Products/Services for Mechanical Grabbing Mechanism

  • Vacuum Lifters-Image
    Vacuum Lifters - (135 companies)
    How to Select Vacuum Lifters. Vacuum lifters are types of lifting equipment that incorporate a vacuum as or as part of the lifting mechanism. They consist of a below-the-hook frame with a large vacuum pad or several smaller suction cups for grabbing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hydraulic Brakes - (149 companies)
    How to Select Hydraulic Brakes. Hydraulic brakes use a fluid to transfer pressure and actuate the braking mechanism. Product types differ in terms of engagement, operation, and performance. Performance specifications include power, speed, torque... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Printer Mechanisms - (116 companies)
    ...machine typically uses a thermal printer mechanism. Laser printer mechanisms are used in kiosks and self-service applications because of their high-speed delivery and print quality. Since a kiosk laser printer is capable of producing printouts... Learn More
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    Mechanical Clutches - (184 companies)
    ...are clutches that can often transmit more torque than other slip or overrunning devices. Ball detent clutches feature a slip mechanism in which, upon overload, seated balls are dislodged and overcome springs or air pressure engagement. Pawl clutches... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Mechanical Safety Interlock Switches - (126 companies)
    There are a number of elements to consider when selecting a mechanical safety interlock switch. These include interlocking mechanisms, materials, and environment. In an environment where frequent access is required or the probability of damage to the interlock... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mechanical Seals - (349 companies)
    Mechanical seals including mechanical face seals, bellows, gas seals, and cartridge seals. Description. Mechanical seals are designed to prevent leakage between a rotating shaft and its housing under conditions of extreme pressure, shaft speed... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mechanical Brakes - (181 companies)
    Mechanical brakes are assemblies consisting of mechanical elements for the slowing or stopping of shafts in equipment drives. Mechanical power is required to activate the brake. Image Credit: Branham, W.C. Inc. Mechanical brakes are assemblies... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mechanical Feedthroughs - (36 companies)
    Mechanical feedthroughs transmit mechanical motion through the walls of a vacuum system. Both linear and rotary feedthroughs are included in this grouping. Mechanical feedthroughs transmit mechanical motion through the walls of a vacuum system. Both... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mechanical Timers - (71 companies)
    Devices with analog clocks display time intervals accordingly. In terms of features, some mechanical timers include a combined counter/timer mechanism. Others provide an audible alarm or a dial indicator instead of rotating digits. Devices with double... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Mechanical Testing Equipment - (431 companies)
    Mechanical testing equipment covers devices used for adhesion, compression, drop (shock), tensile, vibration and fatigue testing. The growing importance of quality control and assurance in production has contributed to an increasing demand... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Slots were once relatively simple mechanical systems with three old-style spring-loaded reels supported by a shaft, which was attached to a handle. Pulling the handle sent the reels spinning until braking mechanisms inside stopped them by locking into slotted discs, also connected to the reels. By all...

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