FANUC America's line of industrial robots for high-speed pick and place applications is the most robust in the industry, including a variety of robot models in multiple size and payload classes to handle nearly any manufacturing application.
The high speed robotic grouping system seen here includes the super fast and agile FANUC M-1iA/0.5SL long-arm Delta Robot seen on the right, and FANUC's versatile and compact LR Mate 200iD robot on the left. This demonstration shows just how quickly and efficiently these two robots can pick and group randomly oriented parts from a conveyor.
First, FANUC's new M-1iA/0.5SL four-axis Delta Robot uses FANUC iRVision to pick random batteries from an inbound conveyor and arrange them in defined group patterns or lanes using FANUC's iRPickTool software. FANUC iRPickTool simplifies setup for line tracking systems and minimizes programming for customers with picking applications. Next, the FANUC LR Mate 200iD mini-robot picks the entire group pattern and places it on an outbound conveyor. The batteries are circulated from the outbound conveyor back to the inbound, and the cycle repeats.