16 500,00




An easy product
Pick-it is a plug and play smart automation product at a fixed price. Pick-it guides your robot to pick and place a wide range of products in different applications. Our 3D camera and software detect the exact position of every part.

A complete solution
The Pick-it product consists of the Pick-it 3D camera and the Pick-it 3D software installed on an industrial processor. Connect a PC or laptop to the Pick-it processor to configure your application through the Pick-it web interface. Connect your robot of choice to the Pick-it processor to program your robot with some easy Pick-it commands to start picking.

For many applications
Pick-it is a flexible product. You can set it up for many different applications like bin picking, machine loading, depalletising, kitting, assembly and many more.

No programming needed
Configuring Pick-it is easy. It is all done through a user-friendly graphical user interface. Just connect a laptop or PC to the Pick-it processor and start configuring your first application.

For all major robot brands
Pick-it integrates out-of-the-box with all major robot brands: Universal Robots, ABB, KUKA, Yaskawa, Fanuc and Stäubli. The robot / Pick-it communication runs over TCP/IP and the protocol is open and documented. So feel free to integrate any other robot with Pick-it.


Feature and benefits

  • Fast set-up
  • Easy calibration
  • Compatible with all major robots
  • Works without light
  • Fastest payback
  • 3D overlapping products

General specifications


Includes a URCap plugin: Yes.
Compatibility: All major robots.
3D Measurement method: 3D enhanced light
External lights: Not needed
Image processing speed: 30 fps
Accuracy: < 3mm
Repeatability: < 1mm
3D camera weight w/o l-bracket: 895 gr
3D camera weight total: 1030 gr
Temperature operating conditions: +10°C / +35°C
Industrial grade humidity quality: IP55
3D camera connection to PC: Ethernet TPC/IP
Approvals: CE, FCC

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