SCHUNK is a family owned operation and a global player in one. Totaling more than 60 years of experience, SCHUNK offers worldwide leading technology in gripping systems and clamping technology. With more than 2,300 employees located in more than 50 countries in a network of directly owned subsidiaries, SCHUNK offers global customer service and technical support.
SCHUNK lives its mission that "with a pioneering spirit and perfection, we are setting worldwide standards". As a brand ambassador of the SCHUNK team, the No. 1 goalkeeper communicates our global competence leadership for clamping technology and gripping systems. The top performance of SCHUNK and Jens Lehmann are characterized by dynamics, precision, and reliability.
Device/Component ManufacturerSCHUNK designs and manufactures an unmatched selection of gripping systems and clamping technology including grippers, rotary modules, linear modules, robotic components, toolholders, lathe chucks, and stationary workholding devices.
OPS+ Unit for Effective Protection of Robot End Effector by Schunk
SCHUNK Introduces OAS-Tech Based Grippers
SCHUNK Launches PWG-plus Angular Gripper
SCHUNK Displays its 3-Finger Centric Gripper PZN-plus 380 at IMTS 2012
SCHUNK Showcases its Premium Gripper Range with Multi-Tooth Guidance at IMTS 2012
SCHUNK Exhibits Mechatronic Gripping Modules at IMTS 2012
SCHUNK Develops Three Versatile Mechatronic Modules
SCHUNK Provides EGP Electrically-Driven Grippers for Quick Small Part Handling
SCHUNK Develops Compact Robot Coupling for Pallet Handling
SCHUNK’s Powerball Arm Serves Robotic-Assisted Industrial Applications
SCHUNK Introduces PWG-plus Powerful Angular Gripper
Pick and Place Automated Unit from Schunk Best Suited for High Speed Assembly Applications
SCHUNK Adds SPB Powerball to its Modular Robotics Range
Numerous Industrial Applications of Robotics Discussed at Expert Days Hosted by SCHUNK
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