EOL palletizing and depalletizing station for special tasks


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Palletizing station using an industrial robot. A flexible end-of-line (EOL) application solution characterized by easy integration and the ability to quickly adapt to the environment.

  • Quick setup
  • Self-integration
  • Easy layout changes
  • Space saving
  • Human-machine cooperation
  • Short ROI


Install, select a recipe and act. The compact design of the palletizing station allows easy integration in workspaces with limited space availability. The station is designed to work with most industrial robots available on the market. The robot cell has been designed to ensure safe operation within the full range of the robot. The mounting base is compatible with the integration of industrial robots from manufacturers such as Universal Robots, KUKA, Fanuc, OMRON, Hyundai and ABB. Upon special request, it is possible to mount it to any other robot that meets the requirements of permissible dimensions and base load capacity.

The cell meets all stringent safety requirements. Access to the robot's work zone is supervised using safety curtains. On the product transport side, an access tunnel is used to limit the possibility of reaching the robot's work zone. The fence of the robot zone is designed in such a way that in the event of contact with a working robot, it will not be torn apart, and the robot itself will not pose a threat to people staying near the station.


Functional design

The cell's design ensures easy integration and the possibility of quick relocation if required.



The integrated heart of the EOL cell with a control cabinet and a robot



Access secured by a fence enabling observation of the robot's operation


Space for a fork

Fork ears enabling efficient movement between workstations


Two workstations

The cell can be work alternately


Intuitive operation

The cell software allows for quick programming, visualization and diagnostics of the robot's operation


Higher safety level

The operational safety of CSPaletizer is fully ensured. Access to the robot's work zone is protected by the use of safety curtains and a durable fence. Additionally, the robots are supplied with safety modules that enable programmatic limitation of the trajectory (so-called virtual cages). While one of the robot workstations is being operated (loading/unloading a pallet), the other one can still be operated by the robot. There is no need to enter the robot's work zone, the pallet can be transported from outside the danger zone.

  1. KUKA
  2. Fanuc
  3. ABB
  4. Yaskawa
  5. Kawasaki

...and many other robots.

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