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We are a young, dynamic team of highly experienced, talented process automation professionals. Utilising the latest robotic technologies from Universal Robots, we simply and effectively automate cost and complication out of your process.

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Sydney:

Gate 2, 19A Garema Circuit
Kingsgrove NSW 2208

1800 367 762
enquiries@therobotpeople.com.au

Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm

 

Brisbane:

Hub Anzac Square

Level 6, 200 Adelaide St

Brisbane City QLD 4000

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A PLUG & PRODUCE SOLUTION

The RG6 gripper has a stroke of 160mm, giving you flexibility for a variety of different-sized parts. It's easy to install and use and can be used in a dual gripper configuration. The RG6 gripper eliminates the headaches caused by installation kits and works without any external cables, therefore any robot movement can be carried out.

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About the RG6 Collaborative Gripper

The RG6 collaborative gripper from OnRobot is a flexible electric gripper specially designed for robots from Universal Robots. The higher adjustable force (25N to 120N) enables three times higher payload (6-8 kg) and wider stroke (160 mm), ideal for manufacturers automating the movement of delicate or heavy objects. The RG6 robot gripper comes with factory-installed safety shields. The standard fingers can be used with many different objects, it is also possible to fit custom fingers.

Compatible with all Universal Robots arms, the OnRobot RG6 is easy and fast to install as the cable attaches directly to the robot arm, therefore enabling operators to quickly modify assembly on the factory floor without the assistance of an engineer.

Like the OnRobot RG2 collaborative gripper, the movement and force of the RG6 can be controlled by the user. The control is done directly on the Universal Robots user interface. Both gripper and robot control are stored in the same program. The OnRobot RG6 is capable of measuring the width of the object and detect if the object is grasped or not. All feedback signals are sent to the robot and can be used to make the robot act based on the inputs.

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