The Challenges of Robotic Palletiser Implementation
Most robotic palletisers are large, bulky systems that take up significant space in an environment where it is at a premium. Space requirements in factories and warehouses, especially during end-of-line processes, is an important challenge in robotic palletiser implementation.
Overall, robotic palletisers positively impact the safety of employees, removing a significant cause of RSIs and more severe injuries. However, they do introduce new machinery into the workplace, presenting a different kind of risk.
Software design for robotic palletisers is often based on complex programming languages that require costly and time-consuming training to master.
Many automated palletiser systems are inflexible and designed for only a specific task. As a result, they may require significant downtime to change functionality, adjust to new pallet layouts, or redeploy to new lines.
RB1200 Cobot Palletiser
- Compactsizereducesthefootprintrequiredfor operation
- Comprehensivesafetyfeaturesallowforquickand compliant deployment
- Softwaredesignbasedonanintuitiveandeasyto learn interface
- Flexibleusethatworksnomattertheapplication, reducing downtime and maximising utilisation
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Stuart CoultonMarketing Manager, UK & Ireland