Parallel Grip and Rotate Modules offer 350 N of grip force.

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With up to 4 mm stroke/jaw, and 0.5 Nm of torque for rotation, DGP404 Series of parallel grip and rotate modules are designed for high-load automation applications that require parts to be sorted and rotated 90 or 180°. Separate pneumatic connections for grip and rotate cylinders allow grip function to operate independently from rotate function. Offered in 6 different models for inside and outside gripping, each unit has magnetic position sensor slots built into housing.



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New Grip and Rotate Modules Perform Two Operations in One Compact Package



NEW HYDE PARK, NY - Techno-Sommer Automatic is excited to announce the New DGP404 Series Parallel Grip and Rotate Modules with T-slot Guides, designed for high-load automation applications that require parts to be sorted and rotated 90 or 180 degrees. This unique combination of parallel gripper and rotator fits in tight spaces easily, while the stable T-slot guides aid the absorption of large force and moments.

"With up to 4 mm stroke per jaw, 350 N of grip force and 0.5 Nm of torque for rotation, the DGP packs a large force in a compact design," said Sales Manager Costas Charalambous. "This in turn allows engineers increased flexibility with their application designs that will save both time and space."

The DGP404 Series has separate pneumatic connections for grip and rotate cylinders, so the grip function can operate independently from the rotate function. Offered in six different models for inside and outside gripping, each unit can be set for either 90 or 180 degrees of rotation and has magnetic position sensor slots built into the housing. These models are also available with mechanical gripping-force retention.

For more information about the New DGP404 Series Parallel Grip and Rotate Modules with T-slot Guides from Techno-Sommer Automatic, visit the Techno Web site at: www.techno-sommer.com or call 800-819-3366 to speak to an Application Engineer.

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Costas Charalambous

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