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ABB launches a brand new Robotic Depalletizer answer designed for dealing with complicated depalletizing duties within the logistics, e-commerce, healthcare, and client packaged items industries.
The answer combines an ABB industrial robotic arm with imaginative and prescient steerage and a brand new, customized gripper design. The answer is optimized for blended load pallets with quite a lot of field sizes and kinds.
The imaginative and prescient system can rapidly and simply establish a brand new field kind after which alter the grip location and gripper orientation to optimally pickup the field from the pallet. This shortens the setup time and minimizes the engineering effort to deploy a brand new depalletizing workcell.
“Adjustments in client conduct are resulting in an increase in new gross sales channels akin to omni-channel, direct to client (D2C) and e-commerce. These, in flip, are driving the necessity for extra versatile and environment friendly order success and distribution infrastructures,” says Marc Segura, ABB’s Robotics Division President. “With the flexibility to depalletize containers stacked in quite a lot of configurations from single and blended pallets, ABB´s Robotic Depalletizer helps to satisfy this want, permitting sooner and extra correct dealing with of a variety of products prepared for the following stage within the distribution course of.”
The robotic can effectively course of pallets of as much as 2.8m (9.2 ft) excessive and containers as much as 30 kg (80 lbs). The robotic can work at speeds as much as 650 cycle per hour, and do that 24 hours a day.
Quite a lot of ABB robots might be deployed into the Robotic Depalletizer answer. This features a vary of 4 to 6 axis robots. This allows the answer to be appropriately measurement for the anticipated operations, and might make the answer extra inexpensive if lighter payloads, or much less complicated pallet configurations are anticipated.
The Robotic Palletizer can place containers to an out feed conveyor or it might probably even work together with an autonomous cell robotic (AMR) for removing of containers. ABB just lately acquired AMR supplier ASTI and has built-in ASTI into its product line.