Visitors to the Brillopak stand will have a rare chance to see how a new range of patented suc-tion and gripper end-effectors have been designed to perfect case loading of food trays, bags and punnets at the Robotics and Automation Show in early November.
Plus, food companies planning to integrate new packing lines will learn how Brillopak’s ad-vanced packaging machinery combines with its holistic automation deployment expertise to de-risk installations and protect projects from sunk costs, line interruptions and disgruntled staff.
Visitors to Brillopak stand 204 will learn how automation architecture is the fundamental of any new factory equipment installation. Using a 3D-printed model of an automated packing hall, David Jahn, director at Brillopak, will conduct short workshops with visitors showing how to scope-out and create architectural plans of the ‘big picture’ first and then ways to phase instal-lation of robotics/automation to benefit from proof of concept AND assist with cost of invest-ment.
David comments: “The best way to understand the deployment of packaging machinery and the importance of our Automation Architecture service, is to compare a project to building a house… it would be foolish to even start to build without completing the necessary due dili-gence, planning and design approval first.”
It’s a process that Brillopak has completed successfully for over 20 years – with hundreds of successful fresh produce, meat and ready-meal automation solutions implemented.
David explains: “We share our knowledge with factories small and large right from the outset of any project, to remove the headaches and get automation right first time.”
For on-the-spot advice, visitors are urged to bring with them sample food packs, SKUs and details of their current factory layouts to receive ‘right first time’ bespoke architectural advice on the implementation of robotics and automation in their food packaging hall.