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Healthy, satisfied employees, increased efficiency, flexibility, and sustainability - regardless of the industry, the reasons are always the same that give cause to a higher degree of automation in handling tasks. German Best Handling Technology was able to achieve all of this for its customer, a leading logistics service provider, with a suction cup equipped Kenos® area gripper.
Looking for a flexible, easy to integrate, plug-and-play solution to handle picking and packing of items into boxes in their fulfilment center DCL Logistics based in Fremont, CA, resorted to an UR 10e robot combined with Piab’s piCOBOT® vacuum gripper.
Wouldn’t conveying more material at the same time, with less requirements on operator skills and saving on energy costs sound great? If so, check out Piab’s newest edition to its premium conveyor series.
As a part of our ambition to expand our global portfolio, we at Piab are thrilled to present the launch of our Vacuplus ejectors, geared to cater for low to mid-range applications that cannot compromise on ejector performance.
Piab is proud to introduce a new series of automotive suction cups which address the applications within body shop and part assembly as well as low/medium speed press lines. These new cups add to a now complete program, all in all 22 new cups.
With a single gripper consisting of four B75 silicon suction cups by Piab, Robotecnik designed and manufactured a palletising robot to handle efficiently the end-of-line operations of Banca d'Italia.
System integrator Umbra Control chose Piab's Kenos® KCS gripper, in a special version with four suction cups, to accurately and efficiently handle Meccanotecnica Umbra's end-of-line pick and place operations for the production of seals for the automotive industry.
Polmlek Raciaz, a Polish producer of various milk-based products faced a problem of breaking granules during the transfer of instant milk within its process. In Piab’s piFLOW®p vacuum conveyor they found the solution they were searching for. Equipped with an ejector with a high vacuum flow, they were able to adjust the speed to maintain the granules as planned.
While palletizing cartons is a regular automation application, doing so from a cold room that is regularly hosed with water to stay clean is a specific challenge. Motion Controls Robotics overcame these by using vacuum technology from Piab supplied by Neff Group Distributors.
Packaging cheese blocks vacuum-wrapped in film represents a major challenge for process automation. With the help of Piab’s piGRIP® configurable suction cups and high-performance vacuum ejectors, the machine and plant manufacturer TGW Robotics GmbH has developed a gripper that ensures a stable process.
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