Zimmer SERIES GHK6000 Pricing & Product Details

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SERIES GHK6000 Overview

What is SERIES GHK6000?

  • Securing the workpiece in case of drop in pressure above clamping element on the condition of a positive gripper jaw design
  • Dimensions based on GH6000 series standard gripper
  • Long stroke, up to 200 mm per jaw
  • Stable T-slot guide, guided completely along the entire length of the housing
  • For gripper fingers with a length of up to 600 mm
  • Compact design, through stacked cylinder and guide

What are the specifications of SERIES GHK6000?

Operation type
  • Angular
  • Parallel
  • Vacuum
  • Palletizer
  • Magnetic
  • Adhesive
  • Soft
  • Radial
  • Centric

2-JAW PARALLEL GRIPPERS WITH LONG STROKE Reviews

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Valentin Hendrik

HDVisionSystems

Oct 19, 2022

  • Overall

    2.7/5

  • Meet Requirements

    4/5

  • Easy to Use

    4/5

  • Quality of Documentation

    3/5

  • Quality of Support

    2/5

  • Maintenance & Uptime

    3/5

  • Safety

    2/5

  • Compatibility

    3/5

  • Value for Money

    2/5

  • Recommendation

    2/5

  • Compatibility with Cobot/Robot

    2/5

Period
  • 2022
Robot
Universal Robot 5 CB-Series
Title
The task was to place products on trays and remove them from the trays. Increased precision had to be maintained. The gripper was used because a certain position had to be maintained both when approaching the gripping point and when letting go. In addition, very long gripper jaws had to be used for the product. However, these gripper jaws had to be custom-made.
Pro
Once the gripper was in operation, Zimmer's in-house program made it easy to teach the position. The gripping force and the position when spreading the jaws was also very easy to program. Error messages could be read out directly in the program, so that the manual did not have to be read through every time with cryptic error codes. Product support was available.
Con
The gripper was simply much too heavy for a cobot application. The gripper alone weighed around 4 or 5 kg, so that the robot constantly generated errors. In addition, the gripper was so large that the robot constantly drove into itself or parts of the gripper. Only with great effort and many intermediate positions could this be avoided. The electrical installation was also, due to the fact that a CB-Series robot was used, not as easy as with an E-Series UR robot. An additional power supply unit had to be used, as well as more complex cabling. For this installation, a technician was provided by phone for one hour.

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