Robotic systems have revolutionized the packaging industry by providing efficient, flexible, and precise automation solutions for primary, secondary, and tertiary packaging tasks. These systems use various types of robots, including articulated robots, delta robots, and cartesian robots, each tailored to specific packaging requirements. Let's explore how our robotic systems are applied in each packaging stage as a general common applications:

Primary Packaging:

Primary packaging involves directly enclosing the product, ensuring its protection, containment, and presentation for retail. Robotic systems play a vital role in primary packaging by performing tasks such as:

  • Pick and Place: Robots use vision systems and advanced grippers to pick products from conveyors and accurately place them into individual     containers or packaging trays.
  • Filling: Robots can accurately dispense liquid, powder, or solid products into containers, ensuring precise and consistent filling levels.
  • Sealing and Capping: Robots handle the sealing and capping process, ensuring secure closure and preventing leaks or contamination.
  • Labeling: Robotic systems apply labels with precision to individual packages, ensuring accurate product identification.

Secondary Packaging:

Secondary packaging involves grouping individual primary packages into larger units for shipping and retail display. Robotic systems excel in secondary packaging due to their speed and versatility in handling various package configurations. Tasks include:

  • Case Packing: Robots efficiently arrange primary packages into shipping cases, optimizing space utilization and ensuring proper orientation.
  • Carton Loading: Robotic systems load primary packages into cartons, optimizing carton filling and reducing product damage during transportation.
  • Tray Packing: Robots assemble product trays, placing primary packages inside, and facilitate shrink wrapping or overwrapping for enhanced protection.
  • Bundle     Packing: Robots create bundles of products, such as bottles or cans, with precision and consistency.

Tertiary Packaging:

Tertiary packaging involves the handling and transportation of larger units, like cases or pallets, for distribution and storage. Robotic systems contribute to tertiary packaging by performing tasks like:

  • Palletizing: Robots skillfully stack and arrange cases or primary packages onto pallets, optimizing load stability and maximizing space utilization.
  • Depalletizing: Robots efficiently unload products from pallets, ensuring a smooth transition to downstream processes.
  • Stretch Wrapping: Robotic systems apply stretch wrap to secure palletized loads, ensuring stability during transportation.
  • Unitizing: Robots assemble multiple pallets into larger units, creating a unified load for efficient warehousing and shipping.

Overall, robotic systems in primary, secondary, and tertiary packaging offer numerous advantages, including increased production speed, reduced labor costs, improved product quality, and enhanced safety. They also provide manufacturers with the flexibility to adapt to changing packaging requirements and diverse product lines. By integrating robotic solutions, you can elevate the efficiency and competitiveness of their automated packaging processes, delivering significant benefits.

Robotic arm placing products onto a moving conveyor belt


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