Festo YouTube channel shows customers how to handle its componentsDecember 3, 2018 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Festo Canada customers can get the most out of the company’s industrial automation solutions by subscribing to the Festo Service channel on YouTube. This new channel provides videos that explain how users can commission these products – both electric and pneumatic ones – or carry out simple maintenance tasks.
All a customer has to do is go to the Festo Service page on YouTube and subscribe.
A few simple steps
This video series is not a replacement for the printed operational instructions and manuals that come with Festo industrial automation solutions; rather, it features specific tasks so that customers can avoid leafing through the instructions for the information. In a few simple steps, the user can learn how to change a toothed belt on a linear axis, or how to replace a set of wearing parts on a pneumatic drive skilfully.
Other videos illustrate how to commission a valve terminal with a bus system, or how to assign functions for the “Schematic Solution” EPLAN project. Festo’s video tutorials also have information on the degree of difficulty, the time involved, and the necessary tools, as well as illustrated comparisons that explain the typical fault sources. All of them complement the company’s technical hotline perfectly.
Users can view these videos on any desktop monitor or on portable devices like tablets or Smartphones. Engineers and technicians can view the correct sequence while working on the machines – an efficient way to get Festo industrial automation solutions working at their peak ability.
The Festo Service channel offers several different playlists, on such topics as pneumatic cylinders, electric drives, and other types of products. To learn more about this channel, have a look at the video below:
This video list continues to grow as Festo designs more innovative products and customers have new maintenance and operation questions. Businesses can always count on Festo’s automation expertise.
To learn more, contact Festo.