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Pick & Place Robots

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  • Fanuc Robotics North America,Inc.

    FANUC Robotics America designs and manufactures high-speed product picking robots capable of continuously picking products at speeds of up to 120 cycles per minute while using visual line tracking. The robots are designed to handle primary food and packaged products, and are also used in food washdown environments.

  • Motoman, Inc.

    Yaskawa Motoman manufactures a line of material handling robots including 16 series of pick and place robots that can be floor-, wall-, shelf-, or ceiling-mounted. The robots feature payloads from 2 kg to 800 kg and are available with four to 15 axes of motion, including dual-arm robots.

  • ABB

    ABB designs and manufactures pick and place robots used to handle confectionery & baked goods, frozen food, ice cream, cheese, meat & fish, and pet food as well as medical products, perfume & shampoo bottles. The robots feature handling capacities of 1 kg, 3 kg, 6 kg, & 8.5 kg with working ranges/reach of 800 mm, 1130 mm, 1600 mm, 810 mm, 1.2 m, & 1.45 m.

  • Adept Technology, Inc.

    Adept Technology Inc. manufactures SCARA robots, parallel robots, and linear module robots for pick and place applications. The parallel pick and place robots feature 4 axes, inverted mounting, and a maximum payload of 6 kg. The SCARA robots feature a maximum payload of 5.5 kg and reach of 600 mm. The linear module robots features 1 to 4 axes and payload up to 160 kg.

  • BMH Robotics

    BMH Robotics engineers high speed pick and place robots with throughput that can reach up to 200 products per minute and vision that can identify 100 or more products per second on a moving conveyor. The robots are used in the food and beverage, life sciences, packaged goods, and electronics industries for assembly, inspection and quality control, packaging, and sorting applications.

  • Computer Age Engineering

    Computer Age Engineering integrates pneumatic and hydraulic-powered pick and place robots into clients' machine tending systems. The pick and place robots are manufactured by FANUC Robotics.

  • Kawasaki Robotics (USA), Inc.

    Kawasaki Robotics Inc. manufactures pick and place robots for material handling systems. The various robots feature minimum reach ranging from 700mm to 3734mm, with minimum payloads of 3kg, 5kg, 6kg, 10kg, 20kg, 30kg, 50kg, 80kg, 100kg, 130kg, 165kg, 200kg, 300kg, 350kg, 400kg, 420kg, 500kg, and 700kg.

  • KUKA Robotics Corp.

    Kuka Robotics Corp. designs and manufactures industrial pick and place robot types including small robots, low payload robots (5 kg to 16kg), medium payload robots (30 kg to 60 kg), high payload robots (80 kg to 300 kg), heavy-duty robots (300 kg to 1300 kg), and special robot models.

  • PRI Robotics Inc

    PRI Robotics Inc. integrates pick and place assembly robots into various material handling systems. The robots feature repeatability of plus or minus .003 and consistent throughput.

  • RobotWorx

    RobotWorx distributes pick and place robots manufactured by ABB, FANUC, Motoman, Kuka, OTC, Panasonic, Nachi, Comau, Mitsubishi, & Adept. The various robots feature payloads from 1 kg to 500 kg, depending on model and manufacturer, with reach ranging from 653 mm to 3000 mm.

  • Yamaha Robotics

    Yamaha Robotics manufactures six pick and place robot models that feature 2 to 4 axes, and high speed operation of 0.45 second cycle time. The robots also feature high precision of plus or minus 0.02 mm.

  • Buckeye Machine Fabricators, Inc.

    Buckeye Machine Fabricators Inc. designs and integrates pick and place robots for various production processes including simple redirection or conveyor operations.

  • Cornerstone Automation Systems, LLC

    Cornerstone Automation Systems manufactures and integrates pick and place robot work cells into material handling systems. The robots are designed to perform repetitive picking and placing tasks within production and laboratory facilities.

  • PSA Robotics

    PSA Robotics integrates pick and place robotic systems that are built around a multi-axis ABB-brand robot.

  • Robotic Turnkey Solutions

    Robotic Turnkey Solutions is an integrator of pick and place robots within material handling systems. The robots are designed to pick up to 220 units per minute and can be interchanged to provide for multiple applications.

  • CAMotion, Inc.

    CAMotion provides automation solutions for a variety of industries. Products include pick-and-place robot systems, palletizing and depalletizing machines, and advanced crane control, including crane automation, collision avoidance, and anti-sway. CAMotion automation systems are engineered to operate faster, lighter, more precise, and less costly than conventional solutions.

  • Price Engineering Co. Inc.

    Price Engineering is a supplier of industrial pick and place robotic systems from a variety of manufacturers.