Robotics Tool Changer Is Light And Compact

OnRobot, offers Quick Changer, a patented tool changer for collaborative robot applications weighing 200 g (7 oz.). It is said to have a low impact on robot payload and its compact size adds minimal distance from the tool center point to the robot. The Quick Changer releases end-of-arm tools with a click and inserted tools are automatically positioned correctly with a repeatability of ±0.02 mm.

 

 

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The Quick Changer can be used on any robot arm, drone, or other equipment with an ISO-9409-1 flange. Features include:

  • Easy and fast change of tools
  • Fully collaborative, with no sharp edges
  • Up to 10 kg (22 lb.) payload
  • High repeatability
  • Lowest weight in class
  • Lowest height in class
  • ISO 9409-1, type 50-4-M6 compatible
  • Redundant locking mechanism

 

For more details, checkout the OnRobot Quick Changer.

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