august, 2018

28aug9:00 amLIVE WEBINAR Learn How to 3D Print End-of-Arm Tooling For Industrial Robots

Event Details

End-of-arm tooling (EOAT) – the ‘hands’ at the end of industrial robot arms – should be lightweight and conformal to each unique part a robot manipulates. Practically, the economic and physical limitations of conventional manufacturing processes often result in EOAT that is heavy, bulky and inefficient – at high costs and with long lead times.

Join Senior Application Engineer Nick Sondej as he shows how 3D printed EOAT addresses those challenges by:

  • Maximizing strength and minimizing weight
  • Allowing tooling design to be highly conformal
  • Enabling rapid iteration for a fraction of the cost of traditional tooling

You’ll see several customer implementations along with the design and engineering process of several different types of 3D printed EOAT.

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