Robotiq designs and manufactures flexible robot grippers and complementary components for use with collaborative robots. Robotiq strives to simplify collaborative robot applications to mitigate their inherent expense and complexity. The Robotiq brand helps factories start producing faster, reduce manual labor demands, eliminate repetitive tasks and further their overall growth.
Robotiq Hand-E Gripper is a reliable gripper tool for collaborative robot hand-guiding. This plug-and-play solution withstands harsh manufacturing conditions, ideal for industrial applications like precision assembly, quality testing, machine tending, and pick and place. Hand-E is an electric gripper ready for use with Universal Robots collaborative robots.
The robot uses grip check to validate its grip with the part’s dimensions before starting the cycle. Hand-E comes with a three-fingertip kit so automation engineers can easily integrate the gripper into their application.
The 2F-85 2-finger robot gripper has been designed to give industrial automation the flexibility needed to automate processes, including a high mix of parts. This robotic gripper can handle a wide variety of parts through three distinct gripping modes — parallel grip, encompassing grip and inside pick.
The Robotiq 2F-85 gripper is made for collaborative robots and can complete virtually any application in quality testing, machine tending, assembly, and pick and place.
The 2F-140 is a 2-finger large stroke electric gripper. It is able to detect that a part has been picked, as well as pick soft, fragile or deformable parts without crushing them while maintaining a safe grip when the robot is moving.
The new Gripper is ideal for high-mix pick and place operations for various industries such as electronics, consumer goods and logistics. Use the Robotiq 2F-140 gripper for collaborative robots for applications with a fast time to production. You can program this gripper even with minimal knowledge about robotics.
Robotiq’s Force Torque Sensors give your robot a sense of touch. Because it’s a digital signal, the Force Torque Sensor is not affected by surrounding noise and provides a stable, precise measurement of force applied to the process or part.
This sensor lets you automate advanced force-sensitive applications using easy programming that does not require robotics expertise to set up. By installing a Force Torque Sensor on your robot, you’ll be able to reliably perform the following tasks:
The 3-Finger Gripper is ideal for advanced manufacturing and advanced robotic research since it will pick up any object of any shape. The 3-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper has been designed to match Universal Robots in terms of payload, flexibility and user-friendliness. This robot hand has also been designed to make its installation and programming with Universal Robots easily accessible for everyone.
Fingers adapt to the object's shape
Ability to control fingers separately
Pinch, wide, scissor and basic mode grip types
Fits on the Universal Robot arm for compatibility with products from most industrial robot manufacturers
Reliable grip from the robot allows users to focus on the task
Feedback from each finger for precision
Plug-and-play capability for quick and simple robot installation and programming
Robotiq vacuum grippers are ready for use with the e-Series generation of robots from Universal Robots. Two models are available:
EPick: EPick operates without an air supply, which makes it highly mobile. The EPick gets easily connected to the cobot wrist.
AirPick: The AirPick vacuum gripper is low noise, has a powerful flow, and has a compact design for cobots.
These vacuum grippers can handle a wide range of applications accordingly. They are ideal for picking up even as well as uneven workpieces made of different materials such as cardboard, glass, dry sheet metal and plastic. Use Robotiq vacuum grippers for palletizing, machine tending, assembly, and pick and place.
Fully customizable options
Unique air nodes
Gain full control over your gripper
Easy and efficient automation
Quick response time
Plug and play for easy programming and fast installation
Robotiq Screwdriving Solution is designed to fix changeover issues. Within five minutes, the solution can be reconfigured for alternate production. You can deploy this solution on a cobot in a robotic screwdriving application, even if you have no robotics experience.
Robotiq Screwdriving URCap simplifies programming and takes only minutes to set up with these three steps:
Toolbar: Use the UR Toolbar to use, test and control the screwdriver functions.
Pick command: The pick command can automatically detect if a screw is ready to be picked and the space in front of the feeder is clear.
Screwdriving command: This command has force-sensing capabilities.
Automates the force-sensing capabilities
Automates the communication between the screwdriver, screw feeder, robot and vacuum technology
Robotiq’s Sanding Kit makes integrating the hardware and software components for a sanding application with a collaborative robot effortless. Supported materials include wood, plastic, metal, fiberglass, solid surface, and carbon fiber.
The Robotiq Sanding Kit includes:
Air control accessories
Quick start guide
Built-in path generator teaches six waypoints to generate a complete path
Maximum air supply of 90 PSI
5-inch pad diameter
3/16-inch orbit diameter
12,000-rpm maximum speed
Hook-and-loop style media with five holes
Reduce programming time from hours to minutes
Ensure consistent force is applied at each cycle
Automate sanding tasks
Increase quality and productivity
Reduce worker injury
The only hardware and software solution for Universal Robots
Robotiq's Wrist Camera brings a plug-and-play vision for Universal Robots. This product is made for industrial applications with Universal Robots, including assembly, pick and place, and machine tending. The programming software installs the Wrist Camera on a Universal Robot arm quickly, making it easy to integrate and use in your processes.
Simple object teaching interface
Autonomous location of objects on work surface
Create a visual model for any part
Barcode and 2D code reading
Hardware and software designed specifically for Universal Robots
5-minute setup time
No coding required
Adapt quickly to task and workplane changes
Operate with any expertise level
Force CoPilot is an intuitive software to operate Universal Robots e-Series’ embedded force torque sensor. It accelerates the programming of a whole host of applications, including part insertion and surface finding. Its sensing functions increase flexibility and reliability in machine-tending, assembly, finishing, and pick-and-place applications.
The e-Series Force CoPilot by Robotiq uses embedded force torque sensor data to perform force-sensitive tasks. A license dongle secures the URCap software.
Embedded force torque sensor data
Nodes for path recording, insertion, find surface, force control and more
Program complex tasks
Unlock force-sensitive applications
Increase robot-cell reliability and flexibility
Unleash your force torque sensor's full potential
Master force control in no time
Increase your machine’s capacity and reduce downtime with an easy to use Robotiq machine tending solution that does the work for you. Create programs 75% faster than with traditional programming, thanks to guidance on setting key waypoints and simple action menus.
Robotiq’s solution delivers peace of mind that your machines will always be running. Increase your production hours and reduce downtime with an easy-to-use solution that does the work for you.
Robotiq’s mission is to free human hands from repetitive tasks. Their tools and know-how simplify collaborative robot applications, allowing users to set up new robotic applications quickly and start production faster.
The engineering team at Gibson Engineering can help you find the best Robotiq gripper for your application and implement it. We understand the programming required for Robotiq Hand-E grippers and other products, so we'll provide the support and training you need. Contact Gibson Engineering to get started today!