pick & place application

  • which of the following applications are more common ? 4

    1. Packaging (4) 100%
    2. Assembly (0) 0%
    3. Bin picking (0) 0%
    4. Inspection (0) 0%
    1. Assembly – Pick and place robots used in assembly applications grab incoming parts from one location, such as a conveyor, and place or affix the part on another piece of the item. The two joined parts are then transported to the next assembly area.
    2. Packaging – Pick and place robots used in the packaging process grab items from an incoming source or designated area and place the items in a packaging container.
    3. Bin picking – Pick and place robots used in bin picking applications grab parts or items from bins. These pick and place robots typically have advanced vision systems allowing them to distinguish color, shape and size to pick the right items even from bins containing randomly mixed items. These parts or items are then sent to another location for assembly or packaging.
    4. Inspection – Pick and place robots used for inspection applications are equipped with advanced vision systems to pick up objects, detect anomalies and remove defective parts or items by placing them in a designated location.
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