KUKA Robotics to Unveil New Robotic Palletizing System Using KUKA KR 40 PA RobotKUKA Robotics has developed a new robotic layer forming palletizing system using a KUKA KR 40 PA robot. The robotic system provides increased flexibility, faster palletizing, and virtually eliminates package damage caused by conventional palletizers.
- KUKA Robotics a leading global manufacturer of industrial rob, today announced it will introduce and demonstrate its new robotic layer forming palletizing solution at Pack Expo in Las Vegas, NV October 15-17, 2007 booth S-5767.
- Robotic layer forming virtually eliminates package damage caused by conventional palletizers as they mechanically turn the packages to form interlocking pallet patterns that are necessary to create a stable pallet without a reduction in palletizing speed.
- The solution utilizes a KUKA KR 40 PA robot to positively orient and position each case or package to form the layer.
- The result is a robust, repeatable, flexible, and fast palletizing solution that does not sacrifice product or case integrity.
- The new robotic layer forming palletizing solution utilizes a KUKA KR 40 PA robot.
- The KUKA KR 40 robot is a 4 axis robot with a payload capacity of 40 kg and a reach up to 2091 mm.
- It utilizes state of the art carbon fiber composite materials making it extremely light without sacrificing stiffness.
- KUKA Robotics will showcase the new robotic palletizing system on its booth
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