Collection cycles, again at a speed much higher than what an operator could do, as can be seen in the following video. Although we may think that these applications are limited to use in mechanical manufacturing production processes such as metal parts or rigid materials, we must broaden the horizon of these processes. We can see pick and place applications with robots in all sectors, even in the food sector where strict hygiene standards and traceability control are also required. Specifications of handling robots in order to carry out a good
implementation of a pick and place robot, we must know what are the specifications to take into account of this equipment to apply to the production process that we want to adapt. Needs and time reduction: the primary measure of production for this e commerce photo editing facility will be the number of products it can handle per minute. Minimizing runs in the rest area and keeping the height as low as possible entails a significant increase in the ratio of products per minute managed. Pick and place palletized process selection of robot variables: for a correct robot selection we must know at least the following variables of use in this production environment. The total load that the claw admits. The possible trajectories. The work space, both in work plane and height.
Placement accuracy. Synchronism with other elements, such as conveyor belts. Cycles per minute to determine the speed of the robot and feasibility to achieve the required production. Components of a pick & place system with robot we must distinguish between three fundamental parts such as: the arm with the claw, the vision system and the controller. Claw: the handling claw is one of the most important elements and of which there are several types depending on the product to be picked up. There is a large number of final tools to be implanted in a robot arm depending