Adept Technology Inc. has launched the Hornet 565, a new parallel robotic with a six.6-lb payload potential. Featuring high-velocity select-and-spot abilities, the Hornet 565 gives simplicity of deployment and innovative effectiveness appropriate for packaging apps.
Adept’s controls are completely embedded into the base of the robotic, saving valuable flooring area and lowering installation fees and complexity. The Hornet 565 capabilities a hygienic design and style that minimizes contamination pitfalls, which includes a typical IP65 ranking and corrosion-resistant supplies for effortless washdown.
The Hornet is part of Adept’s finish robotic packaging line that incorporates integrated large-velocity conveyor tracking, highly effective vision assistance, and straightforward-to-use application software designed specifically for the packaging market. The robot can also be programmed directly from a PLC, reducing teaching and deployment time by working with common ladder logic programming languages.
The devices supply induction sealing integrity examination for a hundred% of bottles with out packaging line slowdown, by executing inspection by means of the shut cap, devoid of actual physical speak to in an completely passive, nondestructive trend.
I²VS Lite utilizes the same dynamic thermal imaging technological innovation as the initial I²VS and, in terms of equally machines’ key purpose of induction seal inspection and analysis, is equivalent to its predecessor.