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Syringe Filling The Robotic Hand

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

Marchesini's Extrafill filling unit for nested syringes features a unique design with an robotic arm that moves just like a human hand.

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The new monobloc unit integrated with a robotic gripper moves
The new monobloc unit integrated with a robotic gripper moves "just like a human hand"
(Picture: Marchesini)

The Extrafill device can produce up to 12 thousand pieces per hour with precise batching. All production phases are integrated in one monobloc unit designed to combine the two tub opening and syringe filling/stoppering operations under just one isolator. Once loaded on the machine, the tub passes under the system that heats the lidding edges. The tub then passes the opening station where a robotic arm peels off the protective fillm, pushing it onto a loading belt.

The robot is an innovative gripper system that moves like a human hand. Both the mechanical and software of the delidding (peeling) systems have been developed with the aim of devising a specific robotised system capable of handling the product with outstanding efficiency in sterile conditions.

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