What are ideal projects for robots? This is not so easy to summarise. In general, robots are great where there are multiple production lines running at moderate (4 or 5 cases a minute or less) speeds. They are also great for complex moves, such as palletising buckets with lids and handles, or with pallet patterns with a chimney where it is necessary to put an extra pack inside the chimney vertically.
Robots can also pick up empty pallets and interlayer sheets thus reducing the need for additional conveyors and manipulators.
Scott has a complete range of various robot grippers, including some that can easily pick up whole layers of product.
|Collection and centralised palletisation of boxes||Cosmetics & pharma|
|High infeed and robot palletisation of flour products||Bakery & flour products|
|Robotic end-of-line palletising system for cases||Bakery & flour products|
|Robot palletising line for boxes||Baby & medical food|
|Robotic palletising system for carton cases||General manufacturing|
|Hybrid palletising system for cases of butter||Dairy products|
|Game changing benefits from creative and compact palletising cell||Hygienic paper|
|Volys chooses Scott to streamline the internal logistics of its prepared poultry products||Meat|
|Depalletising and sorting system for plastic totes||Meat|
|Pallet and tray handling system||Retail distribution|