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Goods to Person Robotics

Robotic Bottle Picking

Capable of handling 95% of SKUs, our automated bottle picking system uses proven technology to pick wine and spirits bottles that have historically been picked from split case shelving or carton racks.  The robotic units can either be mounted on an AS/RS and travel to the product or be fixed where the product is presented to the robot via a carousel.  Both designs are modular and scalable to fit customer requirements.  

Interested in implementing robotic picking technology in your facility, or simply want to know more about it?

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Advantages of Robotic Bottle Picking

  • Reduces warehouse labor and injuries
  • Improves order fulfillment speed and accuracy
  • Reduces product damage
  • Improves warehouse space utilization
  • Automatic replenishment
  • Accommodates changing sales patterns
Vision-Guided Part Picking

Telescoping End of Arm Tool

 

Robotic Bottle Picking Software Integration

    • Automatic split case bottle building pack list
    • Product and customer specific rule handling
    • Human Machine Interface (HMI) software provides visibility and easy operation
    • Administrative and operating functionality
High-Speed Pick and Place Robot

High-Speed Pick and Place Robot

 

Robotic Bottle Picking features

    • Able to handle up to 95% of SKUs
    • Proven end of arm tool designs
    • Fully automatic picking and replenishment
    • Reliable and cost effective
    • Modular design allows for easy throughput expansion by adding more robots
    • Each robotic unit is capable of up to 500 picks per hour
 

Pick and Place Robot Specifications:

  • Throughput can reach up to 200 products per minute
  • Vision can identify 100 or more products on the moving conveyor per second
  • High picking accuracy and tool compensation can bring placement error down to 0 mm
  • Vision sensor and accessories are stationary-mounted
  • Robotic system interfaces with PC or PLC
 

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Interested in pick and place robotics or want to know more about it?