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Introduced in 1983, SCHUNK’s pneumatic “Industrial Hand” became the starting point for gripper development that continues today.
Automation is wonderfully economical—except when it’s not. Time and again, I’ve seen smart engineers make dumb automation decisions, some of them ruinous.
The efficiency and reliability of an industrial robot largely depend on its end-of-arm tooling. However, engineers often forget that the interface between the end-effector and the robot arm also plays a critical role.
It's human nature to want to solve what appears to be the immediate issue. However, it makes little sense to frantically mop up a flooded house while the faucet remains wide open.
Changing even a few, small parts of your assembly process can make a big difference in energy efficiency and operating profit.
Pneumatic grippers or mechatronic grippers? That is the question.
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