Essential Palletizer
Line Series

Increase efficiency, enhance productivity, and improve throughput with our robotic palletizers and depalletizers. Designed for our customer’s desired speed, service life, payload, reach, repeatability, and affordability, our palletizing and depalletizing automation systems can be integrated for any application. Simplimatic’s Essential Palletizer Line feature four different, highly cost-effective, and compact palletizers and depalletizers.

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Essential Line Compact Palletizer


Reduce floorspace, offering a single pallet station with manual load/unload functionality.

Speed: Up to 12 cases per minute
Minimum Case Size: 9″ (L) x 5″ (W) x 6″ (H) up to 40 lbs.
Maximum Case Size: 17.5″ (L) x 15″ (W) x 20″ (H) up to 40 lbs
Operation: Robotic
Software: Simply Load, our custom pallet configuration tool, enables users to visualize, edit, implement and manage patterns on the HMI.
Machine Size Range (ft):
10.3 (L) x 7.5 (W) x 8.3 (H)
Controls: Turck*
PackML Compliant
PanelView Color HMI
Pneumatics: 80 psi
Voltage: 460 VAC
Disconnect: 30 Amps

Essential Line Dual Palletizer


Expand your work station for continuous operation while maintaining manual load/unload functionality.

Speed: Up to 12 cases per minute
Minimum Case Size: 9″ (L) x 5″ (W) x 6″ (H) up to 40 lbs.
Maximum Case Size: 17.5″ (L) x 15″ (W) x 20″ (H) up to 40 lbs
Operation: Robotic
Software: Simply Load, our custom pallet configuration tool, enables users to visualize, edit, implement and manage patterns on the HMI.
Machine Size Range (ft):
12 (L) x 8.9 (W) x 7.6 (H)
Controls: Turck*
PackML Compliant
PanelView Color HMI
Pneumatics: 80 psi
Voltage: 460 VAC
Disconnect: 30 Amps

Essential Line Over/Under Palletizer


Offering dual pallet conveyor, this solution provides continuous operations without manual interface.

Speed: Up to 12 cases per minute
Minimum Case Size: 9″ (L) x 5″ (W) x 6″ (H) up to 40 lbs.
Maximum Case Size: 17.5″ (L) x 15″ (W) x 20″ (H) up to 40 lbs
Operation: Robotic
Software: Simply Load, our custom pallet configuration tool, enables users to visualize, edit, implement and manage patterns on the HMI.
Machine Size Range (ft):
15 (L) x 9 (W) x 11 (H)
Controls: Turck*
PackML Compliant
PanelView Color HMI
Pneumatics: 80 psi
Voltage: 460 VAC
Disconnect: 30 Amps

Essential Line Pallet Handling Palletizer

Pallet Handling

Provides automatic slip sheet handling in addition to the pallet load and discharge functions.

Speed: Up to 12 cases per minute
Minimum Case Size: 9″ (L) x 5″ (W) x 6″ (H) up to 40 lbs.
Maximum Case Size: 17.5″ (L) x 15″ (W) x 20″ (H) up to 40 lbs
Operation: Robotic
Software: Simply Load, our custom pallet configuration tool, enables users to visualize, edit, implement and manage patterns on the HMI.
Machine Size Range (ft):
20 (L) x 11 (W) x 8.5 (H)
Controls: Turck*
PackML Compliant
PanelView Color HMI
Pneumatics: 80 psi
Voltage: 460 VAC
Disconnect: 30 Amps

2D & 3D Laser Scanning & Inspection

There are multiple ways to scan and inspect products. Laser scanning and inspection are by far the most popular and the most common. It provides the fastest, most accurate, and most cost-effective data acquisition solution. Laser inspection is frequently used in automation to ensure quality control by measuring and verifying dimensions, detect flaws and defects, detect correct assembly, and identifying target surface variations.

2D laser inspection and scanners should be used for applications such as steel and aluminum production, automotive, aerospace, electronics, robotics, and welding. 2D inspection scanners offer a large range of case sizes, measuring ranges, and accessory options to be used in a wide variety of measurement applications. However, 2D laser inspection is limited in its ability to achieve 100% quality control. For example, 2D sensors do not support measurement related to 3D shapes.

3D Laser profilers generate surface maps by stacking individual profiles into a continuous image. This is how 3D lasers can support and measure 3D shapes. 3D laser inspection and scanning have the ability to measure critical features such as object flatness, surface angles, or part volumes (2D cannot). If your organization needs to inspect every aspect of your part, product, or “target”, 3D laser inspection would be the best application. When 3D laser scanning and inspection is used to generate the product profile, it provides critical information for determining if the product meets quality tolerances for surface quality, assembly, fit and finish. Lastly, if you need to use robotic laser scanning and inspection, you will need to use a 3D laser inspection and scanning application since robotics work in a three-dimensional world.

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The MiR600 is a stronger and safer AMR. The MiR600 is compliant with the highest available robot standards making it superior to other AMRs on the market. With increased ability to withstand dust particles and fluids along with being compliant to the highest safety standards on the market, the MiR600 is safer, more stable and more reliable than other AMRs on the market.

Max Speed: 1 m/s

Run Time: 8 hours

Payload: 600kg

Dimensions: 1350 mm x 920 mm

Length 1350 mm | 53.1 in
Width 910 mm | 35.8 in
Height 322 mm | 12.7 in
Weight (without battery or payload) 229 kg | 504.9 lbs
Ground clearance 25 – 28 mm | 1.0 – 1.1 in
Load surface 1304 x 864 mm | 51.3 x 34 in
Wheel diameter (drive wheel) 200 mm | 7.9 in
Wheel diameter (caster wheel) 100 mm | 3.9 in

Maximum payload: 600 kg | 1322.8 lbs
Footprint of payload: Equal to robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.
Payload placement: Place center of mass according to directions in the user guide
Maximum lifting capacity with a MiR EU-/US-/Shelf-lift installed: 500 kg | 1100 lbs

Palletizing Series

As an authorized system integrator for Fanuc® and several other robotic manufacturers, Simplimatic has the relationships and experience necessary to design and integrate the ideal palletizing and/or depalletizing setup for any application. Simplimatic designs, manufactures, and integrates custom robotic palletizers and depalletizers for customers around the globe.

Customers choose to buy palletizers from Simplimatic Automation in order to get away from the “one size fits all” approach taken by other palletizing suppliers. Every robotic palletizing system that Simplimatic supplies is engineered for our customer’s desired speed, service life, payload, reach, repeatability, and affordability to guarantee implementation success.

Simplimatic’s robotic palletizing systems are used in the:

  • Packaged food industry
  • Personal healthcare industry
  • Medical device industry
  • Consumer packaged goods industry
  • Beverage industry
  • Household appliance industry
  • Cosmetic industry
  • And many more

For more information on robotic automation, contact the Simplimatic sales team today.

Robotic Palletizer Cell Series 1

Palletizer Series 1

Robotic Palletizer Cell Series 2

Palletizer Series 2

Robotic Palletizer Series 3 Cell

Palletizer Series 3

Robotic Palletizer Series 4 Cell

Palletizer Series 4

Palletizer System Details

Simplimatic Robotic Palletizing Systems are designed to load single or multiple pallets simultaneously. Simplimatic supplies palletizers in both conventional multi-axis as well as force-limiting collaborative varieties with payloads available ranging from .5 kg up to 700 kg depending on project need. All Simplimatic robotic palletizers are available with custom recipes to allow a single cell to handle multiple SKUs with variable stacking patterns.

Both off-the-shelf and custom end-effectors such as vacuum cup grippers, pneumatically controlled grippers, and servo-driven grippers are available to customers depending on product type and pallet loading preference. This large variety of custom tooling paired with sensitive sensors allows for the precise handling of products ranging from pliable toilet paper to heavy boxes of medical devices or computer products.

Simplimatic robotic systems are easily integrated with new or existing material handling lines and other production setups.

Robotic Arm Depalletizer


Essential Line Palletizer Series

Essential Palletizer Line Series

Pallet Conveyor Rendering

Pallet Conveyor

Pallet Stacker and Destacker

Pallet Stacker & Destacker

Continous Flow Case Elevator

The Simplimatic® Continuous Flow Case Elevator/Lowerator provides a means of raising or lowering heavy or large payloads between conveyors at different elevations.

The Continuous Flow Elevator is a great choice if floor space or budgets do not allow for the installation of a traditional Simplimatic Spiral Elevator or other spiral conveyor systems.

Due to its relatively high speed, large payload capacity, and full-bottom support of the product, the Continuous Flow Elevator is commonly used to convey food and beverage cases, bagged products, trays, totes, and other goods with a similar form factor.

Continuous Flow Elevators will free up floor space in case palletizing lines, logistics, and warehousing, or in work-in-process storage applications by transferring product to an overhead conveyor section. Elevators are also a great way to create aisleways, clearance for forklifts, or transfer products between floors.

SKU: Simplimatic Case Elevator/Lowerator

The standard configuration will convey 20-30 lb cases at a rate of 20-25 cases/minute.

Elevation changes of 20 feet or more are common, though payload capacity and overall size of the elevator/lowerator can be customized as needed.


  • Extruded Aluminum Frame
  • Optional Stainless Steel Construction
  • Custom infeed and discharge heights
  • Backed by worldwide service and support from Simplimatic Automation
  • Designed and built in the USA

Case Conveying

Simplimatic’s motorized-roller conveyor sets the standard in material handling flexibility. Its key is the use of a motorized roller that power each zone or segment of the conveyor. A truly modular system that can be completely customized to meet your current requirements and can be easily reconfigured to address your future needs. The unique CRUZ frame design, with rollers, mounted low, provides total protection for the electronic components that are pre-mounted and pre-wired. An optional conveyor shroud encloses the frame and provides additional protection for the electrical components. This case conveyor gives the highest level of versatility and has features that contribute to a quieter, more easily maintained system.

  • Quiet operation, low energy consumption
  • Reduced maintenance cost, less noise
  • Rapid start-up, reliability
  • Application-specific
  • Minimal space requirements
  • System easily reconfigurable
  • No minimum weight restriction
  • System easily reconfigurable
  • Economical, easy installation
  • Run-on-demand
  • Few moving parts
  • Standard software routines
  • Many proven accessories
  • Low profile
  • Standard modular construction
  • Unique frame design
  • Electronic sensing
  • Pre-mounted and pre-wired electrical components
  • Maximum Product Weight: 50 lbs/ft or 75 lbs/product
  • Minimum Product Length: 6″ on 2″ roller centers
  • Standard Widths: 16″, 22″, 28″, 34″ between frames
  • Zone Lengths: 18″, 24″, 30″, 36″
  • Speed Range: 30 to 425 fpm

Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (ASRS)

Over the year’s Automated storage and retrieval, systems technology has gotten better and more affordable for smaller order fulfillment operations. This has caused the adoption rate of ASRS to skyrocket. ASRS is basically a type of warehouse automation specifically designed to store and retrieve products from inventory on-demand autonomously. There are many different ways to design and implement automated storage and retrieval systems, but it depends on your product, facility size, business cycle, operational goals, level of growth, and available investment.

Having an ASRS for your business will offer an efficient, faster way to move goods through your facility using horizontal or vertical storage carousels. This eliminates the use of forklifts and wasted travel time between widely place racking systems. Simplimatic can help design, create, and implement the right ASRS for your business. Our team of skilled engineers will consult and present you with the best solution(s) for your product and storage needs.

Benefits of an automated storage and retrieval system:

  • Increased inventory storage capacity
  • More efficient use of floor space
  • Increased throughput
  • Ability to reclaim unused vertical space in your facility
  • Improved safety, resulting in fewer accidents
  • Increased order picking accuracy
  • Improved security of your inventory
  • Reduced labor costs

Robotic Case Packing

Automating the end of your manufacturing line with robotic case packing is a perfect example of the type of repetitive motion robots were designed to do. Today, customers expect orders to ship quickly, accurately, and without product damage at high volumes. Remember, when products are packed into cases, this is the first time your customer will see or interact with your product and brand. First impressions are everything. Do not leave your products’ first impression up to chance.

Simplimatic custom designs create and integrate robotic case packing solutions that are intelligent, flexible, and specific to your product. Increase your throughput with a robotic case packing solution that can pick single or multiple products at a time. We also offer quick change end of arm tooling that can prepare your business to handle future products of varying sizes.

Benefits of Robotic Case Packing:

  • Reduced labor costs
  • Reduced safety costs
  • Increased throughput
  • Increased reliability
  • Increased accuracy of orders
  • More consisted/quality appearance to the end user and retailer
  • Scalable and efficient

Manufacturing Automation Functional Testing

Many mechanical assemblies and products require functional testing before being approved to ship.  Carrying out these tests manually is a very time-consuming and mundane process. It is often the exact same testing process performed repeatedly and is a big cause of employee burnout. Because the testing is repetitive in nature, it is also very error-prone when done manually. Automating your company’s functionality testing optimizes your manufacturing process, increases throughput, and saves on costs. These tests can be automated as a standalone machine or integrated into the assembly process. 

Types of functionality testing:

  • Range of Motion
  • Operational Force or Torque
  • Electrical Testing
  • Distance Measuring
  • Leak testing
  • 2D and 3D Laser Inspection
  • 2D and 3D Vision Inspection
  • Flow test inspection
  • Lot Traceability
  • Dimensional inspection

Automated Leak Testing

Reliable leak testing solutions are a critical part of automated assembly. Here at Simplimatic, the customer’s requirements are the main focus. We analyze customer specifications and offer various methods of leak testing solutions depending on your manufacturing application. No matter what your manufacturing process or industry is, our integrated testing solutions will meet your systems requirements. Our solutions will hold positive pressure or vacuum and measure flow, maintain flow and measure pressure or vacuum, and simple or differential pressure decay for leak detection.

Bubble testing is the simplest form of leak testing. This is done by submerging the test materials or product under water in a tank to watch for bubbles out of a leak location. Pressure decay leak testing can detect leaks by pressurizing the test object or vessel. Once pressurized, the leak test instruments control and read the measurement of lost pressure over a specific period of time. Vacuum decay leak testing is very similar to pressure decay testing systems because rather than pressurizing the vessel, we evacuate the air inside the object being tested.

Automated Leak Testing

Types of Leak Testing we do:

  • Bubble test
  • Pressure decay leak testing
  • Vacuum decay leak testing
  • Automated pass/fail leak limit
  • Calculate leak rate
  • Data outputs for statistical process control analysis
  • Increased throughput
  • Quantifiable results
  • Cost savings

Automated Bar Code Verification

If you are a manufacturer of any kind then your business most likely depends on someone or something to read text, symbols, or more importantly, barcodes in order for your business to run every day. Inconsistencies in barcode verification can lead to recalls, rejects, process inefficiencies and downtime. Legible, accurate 1D and 2D barcodes are a wealth of information that lets your automated assembly line know where your materials are on the line, if they have passed quality standards and if they are ready for public consumption. This data is VERY important so, do not leave your barcode verification and data up to chance. Simplimatic Automation has a team of exceptional software engineers and extensive diverse experience across multiple industries in integrating sensors, barcode applicators, barcode readers, and barcode verification software to communicate information to customer data centers. Turn your data into deliverables instantly with automated barcode verification from Simplimatic.

Why utilize automated barcode verification into your production line?

  • Improve production line processes
  • Product consistency
  • Reduce downtime
  • Monitor productivity
  • Maximize efficiency
  • Minimize recalls, returned good and even fines
  • Control quality in real-time

2D & 3D Vision Inspection

Today’s manufacturing market is hypercompetitive, and companies cannot lag behind when it comes to the quality and consistency of their product. To keep up with quality standards, 2D and 3D machine vision is the most efficient and accurate way to inspect your products and/or materials. Many crucial components need to come together in order to use machine vision inspection; sensors within your vision camera, the processing hardware and software algorithms to render your materials and communicate the results back to you. In order to integrate these technologies, you need a proven integrator with years of experience in vision inspection across many different industries like Simplimatic.

Vision systems can automate complex and/or mundane visual inspection tasks within your manufacturing line. These visual quality inspections detect positioning, verification, measurement, identification, and flaws. Depending on what your company’s quality control standards and requirements are will determine if we will use 2D or 3D machine vision inspection. 2D camera sensors view an area based on 2 dimensions, length and width. 3D camera sensors look at length, height, and width (depth).

3D vision inspection is optimal for volumetric measurements, parts inspections, linear measurements, identification, and bin picking applications for electronics, semiconductors, and factory automation.

Benefits of machine vision solutions:

  • Quality
  • Traceability
  • Efficiency
  • Accuracy
  • Higher capacity

Laser Welding

Simplimatic’s automated laser welding solutions are modular and can be configured as a stand-alone machine or it can be integrated into a larger assembly line. Automated laser welding utilizes technology to join materials together faster, safer, and more efficiently than using traditional labor. Manufacturing companies use a combination of robotic arms, feeding systems, sensors, and tools to improve laser welding accuracy and quality.

Benefits of automated laser welding:

  • Improved consistency
  • Reduced cycle time
  • Worker safety
  • Increased uptime
  • Reduce labor costs
  • Less material waste
Automated Robotic Laser Welding

Automated Robotic Laser Cutting & Trimming

Automated Laser cutting is precise, fast and delivers a high-quality finish through a non-contact process. Cut highly accurate patterns out of a variety of materials like glass and plastic as well as metals including titanium, steel, aluminum, and copper. Automated laser cutting from Simplimatic Automation will increase speed, capacity and consistency in your production line by either cutting the same specifications repeatedly or it can be flexible to adjust to different dimensions, widths and part specifications.

When should you use laser cutting?

  • Automotive
  • Plastic
  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Wood
  • Acrylic
Robotic Laser Cutting

Printed Circuit Board Laser Marker

Robotic laser automation systems are fast, precise, and have pinpoint accuracy. Performing any laser function traditionally is obsolete. Robotic Laser solutions will improve your manufacturing throughput, your facility’s efficiency, processes, repeatability and let you have traceability over your products and steps in your manufacturing line. Today, lasers are less complex, more stable, and have improved software which makes Simplimatic’s Laser Marker platforms are designed with unparalleled flexibility in marking multiple surface types at different heights with a high degree of speed and precision. This system has fully integrated PC controls with a decoupled laser and scan head. Inherent to the system is a robust machine interface that works well in a lab or in production environments. The Simplimatic® Laser Marker has configurable head combinations and programmable marking head height capable of marking the top and bottom of boards simultaneously. The flexibility with beam conditioning in this system is perfect for companies that want to protect their investment for total cost of ownership. This is a customizable platform that can be designed to customer specifications.

  • Custom filtration system – clean air, all in one system
  • Small footprint – 0.8 m x 1.2 m (depth) or 2.6 ft x 3.9 ft
  • Modular design
  • Decoupled laser / scan head
  • Configurable laser / head combinations
  • Capable of marking top and bottom simultaneously
  • Customizable platform for customer specification
  • Programmable marking head height
  • Mark inspection with dual fixed cameras
  • Customizable mark library
  • Touch screen display
  • High-speed servo motor conveyor
  • 30-watt CO2 laser – air cooled laser, decoupled laser/scan head combinations
  • Windows 10 operating system
  • Full-size touchscreen with keyboard
  • SMEMA compliant
  • Alpha-numeric, 1D and 2D code marking, human readable
  • Multi-plane marking capability
  • Lan compatible
  • Single or dual laser scan heads
  • Servo controlled laser focal distance
  • PC controls


3.9’ (1.2m) in length
2.6’ (.8m) in width
8.5′ (2.6m) in height

Board Handling Capability

Edge clearance: 3mm or 5mm (.11” or .19”)
PCB max length: 508mm (20”)
PCB max width: 457mm (3-18”)
PCB Thickness: up to 7mm (.27”)
Allowable warpage: 0.007”per in, 0.125 Max
Marking area: 300mm x 300mm (11.81”x11.81”)

Facility Requirements

Electricity: 200-240VAC, 30A

Robotic Arm Integration

Simplimatic designs and integrates custom systems to place on top of automated mobile robots (AMR’s) such as the MiR. One of the most popular applications we have created and designed, countless times, is the integration of robots, co-bots, or robotic arms on top of a MiR. Our robotic MiR platforms can come with or without vision guidance systems. With our experience, we found it best to design our systems to be easily programmable for the end-user and to make this platform easily customizable for a different part and/or plant applications with minimal redesign needed. Simplimatic Automation has experience with designing and testing against ANSI B56.5, SEMI S2/S17, UL3100, and CE Mark requirements for autonomous vehicles.

Simplimatic Automation’s AMR systems system can also be provided as a fleet of many automatic vehicles.  Easy integration and management of the vehicles are supported by MiR’s MiRFleet™ fleet control software.  As needed for factory communication and logistical handling, Simplimatic Automation can provide customers with a middleware software called “Simplimatic Frontend” to meet custom factory integration needs.  Vehicles or fleets of vehicles can be purchased from Simplimatic Automation with custom design and programming specific to the end user’s needs.

MiR1350 Autonomous Mobile Robot

MiR1350 is designed to automate and optimize the internal transportation of heavy duties and pallets. With a total payload of 1,350 kg (3,000 lbs.), this is MiR’s most powerful robot, and even in highly dynamic environments it can transport heavy loads without any exterior safety measures.

Designated use for internal transportation of heavy loads and pallets within the industry and logistics

Type: Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)
Color: RAL 9005 / Jet Black
Product design life: Five years or 20,000 hours, whichever comes first

Efficient and safe navigation optimizes the logistics
The collaborative and autonomous MiR1350 safely maneuvers around all kinds of obstacles and should a person walk directly out in front of it, it will stop. With advanced technology and sophisticated software, the robot can navigate autonomously and choose the most efficient route to its destination. When encountering obstacles, the robot automatically redirects and can reroute in order to prevent stopping or delaying the delivery of materials.

MiR1350 is equipped with the newest laser-scanner technology and has optimal safety with 360 degrees vision around itself. Two 3D cameras in the front enables the robot to see from 30 to 2.000 mm. above the floor, and two sensors in each corner contribute to the robot’s ability to see pallets and other obstacles that are so low that they otherwise can be hard for robots to detect.

Automation of pallet transportation
MiR1350 has, with specially designed pallet lifters from MiR, the ability to pick-up, transport and deliver pallets automatically. Thereby, the collaborative robot is a safe alternative to traditional pallet lifters and trucks, which many companies wish to get away from the factory floor, since they often compose a safety risk. At the same time, the MiR1350 does not require any operating crew in opposition to the more traditional pallet lifters, and because of this it optimizes the pallet transportation and give the employees time to do more productive tasks.

Flexibility and user-friendliness increase the applications
The user-friendly MiR1350 gives you full control over and ownership of the robot from the beginning. MiR1350 is operated by the intuitive MiR Robot Interface via smartphone, tablet, or computer and can be programmed based on previous experiences. The robot can be integrated into your ERP-system giving you the opportunity to create fully automized solutions. Moreover, the robot can be included in the MiR Fleet alongside the rest of MiR’s robots so the different robots can be operated in the same fleet.

According to your need you can quickly and easily change the top modules for the MiR1350, that for example can be equipped with pallet forks, conveyors, a robot arm or other applications.

A robust robot for the industry
The MiR1350 is the first IP52 rated AMR on the market. This means that it has enhanced and protected components, so it can withstand dust particles and fluids. Designed to comply with the highest available safety standards – ISO3691-4, MiR1350 is superior to other AMRs on the market.

Length: 1,350 mm /53.1 in
Width: 910 mm / 35.8 in
Height: 322 mm / 12.7 in
Height with MiR1350 EU Pallet Lift: 409 mm / 16.1 in (lowered), 472 mm / 18.6 in (raised)
Height with MiR1350 US Pallet Lift: 416 mm / 16.4 in (lowered), 478 mm / 18.8 in (raised)                                                                                                                                                  Weight (without load): 247 kg / 545 lbs
Ground clearance: 27 mm / 1.0 in
Load surface: 1,304 x 864 mm / 51.3 in x 34 in
Dimensions for mounting top modules: Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger top module is required.

Maximum payload: 1,350 kg / 2,976 lbs
Footprint of payload: Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.
Total lifting capacity with a MiR EU-/US-/Shelf-lift installed: 1,350 kg / 2,976 lbs

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MiR300 Autonomous Mobile Robot

The MiR250 is a more flexible AMR that can work around the clock and is brilliantly simple to setup, for improved productivity. Its smaller footprint and increased adaptability help optimize internal logistics without changing layout.

The MiR250 has a footprint of 580 x 800 mm and a height of only 30 centimeters while still being able to move as much as 250 kg with a speed of 2 meters/second. This makes the AMR more agile than any other AMRs on the market and highly adaptable for challenging environments. Thanks to the small footprint, it can drive in spaces as narrow as 80 centimeters. So, doors and elevators that can be an obstacle for other mobile robots, are not a problem for the MiR250.

The MiR250 is constructed for a long lifetime, easy serviceability, and works 24/7 with the option for a fast battery swap. Further, it has been designed according to current applicable safety standards – we, therefore, believe it is the safest AMR on the market. The MiR250 also comes in an ESD version.

Designated use for internal transportation of goods and automation of internal logistics

Type: Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)
Color: RAL 7011 / Iron Grey
Color ESD version: RAL 9005 / Jet Black
Cover material: Polycarbonate, Lexan Resin 221R
Product design life: Five years or 20 000 hours, whichever comes first

Length: 800 mm / 31.5 in
Width: 580 mm / 22.8 in
Height: 300 mm / 11.8 in
Ground clearance: 25 – 28 mm / 1.0 – 1.1 in
Weight (without battery or payload): 83 kg / 183 lbs (MiR250 Shelf Carrier: 146 kg)
Load surface: 800 x 580 mm / 31.5 x 22.8 in
Wheel diameter (drive wheel): 200 mm / 7.9 in
Wheel diameter (caster wheel): 125 mm / 4.9 in
Dimensions for mounting top modules: Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger top module is required.
Top plate: Anodized aluminum, 5 mm / 0.2 in
Height with MiR Shelf Carrier 250: 370 mm / 14.6 in
Weight width MiR Shelf Carrier 250: 146 kg / 321 lbs

Maximum payload: 250 kg / 551 lbs
Acceleration limits with payload: 0.3 m/s^2
Footprint of payload: Robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.
Payload placement: COM position according to User guide

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MiR100 Autonomous Mobile Robot

Automate transport tasks and focus on higher-value activities
A new generation of autonomous mobile robots is changing the way businesses move materials inside their facilities—and the MiR100 is leading the charge. With extraordinary flexibility and smart technology, the MiR100 can be used in nearly any situation where employees are spending time pushing carts or making deliveries. Now you can automate these tasks, so employees can focus on higher-value activities.

Highly flexible with different top modules
The highly flexible MiR100 autonomously transports up to 100 kg (220 lbs). It can be mounted with customized top modules such as bins, racks, lifts, conveyors or even a collaborative robot arm—whatever your application demands. Top modules are easy to change so the robot can be redeployed for different tasks.

Safe maneuvering and easy programming
The MiR100 robot safely maneuvers around people and obstacles, through doorways and in and out of elevators. You can download CAD files of the building directly to the robot, or program it with the simple, web-based interface that requires no prior programming experience. The robot’s mission can be easily adapted using a smartphone, tablet or computer connected to the network.

No need to alter your facility
With built-in sensors and cameras and sophisticated software, the MiR100 can identify its surroundings and take the most efficient route to its destination, safely avoiding obstacles and people. Without the need to alter your facility with expensive, inflexible wires or sensors, the robot offers a fast return on investment, with payback in as little as a year.

Designated use: For small and medium-sized transport tasks within industry logistics and healthcare
Type: Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)
Color: RAL 9010 / Pure White
Cover material: Co-extruded plastics containing PS (Polystyren) and a semi-conductive layer (due to ESD performance)
Product design life: Five years or 20 000 hours, whichever comes first

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Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) Integration

Simplimatic can alleviate the challenges associated with the variety of diverse control platforms available, it can be difficult to collect production-related data while ensuring systems are compliant and efficient. Simplimatic can implement manufacturing execution systems (MES) across an array of control platforms and industries. We can integrate these platforms into a seamless system ensuring to meet customer requirements.

Our engineers have the experience and expertise to help customers transfer manufacturing information, in a timely fashion, from their facility floor to their offices to make informed decisions.

Benefits of MES integration:

  • Process and process control analysis
  • Instrument, controls and equipment safety analysis
  • Reduce waste
  • Cost analysis for budgeting
  • Lead management of change, involving the customer’s engineers, operators, maintenance team and line owners and get their input
  • Shop floor data control and retention for data integrity and loss prevention
  • System data security protection
  • Manufacturing operations traceability
  • Decrease downtime
  • Decrease overhead cost
  • Compliance for regulated industries
  • Provide outcomes to secure data quality and integrity on the shop floor

Pallet Transfer Shuttle Cars

Pallet Shuttle Cars are used in conjunction with conveying equipment. A typical application utilizes a conveyor deck that is attached to a traveling or mobile base. Transfer cars can be operated with a motor-driven drive, pneumatic indexing base, automatically under the control of a PLC, or used in a hand-push application and/or lean manufacturing operations. They travel in a straight line along a floor track. Tracks can be mounted above or in the floor, as needed for each application. Conveyor top configurations, electrification, controls, and devices are optional items available for transfer cars.

Type: Motor Driven Transfer Car
Frame: Welded Structural Steel Base Frame Construction
Drive: VFD Rated Brake Motor and Reducer
Speed: Up to 250 FPM
Wheels: Single Flanged Type with Hardened Tread and Flange Mounted to Live Axles with Precision Ball Bearing Housings
Safety Bumpers: Includes Two Safety Bumper Switches Pre-Mounted to the Transfer Car Base
Conveyor: Available with a Wide Range of Conveyor Configurations and Styles
Track: A.S.C.E. 30# Floor Track Available for Both Above-the-Floor and In-the-Floor Installations
Many Options Available: Conveyor Top Configurations, Electrification, Controls and Devices, Floor Track and Paint Finishes

Automated Pallet Stacking & Destacking

Simplimatic pallet stackers and destackers can minimize the risk of back injuries and strain from manually loading or unloading pallets. Automating the process provides greater efficiencies in production. These units can be used to dispense or accumulate various sized pallets and are industrial strength, designed for continuous use.

Pallet Dispenser
  • Handle both Wooden and Plastic Pallets
  • Constructed of Structural Plate Lined Steel
  • Frame: Welded Structural Steel Frame with Heavy Gauge Steel Enclosure Panels
  • Magazine: Steel Lined with Structural Steel Support Channels on Three (3) Sides, Standard Magazine 8’ High, 15 Pallet Capacity. Loading and Unloading of Stacked Pallets are Available at 90° or 180° from In-Feed/Exit of Drag Chain Conveyor.
  • Fingers: Pneumatically Operated Pallet Holding Fingers
  • Lift: Electrically Driven Hydraulic Lift Table to Lift and Lower Stacks of Pallets as Required for Stacking or Dispensing of Pallets
  • Controls: MicroLogix PLC Controlled with Devices Pre-Mounted and Wired to Control Enclosure for Automatic and Manual Operation. “Hand-shake” Ready.
  • Conveyor: Dual Chain Conveyor integrated within the Unit extends 2’- 6” beyond Frame. Conveyor Elevation 18” Top of Chain. Other Conveyor Lengths and Elevations are Available.
  • Pallets: Unit Capable of Stacking or Dispensing a Consistent Pallet Size. Pallets must be in Good Condition and Allow Holding Fingers to Operate Dependably.
  • Painted with Safety Yellow Guards

Pallet Conveyor Systems

Simplimatic’s pallet conveyor systems consist of a chain-driven live roller (CDLR), zero pressure accumulation conveyor, drag chain conveyor, and gravity roller conveyor. We also integrate lift and rotate conveyors, pallet dispensers, turntables, chain transfers, and transfer cars. Starting with core components, we have virtually limitless enhancements to provide maximum application adaptability and flexibility. Consequently, we provide on-time deliveries, affordable solutions, and superior quality.

Simplimatic pallet conveyors come standard with 1.9″, 2-1/2″, 2-9/16″, 3-1/2″ diameter rollers or larger if needed. Standard lengths come in nominal 5 and 10-foot sections with standard effective widths ranging from 12″ to 60″. Typical conveyor speeds are 30, 45, or 60 FPM. Our pallet conveyors come standard with heavy-duty channel supports which provide additional ruggedness in demanding applications.

Directional Pallet Conveyor

Automated Case & Pallet Labeling

Whether you are labeling directly to boxes or pallets, we have a solution for labeling needs. Automating the labeling of products is the best way to error-proof and customize your end-of-line process.

Simplimatic’s reputation for system integration is an advantage in product labeling applications. Many applications require some form of integration, whether that is software integration, material handling integration or both.

Depending on your throughput rates, Simplimatic offers different size body units.  From compact Mini printer applicators, ideal for low volume applications or space restricted applications, to standard printer applicators, perfect for high volume and long label applications.

Labels can include descriptive and traceability information:

  • Case/Product Weight – Requires an inline scale that weighs the product as it passes.
  • Production Time – Time is captured and placed on the label for tracking.
  • Product Description – Product description can be pulled directly from your product database and placed on the label.
  • Case/Lot Number– For order fulfillment, case number can be included – for example case 6 out of 50.
  • Lot Date – Can be order date or date of fulfillment.
  • Order Number

Robotic Depalletizing Automation Systems

Simplimatic Robotic Depalletizing Systems are designed to unload single or multiple pallets simultaneously. Simplimatic supplies depalletizers in both conventional multi-axis as well as force-limiting collaborative varieties with payloads available ranging from .5 kg up to 700 kg depending on project need. All Simplimatic robotic depalletizers are available with custom recipes to allow a single cell to handle multiple SKUs with variable stacking patterns.

Both off-the-shelf and custom end-effectors such as vacuum cup grippers, pneumatically controlled grippers, and servo-driven grippers are available to customers depending on product type and pallet loading preference. This large variety of custom tooling paired with sensitive sensors allows for the precise handling of products ranging from pliable toilet paper to heavy boxes of medical devices or computer products.

Simplimatic robotic systems are easily integrated with new or existing material handling lines and other production setups.

  • Robotic depalletize cases, bags, bundles, trays, totes, pails, pallets, and tier sheets
  • Tier sheets, toss or put in a rack.
  • Restack empty pallets
  • Use vision to locate product – vision can teach on the fly for products that have never been introduced before, making the system more flexible
  • Easy to use
  • Increased throughput
  • Reduced costs
  • Flexible and precise
  • Programmable

Robotic Soldering

When it comes to soldering you want the utmost in precision and repeatability. Simplimatic has the relationships and extensive experience in soldering automation applications to create, design and integrate the ideal soldering solution for your manufacturing problem. Our soldering solutions are fully automated to reduce human risk, keep product quality, consistency, and reduce downtime. We provide a wide range of options depending on your manufacturing application.

Why choose robotic soldering automation?

  • Less product rework
  • Highly efficient
  • Return on investment
  • Versatility
  • Product quality stays consistent

Robotic Ultrasonic Welding

Ultrasonic welding robotic automation uses technology to join materials together faster, more efficiently, consistently and safer than human manual labor can. Simplimatic has the experience, aptitude, and knowledge to create, manufacture and integrate your next turkey ultrasonic welding automation solution. Rather you need to weld thermoplastics, composites, or even metal, we have used ultrasonic welding applications in many industries from food and beverage, healthcare, to the automotive industry.

Why use ultrasonic welding?

  • Improved employee safety
  • Increased uptime (saving time)
  • Reduced waste
  • Reduced labor costs
Ultrasonic Welder

Robotic Cell Screwdriving

Simplimatic Automation’s modular robotic cell provides manufacturers with a simple in-line solution to automate the repetitive screw driving process in assembly and manufacturing typically performed by hand or via non-reconfigurable hard automation.

Our Robotic Screwdriving system easily automates the assembly process of multi-part components during manufacturing. This system utilizes custom end-of-arm tooling (end effectors) to pick and place individual components and fix them together using metallic, plastic, and composite fasteners. This intricate system improves production quality and line reliability while simultaneously increasing production throughput.

Simplimatic’s material handling and automation products help customers create a seamlessly running manufacturing line. Depending on project requirements, the Simplimatic® screw driving cell can utilize either a fixed-position screwdriver or a vision-guided screwdriver. The application method depends greatly on product geometry or screw driving complexity. This multi-axis screw driving robot supports multiple recipe types to easily accommodate multiple SKUs on a production line.

Robotic Parts Feeding

Part feeding is a crucial first step of the automated assembly process. In order to start automating your manufacturing, your automation cells must be equipped with all the necessary components and parts to join your components together. Many companies have to deal with the complexity of many different part styles, sizes of parts and shift change over for manual employees without automation. The answer? Part feeding.

We use a variety of ways to feed parts:

  • Vibratory bowls and/or tracks
  • Conveyors
  • Pallets and trays

Robotic parts feeding from Simplimatic Automation can help leverage your automation investment by allowing your automation solution to assemble a wide range of products. Robot machine vision and adept mechanical design are used to handle a plethora of parts from bulk to individual components. We combined these applications to create a solution that can handle your specific part variety quickly in order to boost your production rates.

Robotic Force Sensing

The creation and development of robotic force sensing is one of the biggest proponents of the advancement of robotics.  Robots equipped with force sensors are able to detect different forces applied to the wrist axes of a robot or integrated into an EoAT (end-of-arm-tool). Sensory data can be read by the robot so it can adjust its force or motion for the least amount of resistance depending on the application the robot is performing. Applications best suited for force sensors are delicate and/or complex assemblies.

Force sensing technology is crucial for the following types of operations in order to give the robot more independence and autonomy to determine the correct amount of pressure, force or torque needed in order to create a uniform, high quality product:

  • Screw driving
  • Buffing
  • Component insertion
  • Component fitting
  • Sanding
  • Polishing
  • Grinding

Robotic Pick & Place

Robotic pick and place automation speeds up the process of taking a product from one location to another with pinpoint precision, increasing production rate. Human pick and place operations require the same repetitive motion over a long duration of time which can result in possible quality and efficiency issues. High speed pick and place robots will increase efficiency and decrease production costs. Pick and place robotics can be equipped with many different types of end-of-arm-tooling (EoAT) options, that are easily changeable manually or with automatic tool changers, that can be customized to fit specific production processes. Simplimatic Automation can provide you with the perfect solution to your manufacturing problem.

Robotic Adhesive & Sealant Dispensing

Apply fluids such as adhesives, fillers, coatings, wax, and even paints with precision from automated robotic dispensing from Simplimatic Automation. We offer impeccable quality, productivity, and repeatability to improve your processes and needs. When we combine the capabilities of robotics and vision to complete dispensing, we can then inspect seams, beads, or lines for quality, improving your dispensing process.

When we design and manufacture a dispensing system, we have the amplitude and expertise to build the system on our facility floor and complete integration before deploying it on your floor. We ensure our time in your facility is efficient because we want to get your equipment up and running quickly. Let us know how Simplimatic Automation can help you with your dispensing needs.