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Round the clock production and accurate traceability Dusseldorf – from 24 to 30 April 2008, the international packaging industry meets in Dusseldorf at the Interpack for Interpack. Complete solutions for the automatic packaging handling will be presented at the trade fair for packaging machinery and packaging materials. You should solve the problem of production bottlenecks caused by insufficient manpower. Here, according to industry experts, the use of robots can offer decisive advantages. \”From cost-optimized round around the clock production to to the flawless traceability with minimal effort: fully automated systems allow for increased production and bring more transparency to the process control\”, says Frank Falter of the technology manufacturer Bizerba. At Interpack, Bizerba presents in cooperation with the Finnish company Kine robot solutions the benefits of automated solutions. At the beginning of the whole system, a price labeller of GLM-I tagged Series of product packaging.

You then reach via a conveyor belt to the robot cell PackUnit. The lift arm with suction device picks up the packages and puts them in boxes. The system is designed for variable sizes and can be adapted according to the Bizerba very quickly on the needs of the production. The crates are transported on a conveyor belt to the palletising robot PalletUnit and stacked on a pallet. Also this function is designed for variable containers and pallet dimensions. The range itself is on a scale so that the labeller GLM-P finally can draw from the pallet weight.

These and similar solutions by Bizerba and Kine can be variably adapt to the specific requirements of the respective prospects. A simple connection to warehouse management systems is possible, as is the direct connection to scales, award – and packaging systems\”, explains falter. Service robots are managing SemanticEdge according to Lupo Pape in Berlin, not only the industry upside down. So is the Microsoft developers headed by Tandy Trower and Craig Mundie are working on robot-like devices for everyday use.