Bin picking

Most 3D vision bin picking applications are complex and require vision consultants to program and set up the application.

Pick-it FLEX and TEACH vision engines can be used to find simple or complex parts in bins or boxes. Both vision engines offer the same tools to singulate parts from random bins.

Pick-it simply finds the position and orientation of parts in bins and allows you to select a bin collision prevention strategy so that certain unreachable parts are not sent to the bin picking robot for picking.

There is no more need for pre-defined part positions in trays or expensive feeder systems and conveyors.

Smart automated bin picking

A 1 step process for bin picking and orientation: combine fast cycle times & accurate drop offs.​

Bin picking with automatic collision prevention

A mixed bin with steel billets is emptied using Pick-it 3D robot vision.

Bin pick a Euro-pallet gitterbox with and ABB robot

A Euro-pallet size gitterbox with mixed cylindrical silentblocks is emptied by a retrofitted ABB robot.

Kuka liwa picks black pieces

Picking black cylinders from black boxes, only possible in 3D!

Stabuli robot picks various sized boxes

Pick-it 3D vision guides a Stabuli robot to pick various sized boxes from a mixed bin.

Bin picking metal parts with a Fanuc robot

Pick-it 3D camera detects the position and the orientation of the shaped metal parts.

Bin picking reflective black toner cassettes with a Fanuc robot

Fanuc LR Mate bin picking reflective black toner cassettes from a mixed bin.

Picking white bottles from random bin with an ABB robot

ABB picking white bottles from white bin. The bottles are overlapping randomly in 3D.

Sorting pineapple cans from a bin

Sorting pineapple cans from a bin. Reflective materials are easy for Pick-it.

Picking and sorting oranges

The Pick-it FLEX vision engine is easy to set up: just select the product shape and dimensions to be picked.

Bin picking and sorting at Automatica 2014

Pick-it FLEX bin picking at Automatica 2014. Various shapes are mixed randomly on a table.

 

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