Picking rates of up to 1800 items per hour are made possible through the innovative configuration of RapidPick stations, which can be fully tailored to match operators’ individual requirements.
Güdel gantry systems are claimed to expand users’ horizontal and vertical reach for a diverse range of materials handling requirements.
A&D Australasia has used its weighing and measurement technology and local automation engineering expertise to create a valuable customised solution for one of Australia’s leading beverage producers.
The R-series Kawasaki RS10L and RS20N six-axis articulated arm robots replace the existing F-series robots and have 10 and 20 kg payloads respectively.
Hardy Instruments’ HI 1756-FC is a single-feeder control module that mounts directly into an Allen-Bradley ControlLogix chassis.
The Primarius supply chain management software system and analysis toolset optimises the amount of inventory a company needs to support its customers. The system manages the process of working out what raw materials or finished goods a company needs to buy or store to meet future customer demand; it determines when the goods need to be bought and in what quantity with the net impact of reducing the amount of inventory needed to run a business while also increasing the ability of the business to fill customer orders on time.
The FlexPicker IRB 360 is a second-generation, high-speed picking robot that claims faster processing and faster payback for packaging applications. The robot offers the ability to handle heavier objects and accommodate the mass of increasingly sophisticated grippers required in handling diverse products. The IRB 360 is the second-generation delta robot solution for precision pick-and-place applications. It features high speed, high payload, accuracy, reliability and ease of use.
Elettric 80’s scalable Freeway system provides a solution through custom-designed automation for fast-moving consumer-goods plants, especially those with two-shift operations, or more.
The Kuka KR5 sixx CR — Cleanroom Robot features a 5 kg payload and is available in two versions: the KR5 sixx R650 CR with 650 mm reach and the KR5 sixx R850 CR with 850 mm reach. Both are compact, high-speed robots that meet ISO Class 3 requirements and are double foil packed under cleanroom conditions.
Jorgensen Engineering has developed a robotic system for pick and place.
Racks and spur gears can be used to transmit power and motion between rotating shafts or convert rotational motion into linear motion.
Cama’s latest robot, the Triaflex, is a custom-made robot that can reach speeds of up to 150 cycles/min, with the capability to function on a single or double line tracking system and carry out tasks which are particularly complicated technically, such as managing and loading products on continuous motion machines.
The IRB 2400, an industrial robot from Tecnopack, is an anthropomorphic robot, with 6 axis. It is suitable for general product pick-and-place operations, especially when it is necessary to handle many components at the same time. It is available in three versions, with a managing capacity from 5 up to 16 kg.
The Oystar A+F Twinline twin-axis robot has been developed for the Twinline pick-and-place machine.
LXE has released what it claims is the smallest and lightest, wireless handheld data collection computer for cold storage.