Ed Mullen of Universal Robots demonstrates how the company's UR5 six-axis robot can be easily programmed via a touchscreen tablet or by simply grabbing the robot arm showing it the desired path of movement, for a pick-and-place application. Universal Robots' force control feature allows the robot to grip and handle objects of different dimensions and flexibility without crushing using variable force.
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ESS Technologies has integrated the TaskMate Robotic Blister Loading System with a Starview Packaging Machinery FAB Series rotary type blister sealing machine to create a fully automatic system for loading and sealing blister packages.
AFA Systems’ MK-DLT Integrated Delta 3 Robotic Cartoner features a robot mounted above the cartoner to provide accurate collation of product off either an indexing or continuous moving conveyor using one Allen Bradley integrated platform to control both the cartoner and the Delta 3 Robot, unlike traditional integrated Delta 3 Robotic Cartoners that typically employ two control systems.
Graphic Packaging’s CR80 Card and Carrier Assembly Machine is an intermittent motion carrier and card placement system that attaches gift cards onto printed carriers for point of purchase hanging displays in retail stores.
Designed for time-critical handling applications, the HP 140 Pick-and-Place series from Weiss North America, Inc. integrates a horizontal and a vertical linear axis in a single module that can move directly to all points along these two axes.