Pallet Configuration Software(29 companies)
Software designed to configure placement patterns of bags or cases onto a pallet, for robotic or mechanical systems. Interested in purchasing new palletizing and load stabilization equipment? Learn what to look for in these articles.
AFA Systems Ltd.
AFA Systems offers both gantry and articulating arm style robotic palletizers. Company also provides ancillary equipment with palletizers, including slip sheet dispensers and pallet dispensers. Palletizing systems feature intuitive HMI screens to set up new sizes and pallet pack patterns. Company also offers dual loading station palletizers designed to increase overall throughput.
Allied Technology LLC
The PicPac robot and cobot palletizers from Allied Technology feature a compact and mobile-ready design made to simplify the robotic palletizing process and maintain the robust demands of industrial automation. The PicPac Palletizer is a complete turn-key robotic palletizer for end-of-line packaging. Simply lower the caster wheels and roll the cell into place. The PicPac Palletizer’s built-in powered conveyor can meter and locate cases to ensure the robot picks accurately every time. Programming is easy for multi-picks and complex patterns using the proprietary drag and drop software.
Bergami designs and manufactures palletizers to be simple and cost effective. Palletizers utilize off-the-shelf servo motors and drives blended with simple HMI programming and programming recipe management. Bergami palletizing systems can include single or multiple cells with many options for pallet feeding.
BEUMER offers the paletpac® and robotpac® palletizing systems. BEUMER’s paletpac® system is designed for stack quality and reliability, with a multi-program interface that includes all common packing patterns and can be individually adjusted to the different requirements. BEUMER palletizing systems are particularly suited for sensitive bagged goods, granulated material and pulverized or micronized products, with capacities up to 5,500 bph. The BEUMER robotpac® system can palletize and depalletize any type of package using specially developed sector-specific and task-specific gripper tools. Its adjustment control system ensures simple operation and a smooth flow, even for complex processes with varying parameters.
BW Integrated Systems
BW Integrated Systems automatic palletizers and robotic palletizing systems are durable, reliable machines that are designed with low maintenance requirements for a more economical and rugged palletizing solution. Offering bulk, cylinder, low-level, and rotary case solutions, BW Integrated System's robotic palletizers feature customizable end-of-arm tooling to fit the unique pallet requirements of their customers.
Clevertech North America Inc
Clevertech palletizers handle bulk filled or empty cans, can ends, PET and glass bottles, cases, shrink wrapped trays or bundles, pails and baskets. Palletizers can be supplied high-level or floor level, robotic or conventional, with robotic or gantry style product manipulators. Systems, designed for food and beverages, pet food, home and personal care, can making, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, can palletize up to four lines simultaneously and handle a wide range of pallet patterns, including rainbow pallets, 2D and 3D product pallets.
Columbia Machine, Inc.
Columbia Machine offers flexible palletizing solutions that are engineered to efficiently palletize cases, RPC, trays, bundles, display packs and more, at speeds of up to 200 cases per minute. Columbia manufactures high level, floor level and robotic palletizers, load transfer stations and provide complete system integration.
Consolidated Technologies Inc.
THe R-PAL 30 robotic palletizer is available in single- and multi-line formats. For single-line applications, it features a small footprint for end-of-line automation. Robotic palletizer can be offered with manual or automatic pallet handling. Multi-line palletizers are designed to palletize multiple SKUs simultaneously, and include a variety of options such as universal robot end-of-arm tool, slip sheet and pallet handling, case infeed conveyors and pallet dispensers. Bar code readers, product and pallet labellers, vision system and other equipment can be integrated upon request. Control and interface are designed to be user friendly with operator and maintenance screens. Palletizers are engineered for efficiency, low energy consumption, low maintenance requirements and continuous palletizing operation. Palletizing robots are servo-powered and highly-customizable.
With its universal gripper the i-Pal palletising unit can handle a very wide range of products and stacking patterns. By supporting products from the bottom, ultra-reliable product handling is guaranteed.
Duravant's operating company, nVenia, offers conventional and robotic palletizing solutions for a wide variety of primary and secondary package types and applications.
E80 Group Inc
Elettric 80 offers automatic palletizing systems, featuring the DRAGON Beverage palletizing cell. Using Fanuc robots to form individual packages into layers and a second, larger Fanuc robot fitted with a patented “fork gripper” to place the layers on a pallet, the palletizer is suitable for PET, glass, or cans. The gentle handling of individual packages and full layers eliminates the risk of product damage and provides the flexibility needed to stack various formats (e.g. shrink, hi-cone, trays) on multiple pallet platforms (e.g. full pallets, half pallets, display pallets).
FlexLink Systems, Inc
FlexLink offers two options suitable for palletizing closed boxes within the fast-moving consumer goods industries: a palletizer with an industrial robot, the RI20, and a collaborative robot, the RC10. The RI20 handles payloads of up to 15kg at 12 cycles per minute. As the RI20 does not have a mainframe attached to the floor, it is a mobile solution suitable for use in multiple production lines. The RC10 is a collaborative robot palletizer, handling payloads of up to 8kg at 8 bpm. Without a fence or cage surrounding it, the small footprint gives flexibility in its location.
Grupo Empac SA de CV
Grupo Empac offers semi-automatic and automatic palletizing systems.
Conventional and robotic palletizers and depalletizers have become indispensable for automating labor-intensive tasks in modern manufacturing, distribution and fulfillment operations. Honeywell Intelligrated’s breadth of palletizing equipment and decades of industry experience provide best-fit palletizing solutions designed to address today’s demanding production and fulfillment requirements. Honeywell Intelligrated provides a full range of scalable palletizing equipment that delivers the speed, productivity and flexibility needed in manufacturing and distribution operations. Alvey brand robotic palletizing solutions are designed to solve the most challenging palletizing problems, including the abilities to pick single cases, rows or entire layers. Palletizer and depalletizer capabilities include conventional palletizers and depalletizers, robotic palletizers and depalletizers (with end-of-arm robotic tooling), hybrid palletizing solutions, pallet load stackers, and pallet dispensers.
ITW Hartness supplies robotic-based platforms and innovative designs for ultimate flexibility and low-pressure product handling that are highly reliable and inherently safe. ITW Hartness’ high-speed palletizer is a low-level system that uses a two-stage process for the palletization of products for food, beverage and personal care applications, among others. The End of Line Palletizer features universal vacuum end-of-arm tools (EOT) that handles RSC, wraparound, and cartons and mechanical EOT for RSC, wraparound, cartons, trays, shrink and other applications.
The modular Pressant series is designed for grouping of layers and palletizing of full crates reliably at a high speed.
Maspack Packaging USA
Maspack Packaging offers the palletizers suitable for both cartons or cases as well as bottles on pallets. Palletizing systems are designed with a solid and sturdy frame in painted steel with a double-column framework of painted carbon steel bearing the palletizing head. Bottles are fed to the gripping head through a continuous unscrambler or pushing device depending on the speeds. An automatic pad inserter positions pads between the layers to be palletized. Various models available for capacities up to 16.000 bph. Bottles are fed to the gripping head through a continuous unscrambler or pushing device depending on the speeds. Various models available for capacities up to 16.000 bph.
Motion Controls Robotics Inc.
Motion Controls Robotics, Inc., develops robotic palletizing systems that are highly reliable, flexible to handle various configurations and able to handle process adjustments on the fly. Applications include case palletizing to bags, rolls, slit rolls on end, mixed case load palletizing as well as other challenging palletizing requirements. In addition, MCRI designs end-of-line solutions that provide complete palletizing systems from packing, tracking and labeling to stretch wrapping.
nVenia, A Duravant Company
Under the Arpac and Hamer Brands, nVenia offers a range of conventional and robotic palletizing solutions for a wide variety of primary and secondary package types and applications. Palletizers from Arpac include Arbot™pre-engineered robotic palletizing cell that automatically stacks and wraps pallets to exact specifications and Arbot-LT, a cost effective, pre-engineered, robotic palletizing cell. Hamer palletizing systems include semi-automatic robotic palletizer module (RPM), fully automatic robotic bag palletizers and the RPM Basic™, an entry level robotic palletizer, featuring the all new Yaskawa MPL-100II 5 axis robotic arm.
ONExia supplies turn-key robotic palletizing systems as turn-key solutions designed to meet the rates of today with flexibility to change with production demands. Systems include the PalletizUR collaborative palletizer with integrated cobot arm handling payloads to 18 lb. PalletizHD is ONExia’s heavy-duty palletizer with a 38-lb payload to handle heavy cases. Other systems include PalletizCRX, utilizing the new FANUC CRX cobot and a robotic gantry system that is custom-designed and built to integrate directly into new and existing packaging lines.
Schneider Packaging Equipment, a Pacteon Company, manufactures palletizers that incorporate FANUC robotics to create unique, flexible, and simple machines to meet the facility and production requirements of its customers. Schneider offers three main types of palletizing systems. The Robox modular palletizer, Schneider’s most economical palletizing unit, features a compact footprint and over 20 pre-configured floor plans for easy adaptation to changing layouts. Schneider also offers integrated palletizers for complex palletizing environments where multiple infeeds converge into a cell, requiring a customized approach. ESS Technologies, also part of the Pacteon Group, offers the Robotic Mini Pallet Cell incorporates a FANUC multi-axis robot with ESS-designed vacuum style end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) to create a compact, high performance palletizing cell for single or dual pallet configurations.
Pester USA Inc.
Pester works with end users to design palletizers using modular systems that comply with application requirements, with a focus on the pharmaceutical industry. Offering a diverse range of systems, from single-station palletizers to a fully automatic palletizing system with track and trace components. Featured systems include the PEWO-pal 5.2 Compact, a smart two-station palletizer designed to provide the maximum palletizing height on a very small footprint. The PEWO-pal 6.2 D20 is a two-station palletizer that is designed for simple integration into any line.
Quest Industrial, LLC
The Box Bot Series palletizing solution is available as a modular or skid-based solution with additional options available to produce countless solution possibilities. Modular engineering allows for quality control and complete flexibility in machine design for your application. No costly customization is required to meet requirements. Box Bot robotic palletizers feature a footprint starting at just 8’x10’ to fit into a standard truck.
Schneider Packaging Equipment Co., Inc.
Schneider palletizers incorporate FANUC robotics to create unique, flexible, and simple machines to meet the facility and production requirements of its customers. Schneider offers three main types of palletizing systems. The Robox modular palletizer, Schneider’s most economical palletizing unit, features a compact footprint and over 20 pre-configured floor plans for easy adaptation to changing layouts. Schneider also offers integrated palletizers for complex palletizing environments where multiple infeeds converge into a cell, requiring a customized approach. Schneider’s centralized palletizer solutions are scalable, offering the combined benefits of overall warehouse traffic reduction, best utilization of valuable space, increased uptime with reduced complexity, and the ability to meet changing demands as business grows.
Ska Fabricating supplies repalletizers for can line operations in a variety of configurations to match the speed, height and amount of automation required. All repalletizers can be ordered in half height or full height sizes. Semi-Auto repalletizers run up to 220 cans per minute depending on the conveyor size. The Full-Auto repalletizer runs at speeds up to 600 cans per minute. All palletizers can be used with full height or custom height palletizing equipment depending on location and ceiling height.
SMI USA Inc
SMI’s automatic palletizing systems of two-Cartesian-axis fixed-column robotic palletizers includes the APS ERGON series, designed to match packaging solutions according to the specific needs of end users. Palletizing systems help streamline the end-of-line operations of countless industrial sectors: beverages, food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, detergents, glass, paper and many more.
Statera designs, builds, and supports value priced, configurable robotic palletizing cells in semi-automatic and fully automatic configurations. The configure-on-demand RP-X design concept combined with a wide range of options offer customers options to create a palletizing cell that aligns with your requirements and fits into line layouts without costly customized engineering. RP-X palletizing cells are available with either ABB or FANUC robotics and Statera’s Drag & Drop pallet building user interface that eliminates the need for skilled programmers.
TOPS Software offers software for packaging design, pallet layout, truck loading, cubing, container loading, and cargo load optimization. Featured products include TOPS Pro, which helps users easily determine the optimum package size, product quantity, arrangement and pallet layout and configuration. MaxLoad Pro is a space optimization program for mixed SKU cargo load planning. Accurate container and truck loads are planned with intelligent loading algorithms utilizing extensive stacking rules, vehicle specific characteristics, loading priorities, etc. to optimize the placement of mixed products into containers, vehicles, and pallets.
Verbruggen Palletizing Solutions
Verbruggen Palletizing offers palletizing solutions that handle any product customers need to stack, from potatoes, onions and carrots to bags of rice, flour and pet food as well as boxes or crates with smaller vegetables. The VPM Series of palletizers offers various options in capacity, speed and units to stack (bags, boxes, crates). Range of systems includes various automatic and semi-automatic palletizers, offering precise product stacking capabilities at any speed. Featured machines include the VPM 7-14 palletizer designed to stack bags from 12 to 40 bags/min., with a high-speed option that stacks up to 70 bags/min.
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