Pick and Place robot



  • Complete solution
  • Custom implementation
  • Incl. Engineering and installation
  • Expandable with conveyor and gripper
Pack and place cobot

Description pick and place robot

A pick and place cobot setup is an automated system that uses a collaborative robot (cobot) to pick up and place objects at specific locations. This setup is designed to take over repetitive tasks from human operators and improve the efficiency and accuracy of the pick & place process.

The cobot is equipped with sensors and grippers that enable it to detect, locate and safely pick up objects. By using preset parameters and programmable paths, the cobot can accurately pick up objects and place them in the desired location, such as on a conveyor belt, in a container or on a production line.

A pick & place cobot setup offers various advantages. First, it reduces reliance on human operators for repetitive tasks, freeing them up for more complex and valuable tasks. This results in increased productivity and cost efficiency. In addition, the cobot setup improves the accuracy and consistency of the pick & place process.

Our cobot stand can be custom made for you. Use our configurator to determine the price and specifications of your application! In this configurator you can also configure a belt and gripper to realize your own application.

Wondering if your production process is suitable for using our cobot stands? Contact us for a test.


Maximal payload of 16kg
Maximum vertical reach of 2250mm and horizontal reach of 1300mm (UR10 incl. lift kit)
Available with Lift Kit and Safety Sensor
Different cobot versions available
Includes configurable gripper
Includes configurable conveyor
Select the desired included software packages
Dimensions and weight depending on the version
Available in food grade version

Options and Parameters

Lift kit for cobot range


A lift kit is a valuable extension option for cobot stands that offers extra flexibility and height adjustment. This telescopic system solution integrates into the existing cobot stand and adds an impressive 950mm of additional working range in the vertical direction.
With the lift kit, cobots can now perform tasks that require greater vertical reach, such as stacking goods on higher shelves, placing products on raised surfaces, or manipulating objects at different levels. This increases the versatility of the cobot and makes it possible to perform tasks in locations that were previously out of reach. The system works seamlessly with the cobot arm and can be easily integrated into the existing setup. With minimal effort, the operator can operate the lift kit and adjust the vertical working range according to the specific requirements of the job.
sensors for cobot

Safety sensor

An option to expand the cobot stand is to add a safety sensor. This sensor, usually a range sensor, is placed at the front of the cobot stand and provides an extra layer of safety for the interaction between the cobot and the operator.
The safety sensor acts as an indication for the cobot position when an operator is nearby. Detecting the presence of a person allows the cobot stand to pause or cancel the running process to ensure operator safety. This is especially useful in situations where the operator has to perform manual tasks in close proximity to the cobot stand and there is a risk of collision or injury.

The use of a safety sensor ensures a safer working environment by better controlling the interaction between the cobot and the operator and preventing accidents. It provides peace of mind for both the operator and the person responsible for workplace safety.
Cobot arm UR10


Universal Robotics offers a range of cobots that are compatible with cobot mode. Four different cobot arms are available: UR3, UR5, UR10 and UR16. With a load capacity of 3 kg and a reach of 500 mm, the UR3 is the smallest in the range and has a compact design. This arm is
extremely suitable for tasks that require a high degree of precision and flexibility in a limited space.

The UR5 offers a versatile balance between size and capacity. With a load capacity of 5 kg and a reach of 850 mm, this arm is suitable for tasks such as machine loading, pick-and-place, and light material handling.

The UR10 is the largest of the three, with a load capacity of 10 kg and a reach of 1300 mm. This arm is suitable for tasks that require extended reach and lifting capacity, such as machine loading, palletizing and assembly.

The UR16 is the most powerful model in the range, with a load capacity of 16 kg and a reach of 900 mm. This arm is ideal for tasks involving handling heavier objects such as heavy material handling, CNC machine loading and welding.

Stock versions

Cobot stand
V1 - Standard Pick & Place
Product mass < 5 kg
Gripping dimensions 40-135mm
Material All material
Range < 850 mm
Excl. Conveyor
Mechanical gripper
Cobot stand
V2 - All purpose Pick & Place
Product mass < 10kg
Gripping dimension 40-135mm
Material All material
Range < 1300mm
Excl. Conveyor
Mechanical gripper
Cobot stand
V3 - Large pick & place
Product mass < 10kg
Gripping dimension 160-410mm
Material All material
Range < 1300mm
Excl. Conveyor
Mechanical gripper
Cobot stand
V4 - Heavy duty pick & place
Product mass < 16kg
Gripping dimension 160-410mm
Material All material
Range < 900mm
Excl. Conveyor
Mechanical gripper


Some of the benefits are: increased productivity, reduction of physical strain on employees, improved precision and consistency in stacking, flexibility to handle different objects, improved safety through collaboration between the cobot and employees.

A pick & place cobot stand can pick up objects and place them accurately at a different location. Tasks can include order picking, packaging, assembly, sorting, labelling, quality control, stacking and destacking.

Yes, a palletizing cobot stand can typically handle different sizes and shapes of objects, such as boxes, bags, containers, etc., depending on the specifications of the cobot and the grippers used.

The most important thing for choosing the cobot arm is the expected load. Smaller cobot arm models can handle less load, but have lower tolerances. Larger cobot arm models are stronger and can handle larger loads.

The speed at which a palletizing cobot stand can stack objects can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the stacking patterns, the weight of the objects and the cobot’s specifications. On average, palletizing cobot stands can stack several dozen objects per minute.

Industries such as logistics, distribution, manufacturing, food processing, pharmaceuticals and e-commerce can benefit from a palletizing cobot stand.

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