Two-and-Three-Fingered Grippers

Nov. 9, 2006
EGN 100 is a two-finger parallel-type and EZN 64 is a three-finger centric-type gripper.

They can be actuated in a force or positioning mode for adjusting gripping force, position, or speed. They can be controlled by a CAN-bus or RS 485 communication interface. The EGN 100 delivers strokes up to 20 mm and grip forces up to 600 N (135 lbf). The EZN 64 has a stroke of up to 12 mm and a grip-force of 500 N (112 lbf).

Schunk Inc., 211 Kitty Hawk Dr., Morrisville, NC 27560, (800) 772-4865, www.us.schunk.com

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