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  • Robots Can Be Complicated, KUKA Robotics Makes Them Simple

    Robotic Palletizers KUKA Robotics is a global leader of robotic system manufacturing. Since building our first industrial robot in 1977 we have expanded and improved our products. We offer the development, production, and sale of industrial robots, controllers, software, linear units, and omniMove omni-directional motion platforms. Our robots improve product quality, reduce cost-intensive use of materials and lessen the consumption of dwindling energy resources. Read more......

  • What is a Palletizer?

    Just a few decades ago, pallets were loaded by hand or by forklift. There was no fast method available for loading pallets quickly. Loading a pallet was a long drawn-out process that took time away from other factory processes. In 1948, Lamson Corp invented the first automatic palletizer, which automatically loaded pallets with goods. This system was extremely successful, and it was not long before many other manufacturing companies also used palletizers in their businesses. So what exactly is a palletizer? A palletizer is a machine that facilitates the loading...

  • Robodonien 2016: LBR iiwa Give Artists a Helping Hand at RWTH Robot Workshop

      From 16 - 18 September, KUKA was represented by the LBR iiwa at the Robodonien robot art festival. As part of a workshop at the Faculty of Architecture at RWTH Aachen University, visitors had the opportunity to generate foldable elements in a semi-automated process and add these...

  • American-Newlong: Robotic Palletizer

    See it at PACK EXPO International, Booth #N-5767! American-Newlong will be displaying its EC-201 robotic palletizing machine and the A1-PB sewing stand with DS-9C filled bag closing head. Also on display will be the DS-C filled bag closing head and the NP-7A portable bag closer. American-Newlong, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of automated, open-mouth bag packaging and closing systems and equipment and is a distributor of Fuji Ace robotic palletizers. American-Newlong’s line of equipment includes sewing machines, twist tying machines, tape tying machines, heat sealers, semi- automated to fully automated...

  • Kuka Reports Record Orders

    Kuka says it has generated record levels of business across its units, with almost €900 million worth of orders placed in the second quarter of 2016. The figure represents a 28 percent increase on the previous year’s profits. In it robotics division, earnings increased to €25.5 million in the past quarter, says the company in a report. Kuka, a Germany-based company established in 1898, is one of the world’s leading industrial robot manufacturers. In recent weeks it has been the subject of a takeover bid by Chinese company Midea, which...

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Robotic Palletizers

Robotic palletizers are materials handling machines used to load and unload pallets used in storage and shipping applications. Pallets are among the most widely used shipping and storage platforms. They exist in many forms and can bear the weight of hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of pounds of materials.

Robotic palletizers are just one variety of palletizing equipment. A wide variety of equipment has been developed to facilitate the movement of pallets and their loads from one place to another. In warehouses, pallets that are moved across short distances can often be moved with forklifts and even manual pallet jacks. But in very large scale manufacturing and distribution operations, palletizing systems can give an operation the productivity boost it needs to remain competitive. There are many different kinds of robotic palletizers, and they are all used for many different purposes. Bag palletizers are used to load and unload bags in large quantities before or after shipment of a pallet; they are widely used in the production and distribution of heavy, bagged products like concrete and bulk minerals. Depalletizers are used exclusively for the unloading of products from pallets; they make the movement of materials from loading bays to production floors safer, quicker and more efficient.

In addition to streamlining materials handling on factory and warehouse floors, robotic palletizers can account for a dramatic reduction in strain-induced injuries for workers. Especially in the movement of heavy materials, repeated bending and lifting can cause severe strain to workers and can cause injuries. Such scenarios compromise employee health, which also leads to a reduction of productivity and efficiency, and it contributes to employee healthcare costs. Palletizing machines are capable of lifting and moving heavy objects for extended periods of time without ceasing. The only necessary interruptions to palletizer operations should be periodic maintenance and the end of a work shift. Some robotic palletizers are equipped with safety features like QuickSTOP and Smartscan. QuickSTOP safety systems detect problems with a robotic palletizer's components during operation; this can prevent further damage to the palletizer as well as damage to products. The Smartscan safeguard, on the other hand, protects workers in close proximity to robotic palletizers. Smartscan systems detect the presence of humans near palletizers, and when proximity sensors are triggered, the palletizer ceases its operation in order to reduce the risk of worker injury. Palletizer systems can be a large initial expense, but it is an investment in efficiency and worker safety. Those investments consistently prove themselves to negate the expense after a short time of operation.



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Robotic Palletizers - American-Newlong, Inc.
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