Robotica’s ABOT will help improve speeds and reduce costs when it comes to cutting open boxes. ABOT—which is easy to install—can position and clamp random box sizes to improve stability and cut quality. The operator can set the depth and height of cut relative to the top of the box.
ABOT can be added to nearly any conveyor feed using sections of metering conveyor. Boxes are placed on a standard powered conveyor and received by an automatic induct function. Little to no pressure is needed to feed boxes.
This automated box cutter robot does not use air, so you don’t have to worry about wasting money on and maintaining compressors and air supply systems.
Find out what automated box cutting can do for your material handling process. To learn more, talk to a representative from Hughes Enterprises today.
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