Plug-and-Play Robotic Case Handler to Simplify Warehousing

QuickBot depalletizer – or QB, as it has been nicknamed – automates warehouse receiving operations with robots through easy installation and can be picking cases within a few hours.

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Mujin debuts, QuickBot, a comprehensive, quick-deployment robot cell for case handling. The launch of this warehouse solution offers robotic automation ease in North American, with the first application available as depalletizing.

“In today’s day and age, a lot is demanded of robot automation systems. They need to be highly reliable, have high throughput, and – of foremost importance – they need to deploy quickly, so that businesses can enjoy the return on investment from day one", says Mujin CEO and co-founder Ross Diankov. "With the arrival of QuickBot, you will be experiencing the start of a new revolution in the next several years. You will see a lot more of these systems in warehouses, working better, faster, and improving working conditions.” 

From Mujin:

  • QuickBot depalletizer – or QB, as it has been nicknamed – automates a warehouse's receiving operations with robots with easy install that doesn’t require any tools.
  • QuickBot is powered by an intelligent robot controller, the MujinController. Utilizing MujinController’s advanced perception and real-time motion planning, capable of on-the-fly case recognition. This feature allows QuickBot to manage real-world scenarios for both single and mixed-SKU pallet loads without prior ‘teaching’ or information from external systems.
  • QuickBot arm features a universal, heavy payload gripper to meet the physical requirements of general warehouse tasks.
  • The solution uncrates and can be transported via forklift to the installation location. Everything is pre-installed on a large metal baseplate, so no drilling is required. Safety system is pre-installed and ready-to-go upon arrival and features a pneumatically driven, telescoping vision stand makes it easy to raise the vision system to the proper height. The conveyor is on a rail, with adjustable height and pulls out to connect to existing conveyor.