Pick to Belt

In some cases, the Pick to Belt system may directly serve a sorter for order filling. This solution is usually adopted to pick large articles or entire cartons or merchandise (sets of products in secondary packaging). The system comprises a main conveyor on which the picker positions the cartons picked from a set of pallets.…

Technology – SLS System

The advantages of an SLS system are not just limited to a greater load unit handling capacity or the flexibility of raised routes. SLS devices are also interesting in terms of the cost profile. Compared to traditional handling systems, the SLS system requires particularly few control components. Even energy consumption I less; just think of…

SLS Cabin

As for other CASSIOLI shuttle configurations, the modular structure of the SLS Cabin system allows for easy system expansion. In some work environments, the load unit follows a route located above the operator work areas: for maximum safety, the SLS Cabin system guarantees that objects cannot accidentally fall off the handling line. The automatic cabin…

SLS Multi Load

The maximum handling capacity of an SLS system is reached with the SLS Multi Load configuration: the shuttles can simultaneously handle two or more pieces to maximize handling flow. The single loads carried by the shuttles may be loaded or unloaded at the same in/out point (for example, an AS/R infeed or outfeed or an…

SLS Heavy Load

The SLS Heavy Load system is particularly designed for heavy loads of up to 1500 kg. The SLS Heavy Load shuttle moves on two rails that may be positioned both on the ground or raised off the ground. As for other models, the SLS Heavy Load shuttle can obtain dynamic balancing in the work areas…

SLS Basic

SLS Basic is the standard configuration, ideal for handling loads up to 600 kg. The single-rail solution and the particularly lightweight shuttle structure allows for routes with a minimal curvature radius (1.600 m). As for all vehicles in the SLS family, the Standard version also has its significant advantages as compared to traditional conveyor solutions,…

CASSIOLI AGV Technology

The possibility of intervening on work route configurations is the factor that has essentially determined the widespread use of automated carts. Control. When it comes to scheduling and routing, CASSIOLI control systems monitor all information regarding vehicle positioning and status, as well as requests being received by the production system. In any given situation, the…

Automatic Guided Carts – AGC

When it comes to light industry, Automatic Guided Carts (AGCs) may be the most cost-effective solution in CASSIOLI's suite of automated vehicles. CASSIOLI AGCs are designed to handle light, small-to-medium-sized loads, particularly in light industrial settings. The simplified navigation system and less sophisticated mechatronics of AGCs as compared to other AGV vehicles make them the…

Specific AGVs and LGVs

Our unerring effort to customize our systems to meet specific customer needs has allowed CASSIOLI to make a name for itself all over the world. When it comes to AGVs, we’ve designed our equipment for a broad range of applications: unusually heavy payloads, odd shaped objects, even robot-equipped vehicles. Over the years, CASSIOLI has built…

Fork AGV – LGV

Handling of forkable load units at different heights entails the use of a fork system that can carry one or more pallets simultaneously. CASSIOLI offers two kinds of fork-loading, automatic guided vehicles, which differ based on the position of the non-drive wheels. Our technicians can help you define the best configuration based on the physical…