With a VLM, you’re minimizing use of space in your warehouse by going vertical. While other traditional solutions would use more of your facility’s footprint by branching horizontally, VLMs expand upwards, maximizing usable space in your facility and leaving room for investment opportunities in your warehouse.
With a vertical lift module, trays come out at an ergonomic height and distance from users, emphasizing the long-term safety of your employees. Tray heights can even be personalized to individual employees.
VLMs are given predefined access rights to things like trays and different functions in the machine. Only authorized users are able to access items within the system and fully utilize the machine.
Your VLM is built to last and run without any downtime—if there is, trained technicians can get you back up and running in no time. Using a rack and pinion gear system can help prevent common misalignments created by more standard belts and chains as well.
Vertical lift modules have automated monitoring of tray positions and heights, choosing the most efficient locations for each tray. Additionally, you can add various software solutions to make a more efficient machine.
Having a touch user interface with an intuitive design helps make a VLM extremely accurate. Simply input the tray number you want, and the machine will do the work for you. Again, add-ons like a laser pointer help create an even more accurate operation.