AccuPick 3DSmart Bin Picking

Industrial Automation Software

AccuPick 3D Product Description

AccuPick transforms robotic material handling with its innovative few-shot learning AI, which swiftly and accurately identifies thousands of SKUs with minimal learning time, even for specific picking points or orientations. This efficiency establishes AccuPick as the trusted solution for managing the diverse array of products in modern warehouses and logistics centers, enhancing operational workflows and overall efficiency.

AccuPick 3D Features

Compatible open platform

Graphic-based interface

Industry leading AI and 3D vision

Collision-free motion planning

Auto labeling

No more CAD files

AccuPick 3D Compatibility

logos of robot 20 brands AccuPick 3D is compatible: Universal Robots, Kawasaki, Staubli. Yasakawa, Mecademic, Denso, ABB, Kuka, Fanuc, Mitsubishi, Nachi, Doosan, Omron, Toshiba Machine, OTC, Yamaha, Aubo, TM, Epson, and Rethink Rebotics

Open platform compatible with over 20 robot brands

What is Material Handling with 3D Vision?

Solomon’s 3D vision systems tackle the constraints of traditional robots by providing them with ‘eyes’ (vision), while AI serves as their ‘brain’ (intelligence). With these human-like perception abilities, robots can now accomplish intricate tasks that were once beyond automation within factories and warehouses.

yellow forklift truck inside a warehouse

Logistics and Warehousing

cardboard boxes on a conveyor inside a distribution center


cardboard boxes on a conveyor being picking by a UR robot arm


plastic bottles on a green conveyor

Food and Beverage

Automated Bin Picking Random or Complex Objects

AccuPick 3D utilizes AI image processing to overcome difficulties that regular vision systems encounter, especially when dealing with object shape, material, or size.

Soft or deformable objects

Transparent or reflective objects

Irregular objects with holes, protrusions, etc.

Complex patterns or backgrounds

Small, thin objects up to 0.5 mm

Overlapping objects

AccuPick 3D Case Studies

assorted plastic parts

Plastic Parts Semi-structured Bin Picking

close up of switchgear in a smart factory

Steel Parts Bin Picking

new car engine

Shiny Metal Parts Bin Picking

a new commercial aircraft airframe being assembled in a hangar

Small Parts Bin Picking

a stack of textile spindles behind a yellow robot arm

Glass Fiber Bobbin De-racking

automated automotive kitting and assembly line

Kitting and Assembly Line Automation

AccuPick 3D Specifications

3D TechnologyStructured Light
Pixels2.3 M
Camera Resolution1920 x 1200
Field of View**285 x 195–1050 x 810 mm
Working Distance**450–2000 mm
Spatial Resolution*0.24–2.6 mm
Scanning TimeMinimum: 0.3 sec
Scanning TechnologyStatic
Projector Light SourceLED
InterfaceUSB 3.0
Dimensions363 x 202 x 120 mm (L-W-H)
PowerInput: 100–240V AC / 50–60Hz
Output: 12V DC / 8.5A, 102W
AccuPick Input12V DC / 7A
Weight3 kg
Operating Temperature0–40°C / 32–104℉
*Not applicable to transparent objects or objects with over 50% light reflection rate

Hardware Requirements

Operating System: Windows 10 (64-bit) (RAM: minimum 16GB, recommended 32GB)
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1070 (recommended >8GB)

3D Scanner Field of View (FOV)

infographic showing 3D scanner Field of View for SLM 3DRBP-0231C, SLM 3DRBP-0501C, SLM 3DTFK-0100C, and SLM SVRBP-0092C