The use of a robotic palletizer has become the system of choice for manufacturers who require flexibility to deal with market and product changes.
TSM Houston understands this growing trend, and realizes that by placing a robot at the heart of your palletizing system, you get a quick, efficient device with minimal limitations.
If you haven't stayed up-to-date with the robotic palletizer market lately, now could be a good time for a refresher. While both conventional and robotic palletizers focus on the same objective—uniformly stacking cases, bags and other units on a wooden or plastic pallet in a prearranged pattern—they go about it quite differently.
The variation in their designs suggests that the advantage of conventional palletizers is speed, and for the robotic palletizer, it's flexibility. That said, a growing number of applications could go either way.
So, if conventional palletizers having the advantage in speed, where does a robotic palletizer fit in? Well, a robot works the best when you're running multiple products at lower rates. The robotic solutions normally fit lower-speed lines where the robotic palletizer must handle several lines simultaneously. Because of their generally smaller footprint, robotic solutions are also an option where floor space is at a premium.
And of course, as innovations continue and support (like that of TSM Houston) grows, speeds are increasing. The goal: total industrial automation.
In any case, an automated roboitc palletizer offers numerous new options for creating pallets and getting them shipped out in a hurry. So contact TSM Houston, and take the time to look at our robotic palletizer options and determine if they’re just what you’ve been looking for.