Schubert Transmodule transporting robot

Tuesday, 10 September, 2013 | Supplied by: Selpak Automation Pty Ltd



The third generation of the Schubert Transmodule - claimed to be the world’s first transporting robot - has been reworked and released. Transmodule 3.0 will be used in Schubert machinery from mid-2013 onwards.

The Transmodule controls the product to package, from collating to carton erecting to closing, and directly to palletising. According to the company, this allows Schubert packaging machines to be smaller, compact and flexible, with a higher efficiency than traditional machine transport systems.

It takes its signal wirelessly and power inductively. No cables, wires, chains or sprockets are required for operation.

The third generation offers automatically swappable size plates, positioning precision of ±0.1, acceleration up to 8 m/s2, speed up to 4.5 m/s, adjustable vacuum generators, data transfer of 4 Mbps and drive power of 1 kW.

Online: www.selpak.com.au
Phone: 02 9585 8811
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