How to choose the best robotic tooling for your palletizing application

Designing a robotic palletizing cell has become more complicated due to a variety of factors. Download this white paper to learn how best to choose the correct end-of-arm tooling for your application.

Today’s manufacturers have started looking downstream more and more for automation opportunities. And when they do, more are choosing robotic systems. According to PMMI’s 2008 Packaging Machinery Shipments & Outlook Study, shipments of robotic palletizers rose by more than 12.5 percent in 2007.

Designing a robotic palletizing cell has become more complicated as companies invest more in environmentally friendly and sustainable packaging. To reduce dunnage, standard corrugated cardboard cartons are being replaced with thinner-walled pressboard, shrink-wrapped bundles of product on corrugated pads, and even loose product in trays. Add increased demand from club stores and marketing changes to the mix, and manufacturers need to account for an even wider range of packaging sizes, shapes and materials.

Download this white paper to learn how to choose the correct end-of-arm tooling to help ensure that a new robotic palletizing or depalletizing system can effectively handle a full range of packaging types.

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