After product development reaches its final stage, then begins one of the most exciting and rewarding stages, benchmarking. Testing the performance and toughness of servo gripper is crucial to ensure we meet the required specs and provide the highest degree of reliability required for industrial automation. Last month the Robotiq engineering team was at CRVI (Robotics Center and Industrial Vision) to test our new products, the 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper - 200 (Get the data sheet, click here). [...]Read More
- Flexible electric grippers with fingers that adapt to any shape.
- Precise control and straightforward integration on a wide range of robots.
Adaptive Robot Hand
Robot Hand for Robotic Arms
Robotic Parallel Gripper
Robotics industry news and applications Robotiq blog
To continue the collaborative robot series: this time we look at the Light Weight Robot 4+ (LWR 4+) from KUKA. LWR 4+ : An Introduction Kuka has targeted the needs of emerging clients by developing the solution of a flexible and sensitive robot : the LWR 4+. Their new product’s housing is entirely enclosed and made of aluminium. It contains all the necessary components; such as motors, wires and sensors. This arm has 7 degrees of freedom which gives the LWR 4+ greater flexibility and precision than the more common 6-axis robots. [...]Read More
The next review for our Collaborative Robots Series is for Universal Robots. Introduction, key features and challenges are examined. Universal Robots: An Introduction Universal Robots is a Danish company that entered the market with a new vision for robotics. When the industry is surrounded by big, heavy and expensive robots, they decided to provide low-cost, flexible and easy-to-use automation solutions for all kinds of companies. Whether you are a small company making small batches or a large company with a huge manufacturing process, robots from Universal could be a good fit for you. [...]Read More