setup person

setup person

[′sed‚əp ‚pər·sən]
(control systems)
A person who uses a teach pendant to instruct a robot in its motions.
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He relies on his team to take care of the details and employs two team loan officers--a setup person and a dedicated processor.
My version is a two-year program where young and not so young people, new to machining, agree to study machining with a company to become a machine operator or setup person.
A repeat process color job comes to press, so the printer, helper or setup person prepares four anilox rolls appropriate for process printing.
A skilled setup person is no longer needed for repeat setups.
Most foundries design their nobake line without a pattern setup person to prepare the molds for the molding area.
Payne says that The Lauterbach Group employs a setup person who has multiple roles, including plate mounting.
After the last downsizing, your receptionist is now the file setup person, too.
The operator and the setup person wanted the ability to measure the part at the machine in a way that would produce accurate consistent results.
The solution is to enable the setup person to make an intentional intervention that temporarily prevents the motion from happening, or else to add a mechanical locking mechanism similar to that mentioned for the electric and servo drives.
However, if the machining cycle time is significantly less than the time required to make the new setup, to avoid losing machining time while the setup is being made, the setup can be made beforehand by another setup person on an extra pallet away from the machine.