The equipment specialist will be demonstrating four TLM packaging machines processing confectionery and cosmetics products.
Schubert is presenting its new data box and possible applications of its GRIPS world platform. This web-based platform combines all the important functions for monitoring and documenting machine data under a single user interface. For example, over the long term, through preventive maintenance and monitoring of machine functions, the data box allows overall system efficiency and production performance to be maintained at a high level throughout the entire lifecycle.
Its new Flowmodul, the eighth system component, enables the packaging of products such as biscuits, bars and other articles in flowpacks within the TLM systems. Image recognition, pick and place robots and the Flowmodul merge into a single system.
At Interpack, Schubert will be showing a picker line with five F4 robots, which place biscuits in the Flowmodul’s product feed system. A total of 500 products run through the packaging process. The chain speed is controlled by the intelligent robots and continuously adapted to the product flow.
The Schubert Group will also be presenting Schubert-Cosmetics. Under the SPS umbrella (Schubert Packaging Systems), the experts in systems engineering and engineering consulting, the corporate group now also bundles its expertise for cosmetics manufacturers. The new team will develop, designs and delivers solutions ranging from individual machines to complete systems.
Hall 14, stand A06
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