Products/Services for Counterboring End-effector

  • Drilling and Tapping End Effectors-Image
    Drilling and Tapping End Effectors - (11 companies)
    ...and counter-boring. End effectors constructed for drilling and tapping perform machining of holes and threads in targeted materials. In addition to fulfilling these requirements, the units offer supplementary capabilities, including pressure sensing...
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    Counterbores - (194 companies)
    Counterbores are tools for cutting recessed holes in a workpiece, typically on center with a smaller hole. Counterbores are also used for spot facing. Counterbores are tools for cutting recessed holes in a workpiece, typically on center...
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    Robotic Deburring Tools - (18 companies)
    Robotic deburring tools are robotic end-effectors for removing burrs, flashing, and other unwanted edge properties caused by cutting or machining. Robotic Deburring Tools Information. Robotic deburring tools are robotic end-effectors for removing...
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    Robot Repair Services - (27 companies)
    ...offer repair and maintenance to mechanical assemblies, hydraulics, electrical components, ball screws, servomotors, encoders, wiring harnesses, and circuit boards. Robot repair services also offer repair to robotic end effectors, grippers, robotic...
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    Gripper Products - (24 companies)
    ...or surface-mounted for use as a rest pad. When installed in a hole, round grippers should project 50 - 100% of the serration height for maximum effectiveness. For blind-hole installation, round grippers also come in counterbored configurations. Square...
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    Robotic Tool Changers - (39 companies)
    Robotic tool changers attach various working tools to the end of a robots arm.
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    Drill Bits - (1172 companies)
    Drill bits are drill accessories that are used as rotary cutting tools for drilling holes.
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    Grippers - (249 companies)
    Grippers activate jaws or fingers to pick up, hold, or move work pieces in an automated or robotic system.
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    Screws - (1351 companies)
    A screw is a wide-encompassing type of hardware fastener that attributes its mechanical capabilities to the helical groove that extends around the circumference of the device's shank. These threads provide the friction and traction that serves a screw's purpose: to assemble or position two workpieces in relation to each other. While used synonymously, screws and bolts are not mechanical clones.
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    Vacuum Manipulators - (56 companies)
    ...or position wafer or items in specialized vacuum chambers and for material handling applications. They provide increased flexibility because rigid links are not used. Some vacuum manipulators include mounting devices or end-effectors. Others include...
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  • ZSCMA2010P307
    An off-the-shelf commercial robot, with some modifications and a special drilling end effector , is used to drill holes in the control surface shown in Fig. 11.12. Back counterboring .
  • http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/40345/16411237-MIT.pdf?sequence=2
    The speed at which robots perform assembly tasks depends upon robot acceleration, deceleration, top speed, servo loop bandwidth, manipulator vibration settling time, firmness of end effector grip, and limiting speeds when mating parts. … mm) centers. with each hole having a 0.375 inch (9.5 mm) counterbore to a depth …
  • Structural Composite Materials
    An off-the-shelf commercial robot, with some modifications and a special drilling end effector , is used to drill holes in the control surface shown in Fig. 11.12. Fig. 11.10 Back counterboring .
  • Impedance Control: An Approach to Manipulation
    … class of manufacturing operations fall into this category: examples include drilling, reaming, routing, counterboring , grinding, bending, chipping … Most of our work to date [1-3,5,9-14] has focused on controlling the impedance of a manipulator as seen at i'ts "port of interaction" with the environment, its end effector .