Company Name: Fibre King
Contact: Christina Windsor at Fibre King
|Type and Condition:||Automatic Machines, New Machines|
Our Robotic De-Palletisers are a flexible solution which, when combined with a vision system, can be used to de-palletise random or imperfect pallet patterns. With this functionality, less attention to the orientation of the product is required when loading product into the system for de-palletising. Fibre King are happy to partner with any of the major robot suppliers to ensure commonality of hardware on site.
• Incorporated vision system
• Pick and Place, magnetic, vacuum or layer compressing removal of product
• Product singulising
• Designed for industry standard pallets or custom pallets if required
• Automatic layer sheet removal
• Automatic pallet board removal
• Automatic empty pallet stacking
Company Location: Brisbane, Qld
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Brief information about Fibre King
As an Australian fourth-generation family business founded in 1926, Fibre King has spent decades designing, manufacturing and maintaining the highest quality end of line packaging equipment for production facilities of all sizes across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, US, Canada, Middle East and Europe. Since offering Australia’s first locally designed and manufactured case packer in 1950 to developing a complete range of end line packaging machinery that includes robotics and Industry 4.0 we have never looked back and are continually looking to meet the changing needs of production facilities.http://www.fibreking.com.au
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