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Bosch’s enhanced D3 robotic platform gives food manufacturers more versatility and performance enhancements through modular and standardised robotic solutions with application-specific options.
The platform is able to handle higher payloads up to three kilograms, faster speeds, and also offers an optional fourth and fifth axis for improved product rotation, thus catering to a larger variety of products from biscuits to confectionery treats, or even baked goods. With an open frame design consisting of fewer parts, and better visibility of moving elements, it grants easier access to parts for cleaning, and improves hygiene.
It can also be easily integrated with existing primary or secondary packaging machines. It offers flexible and scalable robotic solutions for both small- and medium-sized, as well as multinational company manufacturers.