Robotics integrator QComp Technologies Inc. is rolling out an automated system that it says helps reduce picking and packing labor.
The robot packs cases in horizontal and vertical package configurations and is billed as a fast and flexible system featuring a robot with integrated vision.
The system is designed to minimize labor-intensive picking and packing tasks and handle the newest package designs including stand-up pouches, according to a news release.
“The High Speed Pick & Pack system was designed to provide manufacturers with the ultimate flexibility to accommodate multiple new packaging designs,” Tom Doyle, QComp’s president, said in the release. “The system will reduce production costs and is ideal for case packing, tray filling, stand up pouches, bags, packs and more.”
The system is available with a six-axis robot and stainless steel for washdown applications, according to the release.
Providing automation solutions for a variety of industries, QComp designs and builds automated robotic manufacturing cells and materials handling systems.
Founded in 1990, Greenville, Wis.-based QComp also operates sales and services offices in Milwaukee and Wausau, Wis.