Robot Palletising

Robot Palletising

Our robot palletising capabilities are spread across a wide variety of business sectors and are designed to work in line with our customer’s specific needs. From totes and boxes, drums and sacks, Trays and Jigs we have a robot palletising solution for all handling requirements.

Our palletiser systems range from the manufacture and supply of single robot cells to complete production lines using multiple robots that compliment LAC’s extensive range of products. These integrate seamlessly with our conveyor, automation, AMR, Skypod, and ASRS solutions, ensuring we can provide the complete warehouse package.

We are able to implement specialist systems to strap, wrap, check, weigh and automatically print and apply labels to complete our robot palletising solutions. These systems are modular in design and can be configured to work with our shuttle cars, turntables and pallet de-stackers offering larger-scale solutions that can be run with minimal operator interaction.

  • Systems configured using a variety of mainstream robot manufacturers, including ABB, Fanuc, Kawasaki, Kuka, Yaskawa
  • Integration with specialist equipment, wrappers, strappers automated label application and barcode scanning
  • Bespoke robot gripper solutions designed to perform single or multiple picking tasks with consideration in handling heavy or fragile product
  • Integration with LAC standard solutions including infeed/outfeed conveyors, shuttle cars, pallet de-stackers
  • Easy to use operator interface offering full control for modifying/monitoring of the robot cell via HMI
  • LAC utilises sophisticated 3D robot simulation software to help develop low risk solutions providing a 3D visualisation of space and cycle time analysis

Why Choose LAC For Robot Palletising

Great Technology
Our customers benefit from our proven technologies and extensive ever evolving product portfolio, enhanced using our innovative software solutions, ensures we deliver a robust, future-proof system.
Tailored Solutions
Our solutions are tailored to your business’s specific needs. Utilising our long-standing wealth of knowledge and market intelligence ensures the final solution works in sync with your production requirements.
Professionally Delivered Projects
Our multi-skilled, professional and experienced engineering team will clearly identify your business requirements, define the right solution for you and deliver an industry leading, high-performing solution.
Service & Aftercare
You are in safe hands. Our services do not stop following project realisation. We offer various levels of after care and maintenance packages to preserve the value of your system.

Robot Palletising FAQs

Robot palletising is when industrial robots are utilised to to place and stack goods onto a pallet for transportation. Different types of robots can be used for palletising. Typically, this method is used for the speedy transportation of heavy, bulky items. Robot palletising differs from other forms of automated palletising as it provides much more controls over the way that a pallet is arranged.
When used for the right application, robot palletising is an extremely cost effective solution. This is largely due to its flexibility and ability to handle mixed-case pallets. Robot palletising is ideal in the following situations: When flexibility and speed in changeover is required When you need to palletise multiple products at the same time When you are palletising multiple shifts per day If you’d like to learn more about the cost savings of robot palletising for your business, get in touch with our team today.
When we discuss robot palletising, you might have an image in your head of robot arms placing large boxes or bulky items onto pallets. While it can be used for this application, this is not always the case. In reality, robot palletising is not only for large, heavy items. Nor is it only for placing items onto large wooden pallets. Palletising can be done on any scale, as is appropriate for your business requirements, and items can be placed onto any surface.
Any item or product that can be stably stacked onto a surface can be palletised with a robot. Some of the most common examples are: Any item or product that can be stably stacked onto a surface can be palletised with a robot. Some of the most common examples are: Closed top RSC cases(taped or glued), Trays or open-top cases, Bags, Pails, and Manufactured parts in dunnage.
Typically speaking, a single arm robot palletiser can manage 1-4 products at the same time. However, with gantry style robots or articulated robots on a rail, this capacity increases to 5-20+ products at a time.
There are a number of different industries in which robot palletising is used to improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Some of the most common are: consumer goods manufacturing, durable goods manufacturing, and food processing.