Life Sciences Success Story

End-of-line testing under hygienic conditions


  • Automated inspection of syringes, labels and tamper-evident seals
  • Enhanced system flexibility
  • Reliable traceability
  • Significantly increased productivity
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Grippers specifically developed for this application are used for handling the trays.
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A compact cell: Three robots collaborate in inspecting and palletizing trays holding 100 syringes each, processing 36,000 syringes per hour – with maximum precision and reliability.
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Another Stäubli robot seals the trays with a lid and applies two labels.


Inspection and packaging of 36,000 syringes per hour

A compact and flexible robotic cell handles the end-of-line inspection, labelling and palletizing of 36,000 syringes per hour. Three Stäubli robots designed for hygienic production are responsible for handling the trays in which the syringes are transported.

What is the safest and most economical way to test and palletize 36,000 syringes per hour? A multinational manufacturer of pharmaceutical products