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Robotiq Palletising Solutions

Palletising can be a very repetitive task when handled manually, this is why it is one of the most common robotic solutions across many industries. The Robotiq AX Series and PE Series robotic palletising solutions have been developed to meet the needs of companies providing essential goods in lower throughput applications, with frequent changes of task and box or pallet size.

Both palletising robots solutions bring many benefits including:

  • Flexibility
  • Efficiency
  • Easy set up

They can also be easily integrated with other manufacturing lines, making automated palletising, depalletising, or both, a perfect solution to enhance your end-of-line operations.

Robotiq Palletisers

AX Series

Robotiq AX Series Palletizer

The AX Series has a fully integrated vertical 7th axis and teach pendant support.

Box Specifications:

Maximum pallet height: 2750mm

Maximum payload with EOAT: Up to 16kg

Maximum box throughput: Up to 13 cycles/min *

Minimum box dimensions: 50 x 50 x 50 mm

*Depending on box weight, dimensions, and surface, as well as pallet dimensions and layout.

What’s included:

  1. Cobot Base
  2. Fully Integrated Vertical 7th Axis
  3. AirPick gripper, extra reach bracket
  4. Tower lights, integrated pallet sensors
  5. Teach pendant support
  6. Application Software: Material Handling Copilot
  7. Box sensor, Anchor kit, Cable management system

PE Series

Robotiq PE Series Palletizer

The PE Series has a manually adjustable pedestal useful for lower pallet heights applications, a teach pendant stand and an operator box.

Box Specifications:

Maximum pallet height: 1500mm

Maximum payload with EOAT: Up to 16kg

Maximum box throughput: Up to 13 cycles/min *

Minimum box dimensions: 50 x 50 x 50 mm

*Depending on box weight, dimensions, and surface, as well as pallet dimensions and layout.

What’s included:

  1. Cobot Base
  2. Manually adjustable pedestal
  3. AirPick gripper, extra reach bracket
  4. Tower lights, integrated pallet sensors
  5. Teach Pendant Stand with Internal Cable Routing
  6. Application Software: Material Handling Copilot
  7. Box sensor, Anchor kit, Cable management system

 

How does the palletising system work?

  • An empty pallet is placed on the palletising machine
  • Boxes are moved into the palletising cell
  • Retro reflective sensors detect the boxes and the Universal Robot arm then picks them up and begins to stack them on the pallet
  • Once a pallet is full, the robot waits for the pallet to be removed, before it begins the process again.

What are the benefits of the Robotiq palletisers?

  • Quick and easy to install, set up and configure
  • All hardware and software already connected
  • Small footprint allows for an easy fit into an existing floor plan
  • Application set up on the robot in 3 simple steps
  • Fully integrated vertical 7th Axis or manually adjustable pedestal
  • The palletisers can pick a wide range of boxes and cover extensive heights and pallet dimensions to suit your needs
  • Palletising Copilot software does the hard work for you as it automatically generates and optimises all trajectories and cobot movements

How does automating your end-of-line palletising enhance your operations?

  • Frees up your employees for higher value tasks
  • Provides a versatile and flexible option for palletising
  • Fast return on investment
  • Faster palletising speed compared to when the task is carried out manually

This robotic solution is the perfect application to ensure that all aspects of your end-of-line operations are highly efficient.

Robotiq Palletiser for Universal Robots palletising applications

Start your project

How many boxes per minute could be palletised at your facility? Try the easy-to-use robotic palletising simulator, allowing you to validate your choice to invest with your own data. The Configurator will help you chose the appropriate solution for your application. Plus, find out whether the AX Series or PE Series is a better fit for you.

All you need to do is:

  1. Enter the box dimensions
  2. Enter the pallet dimensions
  3. Enter the conveyor dimensions
  4. Enter the pallet pattern and number of layers desired

The configurator will then tell you if your boxes, pallets and patterns fall within the solution’s limits and if yes, more information will be provided.

Robotiq Palletizer Simulator