively.
The LASERDYNE Empower Training Programs are designed to increase user productivity and keep system operators up-to-date, and optimize system production made possible by faster setups, more robust processes, and more efficient implementation of programming and system maintenance.
The LASERDYNE Empower Training Programs are available in the following curriculums: 1) Laser Applications, Beginner and Advanced, 2) System Programming, Beginner and Advanced, 3) Laser Maintenance, and 4) Motion System Maintenance. The training programs are two days long for each and available for users on site worldwide or available at the LASERDYNE facility in Champlin, Minnesota.
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