Industrial automation has become very convenient in recent years, with robotic solutions from Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd. The supplier offers robotic arms, or “cobots”, by Universal Robots (UR) – and these devices are even easier to use with Pickit’s three-dimensional vision solutions. Pickit 3D cameras enable users to guide cobots to pick and place many products, boosting productivity and speed profoundly.
Three camera models available
Many manufacturing operations require workers to order, place, and pick objects of different shapes, materials, and sizes and feed many of them into machines or processes. This has often been a difficult task to automate, even with UR’s great robot solutions, due to imperfect vision. Pickit’s 3D cameras are the perfect choice for this issue, offering a superior user experience.
This plug-and-play solution consists of the camera and easy-to-use 3D picking software, ready to run on any dedicated industrial processor. The user can start automating immediately, whether the application is bin picking, pallet unloading, machine loading, or any other pick-and-place task. The camera and software work together with the cobot to detect the three-dimensional position, orientation, and dimensions of every object.
Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd. offers three different off-the-shelf models of these Pickit products. All three include all the required tools to set up a vision-guided robotic application, such as state-of-the-art 3D vision software pre-installed on an industrial processor and a capable 3D camera. These three versions are the following:
To see how these unique 3D cameras work, watch this video:
This Pickit product is an elegant solution for any pick-and-place application. Customers can begin using it in just one day.
To learn more, contact Advanced Motion & Controls Ltd.