Basic robot prior to being fitted with a specifically designed application head.
Robotic Heading components are one aspect of a synchronized kraft roll wrapping system. The robot cell picks up an end piece, rotates to pick up a second end, then places both items into the press system (shown left) where they are released.
Core handling robot cells are used for staging cores within a production line, and can also be used for moving them to different levels in the plant. Note how size may vary depending on application.
This smaller robot cell is programmed to pick a printed label off the label generating machine (shown on the picture to the left), and place it onto a designated area of the roll next to it. Note the sensor on the robotic head that helps with location and placement.
Programmed to assist building crates, the head on this robot cell picks the side and top components of an "unbuilt" crate, placing them around previously stacked panels in a specific sequence, after which the bundle is moved on to a banding station.
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