Pneumatic Grippers target metal assembly applications.

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With ability to exceed 1 million cycles, single-jaw Model GT30 provides clamping force of 650 N and piston diameter of 32 mm, while Model GT40 has 2 dynamic jaws with 1,000 N capability and 40 mm piston diameter. Both provide quick opening/closing at 0.2 sec/cycle. Available in rear or lateral mount configurations, grippers offer numerous choices in clamp tips and jaw shapes. For added precision, optical or induction sensor can be included.



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Bilsing Automation Announces Durable GT30/40 Value Line of Grippers



Clinton Township, MI, -- Bilsing Automation North America has announced the availability of its GT30 and GT40 family of pneumatic grippers that provide cost effective clamping solutions in metal assembly and transfer press applications.The design of the grippers is sleek and compact, yet extremely durable with the ability to exceed a million cycles.

The GT30 is a single jaw gripper with a clamping force of 650 N and a piston diameter of 32mm.The GT40 has two dynamic jaws with a 1000 N capability and 40mm piston diameter. Both sizes offer quick opening/closing at 0.2 seconds per cycle.

The grippers come in different styles including the GTK series featuring a toggle mechanism and the GTW series with wide jaw clamping point capability.All the styles offer numerous choices in clamp tips, jaw shapes, and choice of rear or lateral mount configuration.Additionally, there is an option for inclusion of an optical or induction sensor, adding precision to the application.

Bilsing Automation North America carries a full line of tooling for the pressroom, body shop and plastic molding applications in the automotive, food, packaging and glass industries. It is a subsidiary of Bilsing Automation GmbH (Attendorn, Germany), a global leader in the development and manufacturing of modular tooling systems.The company is focused on providing optimum product performance that results in cost reductions, supporting the customer through planning, design, engineering, simulation, assembly, commissioning and on-site training

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