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Handling & Ergonomics Product: High-speed palletizing robot with 308-pound capacity

The M-410iB/140H high-speed palletizing robot is ideal for high-capacity production in bag and box palletizing operations.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 07, 2010

The M-410iB/140H high-speed palletizing robot is ideal for high-capacity production in bag and box palletizing operations. Offering a 308-pound (140 kilogram) payload capacity, the robot’s slim arm and wrist minimize interference with tooling and other peripheral devices. Its compact size allows it to work in small spaces with low ceiling heights. FANUC Robotics America, 800-477-6268, www.fanucrobotics.com.

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