Gripper mass 0.4 kg
Number of fingers
  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5+
Gripper mass kg
Energy source
  • Electric
  • Compressed air
  • Hydraulic powered
Extra info Stroke [both sides]:16 mm (We also have 32, 48 and 64mm stroke type) Gripping force: 25~50 N Moving speed: 1~60 mm/s Gripping speed: 1~10 mm/s Repeatability: ±0.01 mm Gripper weight: 0.4 kg Power supply: DC 24V±10% Total current: 0.5 A

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Elephant Robotics Adaptive Gripper
Payload 0.15kg | Angular | Soft
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The Adaptive Gripper by Elephant Robotics is a versatile robotic end-effector that uses a soft and flexible material to adapt to the shape and size of the object being grasped. It is designed to be applicable to a variety of consumer robotic arms and can be controlled via serial communication. The gripper is capable of automatically adapting to the width of the clamping object, making it easy to use and eliminating the need for manual adjustments. The Adaptive Gripper also provides a variety of programming language control interfaces, which allows users to integrate it into their existing automation systems with ease. This makes the Adaptive Gripper suitable for a wide range of applications, such as pick-and-place operations in manufacturing, packaging, and logistics. The unique and patented design of the Adaptive Gripper allows it to grip objects gently, minimizing the risk of damage or breakage during the handling process.
Robotiq 3-Finger
Payload 10kg | Angular

4.6/5 (2)

The Robotiq 3-Finger adaptive gripper is an ideal option for maximum versatility and flexibility: picks up any object of any shape. Adapts to the object’s shape for a solid grip, so you can focus on the task and not the grasping. With force, position and speed control for each individual and 4 different grip modes, the Robotiq 3-Finger gripper can pick almost anything.
qbrobotics qb SoftClaw
Payload 3.7kg | Angular
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Zimmer HRC-01 Cooperative

2.7/5 (1)

Engineered according to BG/DGUV recommendationCertified by BG/DGUVCompletely flexible positioning of gripper jaws thanks to servo technologyBrushless drive technologySelf-locking mechanism for save handling even in E-StopDifferent drive modes like, force mode, position mode, pre-positioned force mode etc.360° LED status indicatorBidirectional communication for process-data and service-data (fieldbus open)
AGS Gripper with Jaw
Angular | Parallel | Soft

5/5 (1)

AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws, also known as GZA grippers, are designed to grip the sprue, which is the leftover plastic that is removed from a molded component. These grippers are commonly used in the plastic injection molding industry to remove the sprue from a molded part. However, they can also be used to grip the component itself, making them a versatile solution for a variety of gripping applications.One of the main advantages of AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws is the availability of different types of grippers. This allows for a custom fit for specific applications and component shapes. For example, there are grippers with curved jaws that can conform to the shape of the component, providing a secure grip. There are also grippers with straight jaws that can provide a firm grip on flat surfaces. These options provide a range of choices for different applications and can help optimize the performance of the gripper.Another advantage of AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws is that they can be a good alternative to parallel grippers. Parallel grippers work by moving the two jaws in parallel to each other to grip a component. However, in some cases, parallel grippers may not be able to provide a secure grip on irregularly shaped components. AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws, on the other hand, can be designed with jaws that can conform to the shape of the component, providing a more secure grip.In addition, AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws can be customized with a range of features to meet specific application requirements. For example, grippers can be designed with spring-loaded jaws that can compensate for variations in component size or shape. They can also be equipped with sensors to provide feedback on the gripping force or the position of the component. These features can help improve the accuracy and efficiency of the gripping process.Overall, AGS Automation's Gripper with Jaws provides a versatile and customizable solution for gripping applications in a range of industries. The availability of different types of grippers, as well as customization options, makes them a flexible choice for a variety of applications.
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Servo-electric 3-finger centric gripper with high gripping force and high maximum moment due to multi-tooth guidance.
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Aeon Robotics GmbH HandEffector (Robot hand - five-finger gripper)
Payload 1.5-2 kg
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A robotic gripper designed according to the anatomy of the human hand. The quasi-direct drive technology in the HandEffector enables a depth-sensitive sense of force to be generated, which can be used to measure the force directly in the joints. In contrast to other gripping systems with linear drives or cable pull drives, external sensors can be dispensed with and a high level of measurement accuracy can be achieved. The gripper has a total of 12 electric motors and 16 degrees of freedom (2 active + 1 passive DoF per finger, 3 DoF in the thumb, 1 DoF in the wrist) in order to be able to realistically perform different types of gripping and hand movements. The built-in belt drives ensure smooth running and precision.
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AGS Gripper System

5/5 (1)

AGS Automation's gripper system, also known as PAG impact grippers, are designed for precision picking up of inserts, bushings, rings or screws. These gripper systems come in different sizes, with varying numbers of gripper fingers and stroke sizes, making them suitable for various applications.One of the notable features of PAG impact grippers is the modular system that allows for optimal adaptation options in both the gripping and attachment directions. This means that these gripper systems can be customized to meet the specific requirements of each application.The gripper fingers of PAG impact grippers move parallel to each other and are guided by a dovetail guide, ensuring precise and stable gripping of the workpiece. This parallel movement also enables the gripper system to pick up and hold small workpieces securely.PAG impact grippers are available in both single-acting and double-acting types. The double-acting PAG grippers can be used for both internal and external gripping, while the single-acting PAG grippers are suitable for external gripping.