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KR 240 R3200 PA

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    articulated

  • Number of axes:

    5-axis

  • Function:

    palletizing

  • Other characteristics:

    for heavy loads, self-learning

  • Payload:

    240 kg (529.109 lb)

  • Reach:

    3,195 mm (125.79 in)

  • Repeatability:

    0.06 mm (0.00236 in)

Description

Packaging and palletizing robots from KUKA
KUKA offers a comprehensive range of palletizing robots – for palletizing, depalletizing and packaging applications with payloads from 40 to 1,300 kilograms and reaches of up to 3,601 millimeters.
Opt for the fastest packaging and palletizing robots – and the widest range on the market: with our compact palletizing robots in the medium payload category, you are ideally equipped for the rapid stacking of europallets, cartons, boxes, bags, bottles. The KR QUANTEC PA robots in the Arctic version are our energy-efficient high-speed stackers in the high payload category: perfect for palletizing tasks in confined spaces. For very heavy payloads, our heavy-duty palletizers come into their own – the KR 1000 titan PA can lift loads weighing more than a tonne.
All models have a specially designed robot arm, the PC-based KR C4 robot controller and the KUKA smartPAD teach pendant.
Palletizing robots from KUKA: Your advantages
Powerful: The palletizing robots from KUKA are among the fastest palletizers on the market – while also offering utmost precision and repeatability. With their streamlined, lightweight design, KUKA palletizing robots achieve greater dynamic performance, shorter cycle times and higher throughput of stacking of boxes or bags.
Versatile: Our robotic palletizers come with a wide range of different payload capacities, reaches and special variants, ensuring that you will always find the right solution, no matter how challenging the palletizing task. All interfaces and energy supply systems are designed for versatility.