Pick & Place Robotics
for Long Goods, Sheets and Workpieces


We've got automated pick and place processes with robot applications that ensure a fast, safe, and low-personnel material flow. For flat and long goods as well as metal parts, we use 2- to 7-axis robotic solutions that are individually adapted to customer requirements in each project.

PICK System

Gantry Robot

Gantry robot for handling bars, tubes and other heavy long goods. The gantry gripper moves up to 55 bars per hour and thus ensures fast material supply to picking areas or automatic saws.


Jointed-Arm Robot

For a variety of applications in the field of palletizing and order picking, we provide robotic solutions with gripper/vacuum tools that are individually adapted to the respective range of objects.


Gantry Robot

The LaserFLEX automation solution automates the handling of sheet metal for sheet metal processing or the steel trade - quickly, safely and reliably. The system can be combined with any CNC cutting machine.


Cantilever Robot

SortFLEX automates the sorting and palletizing of sheet metal parts after laser cutting. The universal robotics solution offers flexible installation options in combination with various software and machine integrations.

3D showroom for sheet metal storage systems

Come and experience the possibilities of individual system design in our 3D showroom!

Good reasons for using robots in pick & place applications

Pick & place robots are used in a wide range of applications in trade and industry. Robots with appropriate tools are used primarily in the electronics manufacturing and wholesale sectors. However, robot systems for picking and palletizing applications can also offer a number of advantages in the metalworking industry.

Relief for the 

human workforce

Gripping, lifting and placing heavy metal parts are so called 3D jobs (Dull - Dirty - Dangerous). This is where robots can take over the work and relieve the strain on humans.


Robots can work significantly faster than humans, especially with repetitive movement patterns. With heavy loads, e.g. sheet metal or metal rods, the speed with a robot is significantly higher compared to handling with a crane or manipulator.

Reduction of 

process failures

Process failures caused by human carelessness are avoided by robot applications. The systems work exactly according to the specifications of the respective order. Customer complaints or interruptions to the overall process are thus avoided.

Increase in


Robots enable higher speeds and therefore better utilization of the machines. At the same time, staff can devote themselves to other tasks. This increases overall productivity.