With the BIN PICKING module, unsorted parts can be removed from crates. For this purpose 3D cameras are positioned above the crate. The CAD model of the crate and the parts is stored in the software. The best gripping points are calculated with the aid of match-making or machine-learning procedures. Depending on the complexity of the application, it may also be necessary to store a gripper model via software instead of calculating gripping points, gripping surfaces or even collision-free gripper tracks.

Currently the cameras of Roboception (with Robopcetion software), IDS Ensenso and Photoneo (with Fraunhofer IPA, bp3 software) are used.

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Why drag&bot?

Possible applications

How does the deployment work?

drag&bot CORE

  • COMPONENT MANAGER – Here the user configures the connected hardware. The installation of the corresponding drivers takes place automatically in the background.

  • BUILDER – Applications can be created from predefined function blocks using drag and drop.

  • WIZARDS – Graphical operating and input aids: Users can adapt function blocks to the specific requirements of their application without expert knowledge.

  • RUN VIEW – The created applications are executed here. With one click you return to the Builder and can extend and optimize the application.

drag&bot CORE

Additional modules for each application


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