Mechanical End-of-Arm Tooling(16 companies)
Mechanically actuated, servo-driven gripper tools affixed to a robotic arm that use force to collect, lift and release items and perform other functions such as assembly.
ATI Industrial Automation
ATI Industrial Automation is an engineering-based developer of robotic accessories and robot arm tooling. ATI’s product line includes automatic tool changers, multi-axis force/torque sensing systems, utility couplers, material removal tools, and related equipment. Featured prorobot end-effector products from ATI Industrial Automation include cobot-ready end-effector kits.
B&B Packaging Technologies, L.P.
Tooling for B&B’s Robotic LEAP (Line Extension Automated Packaging) is custom designed for combination bag/sack packing and case and slip sheet manipulation. LEAP is an innovative development to automate the packaging process of bags and pouches into cardboard boxes. With B&B’s simple user interface and software, no special programming skill-set required to properly configure pack patterns.
BluePrint Automation (BPA)
BluePrint Automation provides 3-D printed end-of-arm tooling for integration into an existing BPA-supplied robotic end-of-line packaging solution, from concept to production floor in hours. 3-D printed end-of-arm tooling allows for a variety of packaged and naked products to be packed on the same line.
Cavanna Packaging USA
Cavanna designs, manufactures and tests its own toolings from its CARTESIO robotics division. End- of-arm tooling (EOT) equipment is tested on a wide installed base, and also on 3D simulation, bench testing and reliability trials. EOT equipment is designed for easy changeover and a recipe-driven approach. Smart tags reduce failures and boost vertical start-ups after any changeover.
Coval Vacuum Technology, Inc.
COVAL develops customized, on-demand vacuum gripper solutions for automated applications in various sectors throughout the production chain in packaging, food processing and plastic processing. From components for vacuum automation to complete grippers for robots, COVAL’s products are used in a range of applications from the individual handling of objects to complete end-of-line layer palletization.
DMM Packaging, Inc.
DMM Packaging offers end of arm tooling (EOT) with a wide array of end effectors to tackle difficult tasks and increase output without increasing labor. Vacuum and mechanical EOT can be included in the double or single wide Almond Palletizer. EOT on this palletizer can stack quickly without interrupting production, running up to 10 cycles/min. The EOT for this palletizing system helps it successfully achieve repeatable precision stacks.
Gimatic's end-of-arm tooling for robots includes suction cups, vacuum pumps, sensors, and related accessories. These tools allow Gimatic’s customers to handle different objects in various industrial sectors with low energy consumption and reduced downtime.
Marchant Schmidt, Inc.
Robotics used in direct food contact applications have special hygienic requirements. Marchant Schmidt specializes in ultra-hygienic designs, from conveyors to custom end-of-arm tooling used in robotic handling operations for cheese and other foods. Marchant Schmidt partners with Staubli Robotics to build end-of-arm tooling with stainless steel instead of aluminum and avoid catch points that could harbor bacteria. Even the routing of cables and hoses is critically important when designing ultra-hygienic end-of-armm tooling.
MWA manufactures custom robotic machinery engineered specifically to meet its customers' product demands. MWA's products include end effectors used as tooling for robotic applications in material handling, tote loading and unloading, tray loading, as well as other robotic packaging and palletizing applications.
ONExia designs and builds custom end-of-arm tooling and grippers for robotic applications that require multiple picks or multi-stage functionality within a single movement.
Pester USA Inc.
End-arm-tooling from Pester can handle applications ranging from insertion of pallets with filled plastic trays in depalletizers to pick-up of trays and carpules via robotic tray loading. Arms feature position control via camera, including rejection function.
RōBEX’s engineering team can design and manufacture any in-plant material handling equipment needed in-house, including custom end-of-arm tooling (EOT) for cobots and robots to perform their tasks. RōBEX is an authorized FANUC integrator that designs and manufactures robotic systems for depalletizing, palletizing, pick-and-place, and case packing and machine tending.
ROI Industries Group, Inc.
ROI offers custom-tailored end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) options that are meant to work jointly with its line of PALLETPOD products. ROI’s EOAT products include custom layer grippers, multi-zone layer grippers, mechanical grippers, vacuum grippers, and other options designed to meet palletizing and other business needs while helping companies maximize profits. Optional tool changers can be added to efficiently use multiple EOATs in a single POD.
Schubert North America LLC
Schubert end-of-arm tools are designed to handle a wide range of products and packages. Schubert’s tool development experts draw on their many years of expertise in designing modular grippers and suction cups that meet current as well as future requirements factoring in product and size changes. Pick-and-place robotic tools handle and load products and packages of all sizes ranging from small tubes, fragile cookies, cakes and pastries to shrink wrapped multipacks and multipack trays. Other applications for Schubert’s tooling include erecting of folding boxes, folding cases and carton blanks; filling liquids; and closing of boxes, tubes, cans and cups.
The mGrip modular gripping system from Soft Robotics is a suite of configurable soft grippers and controller products that enables reliable, high-speed picking of traditionally hard-to-grasp items in the food processing industry. mGrip’s proven soft gripper technology allows robots to safely and efficiently pick and pack food products while also increasing throughput and efficiency.
Yaskawa America, Inc., Motoman Robotics Division
Motoman has a dedicated in-house tooling group within its Automation Group that provides custom part-holding fixtures as well as end-of-arm tooling. This capability allows customers to deal with Motoman as a single-source for their custom robotic systems and fixtures/tooling – and AG’s involvement assures that the fixtures/tooling will work properly with the robot system. Motoman also provides a single source for custom end of arm tooling that meets application needs. This includes mechanical grippers, vacuum grippers, bottle grippers, and multi-function grippers. Grippers include all electricals and pneumatics.
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