Trio Motion Technology

Trio Motion offers training courses throughout the year.

Please call to arrange a two day course to suit your timetable.

For USA courses, please call Ed Novak on +1 724 540 5018

Times: All courses start at 09:00 and finish at 17:00 unless otherwise stated. The courses take place at the four Trio offices world wide.

Requirements: If you have your own portable PC please bring it with you as this will make life easier this end.

A buffet lunch will be provided.

Introductory Level – Example Course Format

Our 2-day introductory courses are designed to provide an overview of the Motion Coordinator product range and to give an introduction to programming using TrioBASIC. The course is based upon practical worked examples of each topic covered to enable the attendees to gain some valuable hands-on experience of using Motion Perfect2 to develop applications.

Day 1:

Start time: 09:00. Finish time: 17:00

Introduction to Motion Motion 1
Interconnection Linear moves
Axis Setup Circular
Tasks and Software architecture Helical
Tuning Merge
Communication options LookAhead
System Handling
Datum and working areas

Day 2

Start time: 09:00. Finish time: 17:00

Motion 2 Overview
Web Processing Why use Trio
Connect Product Range
Flying Shear Feature Codes
Camming Website & Tools

Advanced Training – Example Course Format

For experienced programmers and customers requiring specialized or more advanced training we can tailor a course to suit your specific needs. Our engineers have extensive on-site experience of many varied applications and from this experience they can advise you on the most efficient way to solve your particular application requirements.

SERCOS and Real-Time-Express Digital drive communications… Hands on course, introduction to the principles and practise of setting up digital drive networks
Ethernet and Trio PC Hands on course… Introduction to the Trio PC ActiveX component using Visual Basic and VBA for Microsoft Excel… Tips and tricks for setting up Ethernet nodes… Connections using Modbus TCP protocol