Choose Your Chuck

Maximum Configurability to Support Your Operation


CHUCK

CHUCK+


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Empowering Operators and Associates

  • Capacity: up to 6 levels for a total of 44.6 ft2 / 4.1 m2 of workspace and handles a payload of up to 200 lbs / 90.7 kg. Each level has up to 7.44 ft2 / 0.69 m2 of workspace.
  • Compliance: patent-pending safety system is CE compliant and has received UL and CSA certifications.
  • Usability: globally recognized lighting, images and prompts accelerates training and directs associates through their tasks.

Configurations

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Pick direct to outbound carton

Pick to multiple tote and outbound carton sizes, plus storage canopy* for accessories and trash

GOH picking
(Garment on Hanger)


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Support for mixed picking methods: discrete, batch, cluster, zone

Configurable up to 6 levels

Support for mobile printing, ladders, accessories and other pick face activities



* Canopy area can be used to carry empty boxes, ladders and other supplies to eliminate in-assignment disruptions. The canopy has a weight capacity of 25 lbs / 11.3 kg. It is made of an industrial nylon mesh that stretches over the top of Chuck.

Configurations

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Pick direct to outbound carton

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Pick to multiple tote and outbound carton sizes, plus storage canopy* for accessories and trash

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GOH picking (Garment on Hanger)

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Support for mixed picking methods: discrete, batch, cluster, zone

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Configuration for up to 6 levels

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Support for mobile printing, ladders and accessories to support pick face activities

* Canopy area can be used to carry empty boxes, ladders and other supplies to eliminate in-assignment disruptions. The canopy has a weight capacity of 25 lbs / 11.3 kg. It is made of an industrial nylon mesh that stretches over the top of Chuck.
WEBINAR
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Optimize Fulfillment with Collaborative Robotic Picking

There’s been a lot of buzz around collaborative robotic picking in warehouses. So, we recently joined forces with DHL and MMH to try to define collaborative robotics and answer the most pressing questions.

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