The Adaptive Gripper is a simple and robust robotic hand designed for industrial applications. It has a three-fingered mechanism that adapts to the shape of various objects and doesn't let go.
- Canada 🇨🇦
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A Robotiq gripper operating nonstop has performed more than 3.5 million cycles without failure.
The first version of the Adaptive Gripper was developed by Samuel Bouchard and Jean-Philippe Jobin. They cofounded Robotiq, based in Québec City, Canada, to commercialize the system. The company has since developed a broad range of three- and two-finger grippers. Robotiq also offers products and services for factory automation, including sensing and vision, palletizing, screwdriving, and machine tending.
Compatible with most robot arms. Able to control position, speed, and force of each finger. Capable of using its fingertips to pick up small objects.
- 17 cm
- 20 cm
- 13 cm
- 2 kg
Four DC motors
- Degrees of Freedom (DoF)
- 10 (4 actuated DoF)
24-V power supply
- $18,000 (3-finger gripper model); $5,500 (2-finger model)