roTeg PARO robots deliver performance, versatility and lower total cost of ownership for palletising applications.
The roTeg PARO is a highly versatile robot that can be readily adapted to new tasks. The modular design allows a swap-over of gripping tools for different applications, while both the horizontal ground axis and the vertical axis can be exchanged by modules of different effective lengths without any difficulty, enabling your robot to grow or shrink as future requirements dictate.
The complete machine is designed for long life and is also suitable for adverse conditions. All moving parts are zero or very-low maintenance, with all standard service operations able to be performed by your own maintenance staff.
Custom gripping systems
The roTeg PARO features a standardised and universally applicable gripper flange to which the entire range of roTeg grippers can be mounted, as well as 3rd-party grippers.
By allowing for virtually any gripper type to be fitted, roTeg robots are perfectly designed to handle any of the unique challenges your palletising process may have.
roTeg’s own range of grippers includes single and multiple grippers as well as advanced multifunctional grippers.
roTeg PARO robots can be easily integrated with ancillary equipment such as pallet magazines or pallet conveyors to create a complete solution for your needs. This allows for a high degree of automation and therefore a higher degree of output and productivity.
Reynolds Group can integrate the roTeg PARO into a complete end-of-line solution that includes labelling systems, printers, scanners, inspection systems and integration to your ERP/MES system to fully ensure the quality of your production and fully automate your end-of-line.
The modular structure of the roTeg PARO is a breakthrough concept itself, that allows for the placement of several pallets in a row.
All roTeg robots can be extended at any time, by adding or exchanging single modules for different handling. For example, a robot can be individually extended or altered to handle two to ten pallet spaces.
There are also no limits to the palletising height as the lifting axis can be adapted to the desired palletising height.
At the other end of the scale, the compact design of the roTeg robot also means it’ is well suited for low ceiling heights and can operate in confined spaces.