Nachi LP Series Palletizing Robots are available in 130Kg, 180Kg, and 210Kg payload capacities.  A 3168mm vertical stroke and maximum reach of 3210mm easily allows a single LP robot to load up to 6 pallets and multiple conveyors in a layout with ±180º operation of the J1-axis.  High speed servo control system allows up to 1800 palletizing cycles per hour with 60Kg payload or 1500 cycles per hour with 130Kg payload.  Advanced yet easy to use palletizing software intuitively guides the user through teaching new palletizing routines.  Path optimization software features aid the programmer in minimizing cycle time and increasing product throughput.  Automatic program path generation minimizes setup and teaching time by automatically creating a robot motion path from cell layout input data.  After teaching, the Nachi “Part Height Adjustment” software function automatically compensates for real world conditions and eliminates the need for constant program “touchup”.


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LP Series Palletizing Robot Product Highlights

  • Capable of up to 1800 palletizing cycles / hour
  • Load up to 6 pallets or conveyors with ± 180° operation of the J1 Axis
  • User friendly palletizing software uses color graphical images to guide programmers through creating palletizing routines
  • “Simple” palletizing software intuitively guides the user through teaching new palletizing routines
  • “Highly Effective” palletizing software allows the user to create complex custom stacking routines with ease
  • Standard “High Speed Interference Detection” software helps protects the valuable products being palletized
  • “Path Optimization” software minimizes cycle time and increases throughput
  • A wide variety of products including boxes, bags, crates, cases, and many other goods can be palletized with ease
  • Palletize products with different shapes and sizes onto common pallets

LP Series General Specifications

Robot Dimensions and Working Envelope

Faceplate Hole Pattern for Mounting End of Arm Tooling

Baseplate Mounting Information and Robot Footprint