Press Release Summary:
Equipped with 2 large pneumatic plungers, Model GR04.130F grips die-cast parts in injection molding industry. Inductive sensor provides feedback signal for process safety. With cogged surface of gripper jaws and retention force of 95 N, gripper provides secure hold on any workpiece, eliminating slippage. Wear resistance is ensured by hard-coated surfaces of gripper and gripper jaws.
Original Press Release:
FIPA Inc. Supplements Its 130 Range of Grippers
FIPA Inc. has supplemented its comprehensive range of grippers: The gripper GR04.130F launched recently has jaws that are wider than those of the other models in the 130 range of grippers to provide a secure grip. And: An inductive sensor provides a feedback signal - and, thus, achieves enhanced process safety.
The 130 family of grippers are characterized by powerful gripping of die-cast parts in the injection molding industry. These grippers exert tremendous forces as a result of the dual principle of operation and two large pneumatic plungers.
Qualities that are a standard feature of FIPA products: Robust design, reliable in the production process - quality for long-term use. These grippers rarely need to be replaced and last a long time. The high degree of wear resistance is ensured by means of the hard-coated surfaces of the grippers and the gripper jaws.
All grippers of the 130 family are very light and provide a secure and reliable hold on any work-piece as a result of the cogged surface of the gripper jaws. Slippage is ruled out. The extremely high retention force of 95 N does the rest.
Pick-and-Place solutions: FIPA products are combined using the building block system. The recently launched GR04.130 gripper forms a part of it. Threaded and compressed air connections are compatible with the other products constituting the modular system of FIPA.