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A Robotiq gripper operating nonstop has performed more than 3.5 million cycles without failure.
Robotiq is a spinoff of the Laval University Robotics Laboratory, in Quebec City.
- 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.
- 20 cm | 7.9 in
- 13 cm | 5.1 in
- 17 cm | 6.7 in
- 2 kg | 4.4 lb
- N/A km/h | N/A mph
- Motor encoders
- Four DC motors
- 24-V power supply
- Embedded controller
- Custom software
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 10 (4 actuated DoF)
- Anodized aluminum
- $18,000 (3-finger gripper model); $5,500 (2-finger model)
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