Education

AMADA Technical Training

AMADA School Technical Training programs were established in 1985 and provide occupational training for students in both theory and practice. At AMADA School, we know customers expect expert training. Our instructors are fully certified in both software programming and machine operations. Our goal, productivity through education.

Listed below is a brief explanation of our standard classes. We also offer customized on-site training tailored for your exact needs. For more information on classes offered, locations and schedules please call:

 

AMADA School

Phone: (847) 466-2000
Fax: (847) 519-3479
Or email us at amada.school@amada.com



School Facts


Directory of Classes

Software

  • G-Code – Class explains machine code for AMADA punch presses, students learn to construct code from drawings with special regard to tooling and multiple part construction. Student should know how to read prints and have a knowledge of Punch Press Operation.
  • Dr. Abe Blank – Laser-Class uses computers with Dr. Abe software to teach the full use of the Dr. Abe Programming process in regard to Laser cutting machines.

  • Dr. Abe Blank Punch – Class uses computers with Dr. Abe software to teach the full use of the Dr. Abe Programming process in regard to Punching machines.

  • Dr. Abe Blank Combo – Class uses computers with Dr. Abe software to teach the full use of the Dr. Abe Programming process in regard to combination punch/laser machines.

  • Dr. Abe Bend – Class uses computer with Dr. Abe software to teach the full used of the Dr. Abe Bending process for programming and communication with AMADA Press Brake machines.

  • AP100/FabriWin Punch – Class uses computers with either AP100 Punch or FabriWin Punch software to teach programming of parts to be produced on punch press machines.

  • AP100/FabriWin Laser – Class uses computers with either AP100 Punch or FabriWin Laser software to teach programming of parts to be produced on Laser cutting machines.

  • AP100/FabriWin Combo – Class uses computer with either AP100 or FabriWin Combination software to produce parts to be run on combination punch/laser machines.

  • SheetWorks – Class uses computers with software to produce drawings and models used to develop bending programs for AMADA Press Brake machines.

  • FabriBend – Class uses computer with software to produce parts for AMADA Press Brakes showing simulation and tool selection.

 

Machines

Lasers – Offering both basic and advanced classes covering theory, light gauge and heavier plate cutting. Listed machines are usually taught at the AMADA Solution Center in Schaumburg, IL. Older style AMADA Laser cutting machine classes are taught at the customers ON-SITE using the customers machine.

  • LC Pulsar NT
  • LC C1
  • F1
  • EML/EMLK
  • FO
  • FOM
  • Quattro

Punching – Offering classes on listed machines with regard to safety, operation, tooling, maintenance, and basic programming. Older style AMADA Punching machine classes are taught at the customers ON-SITE using the customers machine.

  • EM
  • AC

Bending – Offering classes on bending safety, theory, layout, operation and maintenance of AMADA Press Brakes listed. Listed types are usually taught at the AMADA Solution Center in Schaumburg, IL. Older style AMADA Press Brakes are taught at the customers ON-SITE using the customers machine.

  • HDS
  • FBD NT
  • RG M2

 

Onsite classes offered for older machines (Classes taught at customer's location)

Vipros

  • Queen O4PC
  • King O4PC
  • Vipros II NT

Mechanical Punch Presses

  • Pega, Coma, Vela, and Aries
  • O4PC
  • 6M

Lasers

  • 6M
  • 16IL
  • 160IL
  • Quattro with rotary

Press Brakes

  • NC9EX

CONTACTS

General Inquiries:
(877) AMADA-US  (262-3287)
 
Parts Order Desk:
(800) 854-6763

Tooling Order Desk:
(800) 588-6683

Software Support:
(800) 254-7532
(714) 549-0112
Fax: (714) 443-5036
 

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Our Order Desks are open from 5am PST to 5pm PST.