The first intelligent gripper on the market
The RG2-FT gripper was developed to expand the concept of intelligent automation: it enables companies to use collaborative robotics for high-precision assembly tasks without significant additional effort. It has been on the market since December 2018 and is in industrial use.22 Mar. 2019
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What is new/innovative about it?
The RG2-FT gripper was developed to expand the concept of intelligent automation: it enables companies to use collaborative robotics for high-precision assembly tasks without significant additional effort. It has been on the market since December 2018 and is in industrial use.
The RG2-FT is the first intelligent gripper on the market: its sensor technology not only allows it to "see" and "feel", but also to translate the corresponding input into consistent action steps. This enables it to handle even inaccurately placed parts, even if their parameters cannot be programmed in advance.
The product consists of an OnRobot RG2 gripper, in whose "fingertips" two 6-axis force/torque sensors are integrated. In addition, a proximity sensor is installed in the middle of each of these sensors. The RG2-FT is mounted directly on the robot arm and is compatible with a wide range of robot models. The 6-axis force/torque sensors work with a unique optical technology using different types of elastomers to precisely measure the position of the workpiece. Operation is via the robot's user interface, which further simplifies handling.
What is the product’s main benefit for the customer?
Why would you call your product “intelligent”?
The integrated sensor technology avoids mistakes, as the gripper recognizes where an object lies and where it must and must not attach it. This has a positive effect on the productivity and energy efficiency of the user.
Are there any other important points that you can think of?
The integrated software ensures simple automation of complicated tasks and fast reprogramming, which additionally accelerates the processes. For companies, the short integration time of the application means a quick return on investment and increased sales. In particular, the RG2-FT is used for pick-and-place tasks, machine loading and precision assembly, handling mainly small and fragile workpieces.
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