The versatile and high-speed MPL160 II is a highly reliable, 4-axis palletizing robot. It has a performance-driven design and is able to effectively handle unbalanced loads.  It has an extensive 3,024 mm vertical reach, and a 3,159 mm horizontal reach which allows it to build a 102 in. tall trailer-high loads (with standard 48 in. x 40 in. pallets). All of these traits make the MPL160 II is the perfect robot for numerous palletizingapplications such as order picking or end-of-line or distribution center automation. 

The wrist of the MPL160 II is hollow which allows flexibility to connect an EOAT enabling a wide range of motion without any interference. The robot base has cable installation to help allow the field bus routing to the upper arm/gripper.   Also, the T-axis features high allowable moment of inertia, easing the ability to handle asymmetric loads without the compromise of speed or performance.  

There are additional options available, such as PalletSolver, which helps create palletizing patterns and quick changeovers without stopping production. In addition, there is another option for the NSF-H1 certified food-grade lubricant available if needed for a food or consumer product packaging environment.Overall, the MPL160 II is highly customizable to each palletizing system making it the perfect solution for your next automation integration. 

The MPL160 II will be paired with the DX200 or MLX 200 controller.

For more information about the Motoman MPL160 II, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.
For more information about the Motoman MPL160 II, contact a RobotWorx representative today at 740-251-4312.

Robot Information

Robot Specifications

Axes: 4
Payload: 160.00kg
H-Reach: 3159.00mm
Repeatability: ±0.5000mm
Robot Mass: 1700.00kg
Structure: Articulated
Mounting: Floor

Robot Motion Speed

J1 140 °/s (2.44 rad/s)
J2 140 °/s (2.44 rad/s)
J3 140 °/s (2.44 rad/s)
J4 305 °/s (5.32 rad/s)

Robot Motion Range

J1 ±180°
J2 +45° - 90°
J3 +120° - 15.5°
J4 ±360°


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