Columbia/Okura robotic palletizers handle both cases and pails without the need to change tooling. Equipped with a versatile end effector, the robot uses a flexible vacuum-grip system to adapt to a variety of pail and case sizes.
Columbia/Okura palletizers use precision robotics and tooling to effectively handle and stack large woven poly bags of weights to 50 kgs. Robotic technology and special end effectors ensure that oversized bags maintain their shape as they are carefully lifted and placed on pallets, compared with traditional palletizing methods that push and slide bags.
Bag/box end effector from Columbia/Okura enables a single robot to simultaneously palletize bags and boxes without any need to change tools. Multi-function arm tooling can palletize products from up to 3 lines at a time.
The new quick ship program developed by Columbia/Okura (Vancouver, WA) meets the demand for short lead times or last-minute budget changes. A complete robotic palletizing system can be delivered in 2 weeks or less.
Columbia/Okura’s (Vancouver, WA) OXPA-DIY software is a Windows-based graphical user interface that gives the user a simple way to create, edit, and download custom robotic palletizing pattern programs.
Columbia Okura's (Vancouver, WA) Model A-1500 combination palletiz-er can simultaneously handle bags and boxes at speeds to 15 cycles/min. Machine is said to eliminate the need to install one palletizer for bags and another for boxes.