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ROBOTIC GRIPPERS

Robotiq designs and manufactures flexible robot grippers and complimentary components for use with collaborative robots.

Product Solutions

Hand-E

Hand-E is an electric gripper ready for use with AUBO collaborative robots. Hand-E’s high accuracy and 50 mm parallel stroke make it perfect for precision assembly tasks, while its sealed design ensures reliability in the toughest manufacturing conditions.

Hand-E comes with a 3-fingertip kit so automation engineers can easily integrate the gripper in their application. Its compact and ergonomic shape makes collaborative robot hand-guiding safe and easy. A new grip check feature allows the robot to validate its grip with the part’s dimensions before starting the cycle.

2F-85

Compact and flexible, the 2F-85 2-finger robot gripper offers 85 mm of stroke and has been designed to give industrial automation the flexibility needed to automate processes including a high-mix of parts. Fully programmable, this robotic gripper can handle a wide variety of parts through three distinct gripping modes: parallel grip, encompassing grip and inside pick.

2F-140

The 2F-140 is a 2-finger large stroke electric gripper with advanced control features. 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 comes with a 140 mm programmable stroke and a 2 kg payload, ideal for high-mix pick and place operations for various industries such as electronics, consumer goods and logistics.

Force Torque sensor

Robotiq’s Force Torque Sensors give your robot the 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 on the process or part.

By installing a Force Torque Sensor on your robot, you’ll be able to reliably perform the following tasks:

  • Precision part insertion
  • Assembly and fabrication
  • Product testing