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  • Supplier Profile
    OnRobot is a company born global with headquarters in the robotic cluster capital Odense, Denmark. We provide innovative Plug & Produce End-of-Arm Tools that help manufacturers take full advantage...
  • News - 9 Oct 2023
    Soft robotic grippers are crucial devices that operate like a robot’s hand to execute activities such as safely gripping and releasing objects. They are made of soft, flexible materials such as...
  • News - 1 May 2024
    In a recent article published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers presented an innovative gripper known as the cable loop gripper (CLG). This gripper is designed to handle objects of...
  • News - 29 Feb 2012
    The robotic gripper developed by Cornell University now employs air pressure to fling and move objects without arm assistance. Led by an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace...
  • News - 15 Jun 2012
    With the unveiling of a new angular gripper called the PWG-plus, SCHUNK has expanded its line of universal gripping modules. The predecessors of the newly-launched PWG-plus include the small parts...
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    New Scale Robotics designs and manufactures precision smart grippers and end-of-arm tooling for the smallest collaborative robots. Our products are the perfect fit for the smallest cobots. They...
  • News - 17 Jul 2023
    Even though grasping objects is a comparatively simple task for us humans, there is a great deal of mechanics involved. ROSE can pick up a wide variety of objects with ease. The top-left...
  • News - 27 Jun 2023
    Three makers of next-generation pick-and-place robotic technologies (Fizyr, Zivid, The Gripper Company) today unveil the world's first high-reliability robotic picking cell capable of robustly...
  • News - 18 Apr 2022
    It is difficult to get rid of the image of a massive metallic robot that communicates in monotone and keeps moving in lumbering, deliberate steps. Soft robotics practitioners, on the other hand, have...
  • News - 16 Dec 2020
    Scientists often look to nature for cues when designing robots - some robots mimic human hands while others simulate the actions of octopus arms or inchworms. Now, researchers in the University of...

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