Category Archives: Robotic Packing

Robotic Packing industry News from Remtec – integrator of robotic palletizing, automated packaging, and Certified Servicing Integrator for Fanuc Robotics.

Remtec Sets the Table for Efficiency in Paper Dinnerware Packing Application

When a manufacturer of paper dinnerware products needed to improve productivity and efficiency in their packaging process, Remtec was able to meet the challenge with an innovative multi-robot system performing several processes. The solution designed by Remtec is an end-of-line system for case packing and palletizing packages of paper plates and bowls. The system consists […]

Remtec Meets Challenges in Candy Pouch Picking Application

Remtec has developed applications that improve productivity and accuracy for many types of operations using advanced picking robot systems from FANUC. A great example is the M-3iA 4-axis Robot, which is being used in this application for the picking of randomized pouches of candy and placing them into buckets on a continuous infeed conveyor. This […]

Remtec’s Integrated Case Packing and Palletizing System

Remtec’s Robotic Case Packaging and Palletizing System is a complete End-of-Line Solution, capable of packing individual items or entire product layers at rates up to 25 cases per minute. This fully automated packaging system includes the case erector, conveyors, robotic case loader, case sealer, and case palletizer. The system can be designed to handle products […]

Packing Robots

Whether you are packing cartons in cases, pouches in cases, or products in trays, Remtec packing robots can greatly improve the speed and flexibility of you packaging operation. But the robot is only part of the story. All of Remtec’s packing robots feature highly reliable Lantech case erectors and sealers, which are available in a […]

Picking Robots

Remtec’s state of the art picking robot systems utilize high-speed parallel-link robots (sometimes called “spider robots”), along with robot vision and high speed line tracking.  Together, these technologies allow randomly oriented products to be picked and placed at rates up to 150 ppm.  In systems that involve multiple picking robots, the rates are accordingly higher. […]