2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper

The 2-Finger Gripper is easy to integrate and easy to use in all automation cells in your factory. It handles parts of various sizes and shapes.

Applications

The 2-Finger Gripper is ideal for Pick and Place, Machine Tending, Assembly and Quality testing. With 2 different grip strokes and high adaptivity, this gripper can accomplish many different tasks.

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Quality testing

Machine Tending

Assembly

Pick & Place

Gripper Features

Adaptive gripper

2 different grip strokes configurations

Plug + Play

Install and program your robot in a few minutes with our Gripper URCap
2-Finger 85
2-Finger 140
Gripper opening 0 to 85 mm 0 to 3.3 in 0 to 140 mm 0 to 5.5 in
Object diameter for encompassing grip 43 to 85 mm 1.7 to 3.3 in 90 to 140 mm 3.5 to 5.5 in
Gripper weight with mechanical coupling 900 g 2 lbs 1000 g 2.2 lbs
Maximum recommended payload 5 kg 11 lbs 2.5 kg 5.5 lbs
Grip force 20 to 235 N 1.1 to 49.45 lbf 10 to 125 N 2.2 to 24.7 lbf

Gripper opening

2-Finger 85:
0 to 85 mm 0 to 3.3 in
2-Finger 140:
0 to 140 mm 0 to 5.5 in

Object diameter for encompassing grip

2-Finger 85:
43 to 85 mm 1.7 to 3.3 in
2-Finger 140:
90 to 140 mm 3.5 to 5.5 in

Gripper weight with mechanical coupling

2-Finger 85:
900 g 2 lbs
2-Finger 140:
1000 g 2.2 lbs

Maximum recommended payload

2-Finger 85:
5 kg 11 lbs
2-Finger 140:
2.5 kg 5.5 lbs

Grip force

2-Finger 85:
20 to 235 N 1.1 to 49.45 lbf
2-Finger 140:
10 to 125 N 2.2 to 24.7 lbf
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Easy to integrate, easy to use

You don’t need a background in robotics to use the 2-Finger Gripper. It installs in minutes on the Universal Robot arm, and our Gripper UR+ makes its configuration and programming fast and intuitive.

We also offer pre-built program templates for the most common applications that can be automated with Universal Robots.

Don’t start from scratch, download our program templates and save valuable time.

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Get feedback from your Adaptive Gripper like part detection and object size

The 2-Finger Adaptive Gripper offers Plug + Play integration with all Universal Robots models. Using the embedded URCap software for Universal Robots, you have full control over the Gripper, without writing a line of code.

Control Gripper force, speed and movements from the visual interface

Having full control over the gripper means you can adjust its position, speed and force so that it grips your object perfectly. Even with deformable or fragile objects, the 2-Finger Adaptive Gripper enables you to optimize your grip.

Dual 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper

Use up to four Grippers on one Universal Robot arm and take your cycle times down a notch. The multiple gripper configuration is a perfect fit for machine tending tasks, such as a CNC machine or an ICT machine.

DoF posts

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Kenny

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Blog posts

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