miniPAL—a mobile palletizer powered by the UR10e cobot arm—offers a footprint of 11 x 13 ft. and
can palletize at two pallet locations for optimized operation. The miniPAL’s compact design includes a
lifting column for tall loads, dual stacking locations for continuous load building, built-in fork pockets
for easy mobility, an area scanner for additional safety, and intuitive pattern-building software.
The design includes two safety mats and two area scanners that detect when people enter the
work envelope, allowing the system to meet even higher speeds when not in collaborative mode.
The system plugs into 110V AC wall power, can be set up in less than a day, and delivers an average
payback between 8 to 10 months, depending on application and industry.
REDUCE COSTS WITH ROBOTIC PALLETIZER
The 700 series robotic palletizers are designed
to deliver the flexibility of manual palletizing with
reduced costs and liability as these machines automatically accumulate and stack cases, trays,
bags or shrink-wrapped multipacks in multiple
configurations and pallet loads. Packagers can
achieve efficient and reliable pallet forming
while using less floor space, and ship secure,
well-formed pallet loads that protect products
Standard systems include a high payload
robot and product handling devices for single or dual infeed and pallet building, product
transport and staging conveyors, high visibility
guarding, Allen Bradley controls, and programming for product requirements. Additional pallet patterns are easily programmed by the end user and
uploaded at the operator panel for a seamless transition to new products or packs. The pallet programming software automatically sets the most efficient arm movement to maximize palletizing speed and
a variety of end-of-arm tools are available to accommodate all product types.
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TACKLE CURVES AND ELEVATION WITH
FLEXIBLE CONVEYOR SERIES
Flextrac Series plastic chain conveyors feature a modular design capable of
infinite configurations to handle the challenges and space constraints of a modern factory.
Each conveyor is designed from building blocks including straight sections,
horizontal curves, and vertical bends that combine to create an overall system
customized to the customer’s exact needs. They can be built on an aluminum
frame or a stainless-steel frame capable of operating in washdown environments
in food and beverage packaging. The conveyors are capable of loads up to 850 lb.
and speeds up to 160 ft /min.
With multiple options for elevation changes, Flextrac Series conveyors can
save space by taking advantage of unused vertical real estate in factory environments. In addition to traditional point-to-point system designs, Flextrac Series
Conveyors can be configured into Alpine Conveyor Systems for accumulation
and cooling/drying applications or Gripper Elevator Systems for elevating/
lowering product to another level or de-pucking operations.