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Videos show a variety of applications where case packing is automated as a stand alone system or integrated with other automation processes.

Case Packing

Case Packing

The process starts with in-line case erecting of new or recycled boxes that are quickly case packed using a six-axis robot, packed cases move through to a bundler for strapping. Cases are then palletized based on a specific pallet pattern.

System for Bottles

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This robotic case packing system is for a customer in the food and beverage industry. The whole process is automated by using an additional case erector and a case taper.

Robotic Packaging & Packing

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This end of line robotic packaging assembly and case packing system is a perfect example of the type of repetitive motion activities robots were designed to do.

Picking, Packing & Palletizing

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Robot integrated into a Combi Packaging system to pack cases and then palletize them in the same cell saving floor space.

Layered Case Packing

Case Packing

Robotic case packing cell uses two food grade, five axis LR Mate robots to pack dip cups. One robot places a slip sheet into a waiting case while the second robot places a full layer of dip cups from the filling line into the case.

Bag Case Packing

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This robotic case packing cell uses a LR Mate robot to pack products that are wrapped in plastic into cases.

Plastic Bottles - Options

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Single line case packer showing vertical, horizontal and inverted pack patterns.

Case Erecting/Palletizing

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FANUC M710 case erector robot erects and places cases on products as they pass in-line heading towards a FANUC M410 robot which palletizes the products and sends full pallets off to be strech wrapped.

Case Packing System

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A case packing cell with the flexibility of ergonomic hand packing and automatic robotic pick and place case packing.

SUBTA

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SUBTA (Stand Up Bottle Take Away) is a pre-engineered robotic system designed for PET blow-molded bottle handling. Motion Controls Robotics has the largest installed base of SUBTA robotic systems throughout the country, with many satisfied repeat customers. The company has developed SUBTA systems for most major molding machines including Nissei and Aoki.

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