OnRobot offers a variety of end of arm tools.
RG2 Industrial Robot Gripper
RG6 Collaborative Gripper
RG2-FT - Smart Gripper with F/T Sensor
VG10 Vacuum Gripper
HEX 6-Axis Force/Torque Sensor
3D Force Sensor OMD - 3 Axis
RG2 is an industrial electric gripper. It's simple to install and program. The long stroke allows the gripper to handle a variety of object sizes.
The RG2 gripper fits directly on Universal Robots.
Watch how easy it is to install and program
See and feel objects with intelligent gripping.
You can automate high precision assembly tasks with OnRobot RG2-FT. The inbuilt 6 axis F/T sensors at the fingertips provide extremely accurate gripping for better production quality.
The RG6 gripper is a collaborative End-of-Arm Tooling designed for a seamless integration with the collaborative robot arms from Universal Robots.
The RG6 gripper eliminates the headache by installation kits and works without any external cables, therefore any robot movement can be carried out without worrying about cable placement.
RG6 Collaborative grippers are the true Plug & Produce solutions. The fast installation and simple programming of the grippers reduces your deployment time by 30%.
The standard RG6 comes with safety shields and a single mounting bracket.
Both the RG2 and the RG6 are available in a Dual Gripper configuration. This allows two grippers to be installed on the same robot arm, still without any additional cables. The two grippers work as independent grippers.
The dual configuration allows the robot arm to perform more complex tasks while notably increasing productivity, simply by being able to handle more objects at a time. It also enables the user to adapt configuration to the application, rather than requiring changes to application to accommodate automation.
The Quick Changer is a product for easy and fast tool changing. It is fully collaborative with no sharp edges, which makes it easy and safe for human interaction.
The Quick Changer can handle 10kg payload and has a low built-in height and weight.
Patented reliable and with easy-to-use locking mechanism, extra safety locking structure and locking springs make the Quick Changer a unique product, ideal for all collaborative robot applications. With the Quick Changer you will have the easiest and fastest tool changer with everything you need within the box.
The nature inspired OnRobot gecko technology makes it possible to attach and lift any kind of flat and smooth surfaces. Fast and easy gripping technology for Pick & Place application.
The VG10 vacuum gripper is an End-of-Arm Tooling specially designed for collaborative robot applications. The flexible arms and adjustable vacuum enable the VG10 to handle a variety of objects in many different sizes.
Seamless integration with Universal Robots and support of generic robot interfaces make the VG10 ideal for all types of robots.
The gripper comes with dual grip functionality, tool changer and a variety of typical vacuum cups.
The VG10 vacuum gripper is a truly Plug & Produce solution. It works straight out of the box and into your production line in less than 30 minutes.
OnRobot 6-axis force torque sensors provide 6 degrees of freedom force and torque measurement. Our sensors are designed to fit most of the currently used industrial robot arms. Integration with various available interfaces is simple. Common applications are force control devices, teach-in activities and crash detection, but the sensors can be used next to end-effectors in case of grinding, polishing or deburring tools.
Currently available models:
HEX-E /High Precision
HEX-H /Low Deformation
OnRobot OMD sensors measure the magnitude and the direction of Fx, Fy and Fz forces based purely on optical principles. We advise these sensors for low budget research programs and for measurements where torque sensing is unnecessary. Semi-spherical sensors are ideal as sensitive fingertips for humanoid robot hands, industrial grippers, harvesting robots, and due to its high durability there are various applications in the field of medical robotics (rehabilitation) and advanced robotics (e.g. exoskeletons) as well.
Currently available models: