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Gantry robot

gantry robot
gantry robot
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Number of axes
4-axis, 3-axis
handling, palletizing, depalletizing, stacking

Min.: 10 kg (22.046 lb)

Max.: 50 kg (110.231 lb)


0.2 mm (0.00787 in)


Parker's Pallet Handling Gantry Robots automate the orientation, moving and stacking of packages on pallets and offer the option of either a suction or KLT-gripper. Suitable for loads up to 50kg, 600mm x 400mm boxes and travels of up to 7.3m x 3m x 2m Parker's standardised pallet handling robots are specially designed for moving and stacking crates, both cardboard and plastic minimizing cost and installation time. They are equipped with three linear actuators (X-, Y- and Z-axis) and an optional additional rotation axis (C-axis), plus a gripper capable of moving loads weighing up to 50kg. Linear actuators with timing belt drive have been used successfully for years and their long service life ensures reliability. A telescopic Z-axis minimises the vertical space required for the pallet handling robot. The optional C-axis makes it possible to rotate about the vertical axis, thus allowing for reorientation of individual packages and boxes - this offers numerous advantages, for example the full surface area of a standard pallet can be optimally used with cartons or boxes of different dimensions loaded in combination. All drive elements of the pallet handling robots are suitable for operation in clean environments - this is particularly useful for manufacturing enterprises in the pharmaceutical, food and luxury item industries. Markets: • Factory Automation • Miscellaneous Manufacturing • Packaging Machinery • Pharma • Food and Beverage


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.