Articulated Arm Robots/SCARA(23 companies)
Articulated arm or SCARA robots feature rotary joints that allow them to rotate, bend, swivel, revolve, and move forward or backward on multiple axes, capable of handling a variety of payloads.
ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation
ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation manufactures a wide range of delta, collaborative robots (cobots), SCARA, mobile robots for a variety of packaging and processing applications. Featured robots include the IRB 390 FlexPacker delta robot is designed for fast, high payload picking and packing in packaging applications. The unit features rapid changeover times that accompany the growth of low volume, high mix production to respond to the revolution of new consumer demands and to address the rising demand for Shelf Ready (SRP) and Retail Ready packaging (RRP).
Cavanna Packaging USA
Cavanna's CARTESIO robotics division manufactures compact robotic solutions including the G41 model for end of line applications.
Combi Packaging Systems LLC
As a FANUC Authorized System Integrator, Combi has the expertise to design robotic applications for a range of robotic packaging solutions including robotic pick-and-place packing stations, robotic palletizing and robotic random case erecting, with the ability to customize and change out recipe.
Delta Electronics Americas
The Delta Electronics Industrial Automation product technology portfolio includes SCARA robotic arms and controls for applications like 3D dispensing, case packing, conveyor tracking pick-n-place and random bin sorting. Developed for industrial rated speeds and accuracies, Delta's robot technology is designed specifically for automated assembly, machine tending, and packaging markets. With patents in controls, joint design, and hardware extensions, these 5-axis SCARA arms displace traditional 6-axis vertical articulated arm mechanisms to increase speeds and reduce overall cost for its customers.
Epson America, Inc., Epson Robotics
Epson America manufactures SCARA robots with payloads from 1 to 20kg and reach of up to 1 meter. Supporting cleanroom, IP, and electrostatic discharge for challenging environments, Epson’s SCARA and 6-axis articulated arm robots have up to 1.4 meter reach. New, all-in-one robot family is designed for ease of use and fast installation, coming with a built-in controller and running on 110- or 220-volt power.
FANUC America Corporation
FANUC offers a wide range of specialty industrial robots, computer numerical control (CNC) machines, and related robotics products. FANUC’s robot offering is vast, including articulated robots, delta robots, SCARA robots, collaborative robots (cobots) for industries ranging from electronics and food and beverage to medical and pharmaceutical. Robotics can be customized for diverse, specialty applications from material removal to assembly, dispensing and sealing, palletizing, part transfer, customized robots for pick and pack or pick and place, and much more.
IASE Co., Inc.
IASE designs and develops customized robotic packaging solutions for a wide range of applications, including cartoning and case packing. IASE designs and integrates robotics assembled from high-quality modules for maximum flexibility, multiple product capability, and gentle product handling.
Kawasaki Robotics USA is a supplier of a wide range of industrial articulated arm, collaborative, and delta robots used in palletizing, depalletizing, material handling, pick and place, case packing and other packaging and processing applications. Featured amongst Kawasaki’s product line of hundreds of robots is the RD080N, designed specifically for applications where a compact, high-speed, palletizing robot is required. Despite its slim space saving design, the RD080N can manipulate loads up to 80 kg and create pallet stacks over seven feet tall. The unique 5-axis design of the robot enables it to be floor or ceiling mounted.
Omron Automation Americas
Omron’s robotic solutions make integration easy by bringing control, safety, motion and other requirements together in a single software architecture and development environment. Omron offers a complete range of industrial robots from parallel, articulated and SCARA robots to collaborative and mobile technologies.
Pattyn North America, Inc.
Pattyn North America developed Argorobot, a unique and patented robotized technology to pick up artisan bread products and fragile pastry products mechanically or by using vacuum cups. This packing and counting robotic solution allows dimensional quality control and packs many fragile products in boxes, designed for applications, requiring special treatment because of their shape, such as buns, ciabattas, fresh pizza dough, donuts, cakes, pies and more. The system optimizes the number of products in boxes requiring a special packaging pattern, selecting and packing only the products following end user quality requirements. Other features include 3D scanning to change the grip height, pick-up tools specifically designed for the bakery industry by Pattyn Bakery Division and a pick-up strategy that optimizes speed.
PMI KYOTO Packaging Systems
PMI Kyoto develops and integrates custom robotic solutions that are tailor-made for collation, product handling, case packing and robotic carton packaging applications. Company will integrate delta or six-axis packaging robots within its own cartoners and case packers for pick-and-place capabilities. PMI Kyoto also integrates with various robot manufacturers depending on the needs of the customer.
RND engineers, designs and manufactures robotic, packaging and assembly automation equipment and is an Authorized System Integrator for FANUC Robotics, a Platinum Level System Integrator for Epson Robotics and a Certified System Integrator for Universal Robots. Offering robotic automation options for any size manufacturer, RND offers a variety of packaging solutions for the medical device, pharma, and consumer product industries including robotic systems that handle roll-stock form/fill/seal, tray sealers, rigid blister sealers, thermoformers and leak testers, all custom-designed for the unique and demanding packaging applications of the end user.
RōBEX is a certified precision integrator that designs custom robotic systems that bring FANUC® industrial and collaborative robots together with MiR® and AutoGuide™ autonomous mobile robots and the advanced robotic vision systems of Plus One Robotics to improve efficiency, safety and reduce cost. RōBEX partners with packaging operations to develop automation solutions and custom robotic systems including robots, cobots, autonomous mobile robots for applications including depalletizing, palletizing, pick-and-place, and case packing and machine tending.
Schubert North America LLC
Schubert North America offers several highly specialized robots designed to handle many packaging applications. Highlights include the F2 robot, for carrying out applications for two-dimensional working fields such as erecting, filling and closing boxes. The F3 robot was developed to remove packaging materials from magazines, and features a three-axis design that allows for efficiency in carrying out tasks. The F4 robot is a four-axis pick-and-place robot which, in cooperation with the TLM Vision System, picks products from a continuously running product belt and groups them in a box, tray or on a Transmodul – a Schubert-built robot marketed as the world’s first transport robot for packaging machines. Other robots include the T4 and T5 robots, which are Delta robots developed specifically for performing packaging tasks in restricted spaces.
Shape Process Automation
Shape Process Automation offers robotic integration and automation for material handling, manufacturing and processing. Shape works with its customers to make material handling less tedious, labor-intensive, and ergonomically repetitive by optimizing production, improve efficiency, and promote operator safety through robotic automation.
Sourcelink Solutions, LLC
Sourcelink offers customized robotic systems for applications such as case packing and palletizing.
Stäubli Robotics is a leading international supplier of robotic solutions for industrial applications. Robots, ranging from SCARA and 6-axis industrial robots to cobots, mobile robot systems and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) systems, are used in food processing, pharmaceutical and material handling applications, among others. Featured robots include the HelMo mobile robot system, a fully autonomous machine with the ability to navigate a diverse array of working environments, gather its own materials and then carry out its work.
TDI Packsys offers a range of 3- and 4-axis robots to bring further automation to the pack-out process. With full integration and automation, robotic packing systems can handle product conveying, indexing, auto case erection, packing, case closing and robotic palletizing; lowering your costs and maximizing efficiency. Robotic packing systems from TDI Packsys can be used in a variety of applications and for nearly every aspect of the pack-out process. Robots place cartons or stand-up pouches upright in the shipping case/display and pack flat pouches or overwrapped products in cartons, cases or displays.
Universal Robots USA, Inc.
Universal Robots' family of collaborative robots offers five different payload options -- 3, 5, 12.5, 16 and 20 kg – enabling a wide variety of applications. And with six degrees of freedom, incredible flexibility, and easy integration into existing production environments, our collaborative robots are built to do more. Featured robots include the Universal Robots UR3e is an ultra-lightweight, compact collaborative industrial robot, designed for table-top applications. Its small footprint makes it ideal to be built directly inside machinery or in other tight workspaces. This cobot weighs only 24.3 lbs (11 kg), but has a payload of 6.6 lbs (3 kg).
WeighPack Systems Inc. / Paxiom
The PKR modular pick-and-place cells will automatically top-load product into cases or trays using either our Gantry or Delta Robot. Gantry Robot with X, Y, Z-axis functionality is designed for handling cans, bottles, jars, cartons and similar products while the Delta Robot is the packing solution for flexible bags and packages.
Whallon Machinery, Inc.
Whallon is an integrator of Fanuc and Fuji robots, specializing in robotic can and pail palletizing cells, as well as equipment for can and pail depalletizing, case palletizing and bag palletizing operations. With Whallon robotic integration, all electrical design, PLC programming, controls package, panel assembly, wiring, and testing are done in–house. Factory trained field service technicians and engineers from Whallon support all of the equipment in the robotic cell. Whallon can design and manufacture custom equipment for uncommon and unique floor plans as well.
Yaskawa America, Inc.
Yaskawa designs automation and industrial robot solutions for customers worldwide who need to increase efficiency, provide consistent quality, boost productivity and deliver outstanding ROI. Yaskawa supplies articulated arm, SCARA, delta, and mini robots controlled and programmed by IEC61131-3 and PLCopen standards. Featured robots with IEC include the MPP3 series arms handling payloads of up to 3 kg and featuring cycle times of up to 150 CPM using the IEC61131-3 and PLCopen programming standards. Other robots in Yaskawa’s vast line of industrial and collaborative robots include the MotoMini, which Yaskawa calls the “smallest 6-axis robotic arm in the industry,” designed for faster operation and reduced cycle time to boost productivity.
Yaskawa America, Inc., Motoman Robotics Division
Yaskawa Motoman offers picking and packing robot models compatible with simple-to-integrate controllers, robust vision and powerful software products for packaging applications. Systems are designed for high-speed picking, collating, part-transfer, singulation, sorting, packing and inspection applications. Several models of pick-and-place/pick-and-pack robot models are available, including serial-linked articulated arms with 5- or 6-degrees of freedom, delta-style parallel arms and high-speed SCARA arms.
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