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Bin Picking

pocket references​

Every two years, Euclid Labs is proud to organize an event in connection with Automatica’s trade show in Munich. Everyone interested in advanced robotics, automation, and computer vision can join, share and enjoy three talks about a crucial topic in an informal environment. This little book was written and realized for “The Future of Robot Programming” event on Tuesday, 19th June 2018. As CEO of Euclid Labs, I take the chance to thank my Team that works hard to make the event successful and all the participants that make this possible.

Moonflower Blue


Moonflower Blue software is our most accurate product for 3D parts Random Bin Picking. Moonflower Blue is intended to pick parts, stacked or randomly mixed, from a box or a pallet starting from a CAD drawing of the object. Using Euclid Labs Cell Editor it is possible to define robots and sensors and design your own layout. Moonflower has been already installed successfully on Kuka, Fanuc, Yaskawa, Stäubli, Estun, Denso, Comau, Hyundai, Kawasaki, and Universal Robot but it can easily extend its ethernet communication protocol to other robot brands.

3D parts random bin picking
software for developing, simulating and starting up robot workcells



MARS is a software tool for developing, simulating and starting up robot workcells minimizing the commissioning time. The user can develop robotic applications of “pick, inspect, place/palletize” even without deep knowledge of robot programming and vision thanks to a high-level programming language, independent from the robot, scanner and camera brand.



Obelisk is an offline programming software for press brake robot workcells enables you to simulate the whole bending process and program them from your office. Obelisk increases the efficiency of the workcell reducing off time for tool setup, gripper design, and robot programming.

Offline programming software for press brake robot workcells
Stereo vision camera for detecting shiny parts



Nak3D is a stereo vision camera developed by Euclid Labs for detecting parts, especially shiny ones, that are not visible to other sensors.

The simple and essential design makes it lightweight and at the same time the perfect solution to solve cases of bin picking (random or structured) in the worst conditions such us: oiled parts with bright surfaces, boxes with plastic bags, and boxes with reflective walls.

Automatica Euclid Labs’ Event


In the past few years, Euclid Labs hosted the most exclusive events during Automatica, the Leading Exhibition for Smart Automation and Robotics.

-The Future of Robot Programming (2018).

-Executive BBQ with a Robot, how 3D Vision is Changing Manufacturing (2016).

See the pictures of the events by downloading the brochure.

Automatica, the Leading Exhibition for Smart Automation and Robotics.
3D Vision and Robotics news



“Brave New Robotics” is one of Euclid Labs – 3D Vision and Robotics’ biggest news for Automatica 2022!
Inside you will find:

– Exclusive technical articles on robotics.

– Unmissable theme paths for visiting Automatica.

– An interview of Alexander Zak, Director of Research and Development Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics at Magna International.

– A case study featuring Gi.Di. Meccanica on the adoption of 3D vision.

– A dedicated section for discovering automatica’s 2022 most compelling and groundbreaking exhibitors, Basler AG, Keenon Robotics, Z-LASER, Mecademic Robotics, and PIA Automation.

– And much more.