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Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: MANIPULATING INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS - AUTOMATIC END EFFECTOR SYSTEMS - VOCABULARY AND PRESENTATION OF CHARACTERISTICSShow More
Supplier: Stäubli Corporation
Description: change end-effectors or other peripheral tooling Quick and safe tool changer Quick and safe tool change with automatic connection of fluids, electrics and data systems on industrial robots and handling devices... Compact light weight reduced overall size interface to ISO norm Proximity switches
- Power Supplied: Pneumatic
- Applications: Assembly, Food / Beverage / Washdown, Machining / Grinding / Finishing, Material Handling, Pick and Place, Other
- Pay Load or Weight: 70.4 lbs
Supplier: Progressive Automations
Description: most commonly used in robotics, manufacturing and industrial, marine automation, hobby and more. This actuator comes in forces of 200 lbs and 400 lbs with speeds of 0.59”/sec and 0.94”/sec. Strokes available are 2-24”. Every PA-02 that you see in our dropdown menu is available
- Device Type: Rodless
- Actuation Type: Electrical
- Stroke or X-Axis Travel: 1 to 40 inch
- Rated Speed: 0.5900 to 0.9400 in/sec
Standards and Technical Documents - Manipulating industrial robots -- Automatic end effector exchange systems -- Vocabulary and presentation of characteristics -- ISO 11593:1996
Description: Defines terms relevant to automatic end effector exchange systems used for manipulating industrial robots. The terms are presented by their symbol, unit, definition and description. The definition includes references to existing standards.Show More
Description: construction encloses all cable routing to eliminate snagging and absolute serial encoders eliminate the need for calibration at power-up. Upright or invert mounting positions are possible with no robot modifications. Features: End effector connector built into the wrist Integral, internally
- Type: Articulated Robot
- Number of Axes: 6 #
- Load Capacity: 6.62 lbs
- Reach: 27.56 inch
Supplier: Bosch Packaging Technology, Inc.
Description: designed robotic end effectors to pick up your product and feed it in either single or multiple products per flight. Features: Accepts randomly oriented incoming product on a wide flat belt conveyor with standard vision system. Advanced high speed tracking allows for continuous production flow
- Type: Parallel Robot (e.g., Hexapod)
- Drive System: Electric
- Number of Axes: 4 #
- Applications: Material Handling (e.g., Loading/Unloading, Palletizing), Packaging
Description: , chemical and industrial instrumentation, telecommunication equipments, renewable energy installations, building and residential door, window, ventilation, light and robotic automation, banking and office machinery, health care automation, production automation, naval and marine installations, mining
- Motor Type: DC Motor
- Orientation: In-line, Single-ended
- Shaft Size: 0.1250 inch
- Shaft Speed: 13000 rpm
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Traction-drive seven degrees-of-freedom telerobot arm: A concept for manipulation in space
Good industrial robot End effector speed 1 m/s Friction 1 to 5% of capacity (at expense of increased backlash) Medium to low backlash .
An approach for obtaining unique kinematic solutions of a spherical parallel manipulator
Among numerous types of parallel manipulators, spherical parallel manipulators (SPMs) can be applied for designing orientation wrist platforms for industrial robot end effectors , solar or parabolic antenna orientation systems, medical and rehabiliation robots –.
Development of a multi-fingered robot hand with fingertip tactile sensors
However, this type of hand cannot be used in the same way as an industrial robot end effector , since it is difficult to attach it to the robot automatically.
Development of a monocular vision system for robotic drilling
Industrial robot End - effector Drill .
Position control of a velocity controlled robot with compliant end effector using modal decoupling
The key for the application of the ISF approach to an in- dustrial robot with end effector compliance is modal .
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Angelidis, A. and Vosniakos, G.-C., “Prediction and Compensation of Relative Position Error Along Industrial Robot End - Effector Paths,” Int. J. Precis.
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In most cases, position control is appropriate when the industrial robot application is not requiring a compliant system to solve, but when any contact is made between the industrial robot end - effector and the environment, such as grinding, polishing, deburring, assembly and …
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Right: Kuka industrial robot end - eﬀector .
Design and control of integrated pneumatic dexterous robot finger
Earlier conventional industrial robot end - effectors had simple structure and were limited to one degree of freedom (DOF), which restricted the development and application of robots .
Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation, Second Edition > Robot End-Effectors
Most of the industrial robot end - effectors are passive in the sense that they do not have any 'feeling'.