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Ultra Fast Robots Pick & Place Batteries to Form Group Patterns

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These manufacturing robots were built to organize parts on a conveyor belt, picking, placing, and grouping at high speed. Watch as the spindle-armed Delta Robot (right) and compact LR Mate 200iD robot (left) sort and move sets of four batteries with mesmerizing, seemingly-endless rhythm.

Chris Baird filmed the demo above at PackExpo 2014, but you can also see these robot partners explained in detail in this promo video by Fanuc America, below: Two Ultra Fast Robots Pick & Place Batteries to Form Group Patterns.


Mmmmmm… conveyor belts. Watch more factories, machines, and more robots making stuff, from Automated Cake Icing and Decorating Machines to Behind the Scenes of How the Tesla Model S is Made.

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