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Cobot Palletizing

See Our Palletizing Machines In Action

Take a look at the Cross automated palletizing system loading boxes onto a pallet from a manual conveyor system setup. Our palletizers are configurable to work in a range of settings, have dual pallet capability, and can be easily moved when necessary. This solution is based on a robotic arm used to create a fully collaborative case palletizer.

Revolutionize Your Palletizing Process with Cobot Palletizers

Optimizing efficiency and productivity is essential for industrial operations to maintain any competitive advantages. One area that has proven notoriously ineffective is manual palletizing. The good news is that, with the right technology, this is also an area where companies and industrial operations can achieve significant improvements and quick ROI.

Traditional palletizing involves manual labor, moving boxes from one place to another. This is time-consuming, labor-intensive, prone to errors, and a difficult position to staff. Collaborative robot palletizers are the solution to this problem.

Cobot palletizing can increase your productivity, efficiency, and throughput by allowing robots to handle the palletizing process. With extremely high precision and efficiency, cobots can work alongside human operators. This helps operations streamline processes, reduce labor costs, efficiently allocate labor, and achieve consistent pallet configurations.

Quick ROI

Increased efficiency

Higher productivity

Greater quality control

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Collaborative Robot Palletizing Solutions

In today’s industrial manufacturing landscape, optimizing your production process to more efficiently meet tight deadlines or production quotas is rapidly becoming the standard. Further, production processes also need to take into account competitor activity. If you’re not taking advantage of cutting-edge industrial automation technologies, you may be putting your operation at risk of being out-paced by your competition.

At Cross Company Automation, we want to make sure that doesn’t happen. Our collaborative robot palletizers (or “cobots”) have been game-changers for many of our customers. These versatile machines are able to work alongside human workers. This allows industrial operations to enhance productivity, safety, and overall efficiency through the collaborative nature of these palletizers.

Unlike traditional industrial robots that are confined to restricted areas or cages, cobots are equipped with advanced sensors and other software that allows them to detect and even respond to the presence of human workers. This allows for a close collaboration between humans and robots. If this sounds like something that could benefit your operation, we’d love to hear about it. Cross has provided palletizing solutions through collaborative robots to many, many operations throughout the industrial world. And we can do it for your operation, too.

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Calculate Your ROI

Robots only make sense in an application that provides a return on investment. See how much a robotic palletizing application can save your operation over time with our ROI calculator.

Benefits of Collaborative Robot Palletizers

There are a number of immediate and long-term benefits to implementing a Cross Company palletizing cobot solution. Some of these benefits include

Improved Efficiency

Cobot palletizers are able to work at a consistent speed with high precision. This eliminates the variations and potential errors that are associated with manual palletizing. Collaborative robots are able to palletize quickly and accurately, leading to increased throughput and improved productivity.

Enhanced Safety

Safety is always a top concern in any manufacturing environment. Cobot palletizers are designed to work alongside human operators without the need for additional safety fencing or barriers. This reduces the risk of accidents or injuries while also automating a task that could cause them.

Space Optimization

Many palletizing systems require significant floor space due to the necessity of large-scale equipment. However, cobot palletizers have a compact footprint, allowing for more efficient use of floor space. They can be easily integrated into existing production lines, optimizing space utilization.

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Features of Cross Company Cobot Palletizers

When it comes to implementing automation for palletizing, it’s crucial to go with the right company. Cross Automation has the expertise, experience, and technology to provide you with an automation solution designed for your operation. Other ways Cross can add value to your operation include

Industry Expertise – At Cross, we have extensive experience with automation solutions across a wide range of industries. We understand the unique challenges of different sectors. And that allows us to develop custom collaborative palletizing solutions that can deliver optimal results. Whether it’s for manufacturing, logistics, food & beverage, consumer products, or any other industry, Cross can help.

Comprehensive Solutions – We work directly with all of our customers from concept to completion. That means from initial consultations to designs to programming to installation, we’re working with you. Our skilled engineers and automation experts work closely with our customers to ensure they’re getting a solution that maximizes productivity and efficiency.

Quality Equipment – Through our strategic partnerships with industry-leading manufacturers, we’re able to provide high-quality products to our customers. We carefully evaluate and source equipment to ensure that our customers are getting a high-performance solution that’s able to fully meet their palletizing needs.

CoPallet Specifications

Specifications are a guideline only – system capabilities can vary by application – contact us to evaluate your application today.

Max Payload:

  • With standard EOAT: 18kg / 40lbs
  • Max Total (including EOAT): 20kg / 44lbs

Max Stack Height (Including Pallet):

96″

Minimum Box Size:

6″

Cycles Per Minute:

9

Max Pallet Size:

40×48″

Infeed Conveyor Length:

Varies

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SKU Selection

Is Automation Right for Your Process?

Answer a few simple questions and find out! We’ll send a copy of your inputs to help build the case for automation, and determine ROI for automating parts of your operation.

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Why Cross Cobot Palletizing?

Collaborative robot palletizers can be revolutionary for industrial operations looking to optimize their palletizing process. Through improved efficiency, greater safety, increased versatility, and a new level of scalability, cobot palletizers can provide operations with a distinct competitive advantage while also providing a relatively quick ROI.

Working with Cross Company for your cobot palletizing solutions provides you with access to industry-leading expertise, concept to completion service, top-quality components, seamless integration, and world-class customer service. And those are just a few of the reasons why so many industrial operations choose to work with Cross again and again.

Experience the benefits of automated palletizing and unlock greater productivity and efficiency in your business. Contact Cross Company today to discuss your palletizing needs and start the process today.

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