Pick and Place robots are becoming more commonly used in modern production environments due to robotic innovations which have provided new application opportunities and benefits. Pick and place robots help tackle repetitive work, offering a number of benefits such as reduced RSI risk for operators, increased production rates and consistency within product quality.
Pick and place robots can be both basic and advanced, with applications ranging from the moving of material from one predefined location to another, to vision based bin picking to locate parts which may vary in orientation, colour, size or shape.
Robots can be equipped with an undefined number of tooling solutions, from market ready tools to bespoke tooling options. Providing the item being picked is within the reach and payload capabilities of the robot, there will likely be a solution.