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OnRobot delivers a full line of plug-and-produce end-of-arm tooling (EoAT) for collaborative applications. Our innovative grippers, sensors, and tool changers help manufacturers gain the full advantages of collaborative and lightweight industrial robots, including ease of use, cost-effectiveness, and safety alongside human workers.
The largest automation show in the Western U.S. is the North American launch pad for the small new gripper with
OnRobot, a global leader in robotic end-of-arm tooling, announces the VGC10 compact electric vacuum gripper.
The certified URCap software provides a unified interface for OnRobot’s new versions of RG2, RG6, and VG10 grippers.
New unified interface seamlessly connecting any OnRobot end-of-arm-tooling with a wide range of robot arms is recognized by three
With a growth of 23 percent in annual installations of collaborative robots (cobots) from 2017 to 2018, the new World
New unified mechanical and electrical interface for any OnRobot end-of-arm tooling (EoAT) dramatically simplifies automation with a single platform
New office location in Culver City provides OnRobot opportunity to attract talent and add new products to a portfolio
The Danish export company OnRobot has recruited a unique hybrid individual to guarantee success in the Asian market.
Company’s Gecko Gripper wins its second award in a week, taking home silver in the Applied Technology category.
OnRobot Launches Converter Kit at Automate 2019, Enabling Direct Compatibility Between its Grippers and a Wide Range of Robot
Unique new gripper offers cost-efficient alternative to vacuum solutions, replacing compressed air with tactile technology that adhere to surfaces.
Company’s lizard-inspired Gecko Gripper is one of three products striving for bronze, silver or gold in the Applied Technology
Company makes plans to multiply staff eight-fold within the next two years, prepares for aggressive collaborative robot growth projections.