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Robotic grippers are mechanical or electromechanical devices that enable robots to grasp and manipulate objects. They are essential in many automated industrial processes, such as sorting, packaging, assembly, and material handling.
There are several types of robotic grippers, each suited to specific tasks:
- The most common grippers are the jaw-type grippers that use jaws to grasp objects.
- Vacuum grippers are used to grasp flat and smooth objects, such as sheets of paper or solar panels.
- Magnetic grippers are used to grasp ferromagnetic objects.
- Hook grippers are used to grasp irregular or bulky objects.
Robotic grippers are often equipped with sensors to detect objects' position, shape, and texture. Some grippers also have cameras to allow robots to see what they are grasping.
Robotic grippers are essential in enabling robots to work autonomously in complex and dynamic environments. They can be programmed to grasp objects of different sizes and shapes and can be used to perform repetitive or dangerous tasks for humans.
There are 5 products.
Designed for precision assembly in industrial environments, the RG2-FT collaborative gripper includes both force/torque and proximity sensors for ultra-secure handling.
The Robotis RH-P12-RN-UR Hand is an industrial gripper designed to adapt to the UR e-Series collaborative robot arms. It combines strength, a light weight, precision and adaptability for use in many robotic and industrial settings.
This gripper, designed for use with the Unitree Robotics Z1 robot arm, can lift a wide variety of objects.