Making automating packaging processes in pick&place and in palletizing applications fast and easy, KeMotion Packaging from KEBA features convenient integration of robots, vision systems and conveyor belts as well as a comfortable configuration and rapid programming of the entire machine and robot application. The implemented factory support of 20 different robot types. Time-consuming learning of different robot programming languages is not required. The company’s KAIRO robot command set, with numerous ready-made command and configuration modules, allows easy and rapid programming of applications. It facilitates intuitive programming and simple integration of vision and tracking systems including 3D support. An off-line editor is also available. It is possible to carry out final optimizations directly on the robot using the convenient online teach-in function. The high-grade scalability of the entire hardware and software guarantees complete systems that are individually matched to user needs. Single and multiple axis applications conforming to PLC Open, to eightfold Multi-Robot Operation with maximum utilisation of the physical limits are supported. The integrated, dynamic robot model provides continuous, forward-thinking movement analyses for sequences at maximum speed. Occurring torques always remain below the allowed limit. This results in minimum cycle times as well as in extended durability of the robot mechanics. Palletizing cyclesare accelerated to 15 packages/minute. Both simple and complex packaging patterns are supported. Integration of any palletizing data format and the connectivity to databases allows rapid modification of palletizing patterns providing for flexible product changeovers. Up to 220 picks/minute are can be achieved (25/305/25 mm, 0.8 kg). A set up guide for robots, vision systems, and conveyor belts allows an easy system set up. Cognex InSight integration is already preinstalled ex works. Conveyor belts can be arranged completely according to free space and configuration of robot cells is possible without any restrictions.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz