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Aagard Group

3711 Iowa Street

Alexandria, MN 56308

Phone: 320.763.6043

Email: sales@aagard.com

Email: service@aagard.com

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Training

Basic machine training consists of two days of training per class. This class should be no more than eight people.  Out of those eight people, it is best to have Line Operators, Mechanics and/or Electrical Technicians. We require production and packaging materials so we can perform changeovers from one size to another. It is best if the machine isn’t running during the training.

 

Operator Training:
Day One - 2-3 hours classroom training, 5-6 hours hands on training
(Maximum class size eight people)

 

Operator Training: Overview of the system and basic production fundamentals

 

During Operator Training, you will:

  • Learn how to use Aagard Machine Manual

  • Load materials required to run production

  • Learn location of the following:

  • Emergency Stop Buttons

  • Air Dump

  • High Voltage Disconnect

  • Operator Stations

  • Follow lock out and tag out procedures

  • Identify meaning of stack light colors

  • Identify meaning of warning horn sounds

  • Login to Human Machine Interface (HMI)

 

NOTE: Not all buttons are visible or enabled for all users

 

  • Review alarm displays and navigation

  • Start and stop machine

  • Clear jams

  • Operate machine in production

  • Jog any device on machine

  • Adjust machine to different product sizes by performing product changeover

  • Have complete understanding of mechanical adjustments

  • Adjust HMI glue settings

  • Confirm servo reference position settings

 

 

Operator Training:
Day Two - 1-2 hours classroom training, 6-7 hours hands on training
(Maximum class size eight people)

 

Operator Training: Hands on Demonstration 

 

  • Each class participant should demonstrate the ability to:

  • Locate and load materials

  • Show e-stop, air dump, and high voltage disconnect locations

  • Safely start and stop machine

  • Operate machine during production

  • Change machine from one product size to another

  • Jog a device

  • Reference a device

  • Find the definition for a field on a data screen

  • Find cause and remedy for an alarm

  • Find device on machine using device list

  • Find device on electrical drawings

 

Technical Training: In depth troubleshooting

 

Aagard Manual Troubleshooting Guides;

  • System Maintenance

  • Troubleshooting Suggestions

  • Glue System Maintenance and Troubleshooting

  • General Information

  • Servo Referencing/Troubleshooting

 

 

Normal Business Hours:
Monday through Friday – 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM CST
320-763-6043 (Voice)
320-763-7859 (Fax)

email: service@aagard.com