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Sepro America to Offer Virtual Robot Training

Free training webinars made available to its customers using online meeting systems.


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Responding to the global pandemic’s continuing impact on travel and face-to-face interactions, injection molding automation supplier Sepro America (Warrendale, Penn.) has begun offering free training webinars to its customers using online meeting systems.

The five webinars include:

  • Basic use of the control pendant
  • Simple pick and place programming
  • Editing a program
  • Work zones and the IMM interface
  • Optimizing the robot cycle

The webinars, which can be conducted in English, Spanish or French, range in length from 1 to 1.5 hours. They are open to current and new customers using robots with Visual 2 or Visual 3 controls. Participants need a PC with microphone, speakers and webcam and must have internet access with Google Chrome browser. Webinars are limited to 6 students and will be scheduled periodically depending on the availability of instructors and participants. For more information or to register, visit

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