Open-box item. The condition of this item is great – the gripper has only been used for a trade show and a couple of demos.
14 day returns. Buyer pays for return shipping.
Photos 2 to 6 are of actual unit for sale.
The Weiss Robotics GRIPKIT-CR1 is a precision turnkey collaborative gripping solution for Universal Robots. It is based on Weiss Robotics' performance line gripping module CRG 30. GRIPKIT contains everything you need to implement handling and manipulation applications within minutes.
- Payload up to 2.7 kg (6 lb)
- Adjustable gripping stroke up to 50 mm (2 in)
- Adjustable gripping force from 15 to 30 N (3.4 to 6.7 lbf)
- Actuation: Servo-electric
- Kinematics: Parallel
- Parameterization: 8 grips
- IP Rating: IP20
- NB! Not directly compatible with UR10 and UR10e
Fingers not included - make your own or order FINGERKIT System 16.
The turnkey solution for Universal Robots
The Weiss Robotics GRIPKIT-CR1 contains all components to successfully implement your Pick & Place application in the shortest possible time. GRIPKIT is fully compatible with most models of Universal Robots and integrates seamlessly with the Polyscope programming environment via an easy-to-use URCaps plug-in.
Rounded edges and inherent safe gripping force make the GRIPKIT-CR1 a flexible tool for collaborative robots, which already meets the DGUV recommendations for collaborative robotic systems as well as the requirements of the ISO/TS 15066 standard. This greatly simplifies the risk assessment of your collaborative robot application.
Gripping part detection
The built-in gripping part detection ensures that up to eight different workpieces can be gripped without retooling or external sensors. Due to the permanent monitoring of the workpiece and the possibility to stop the robot, when parts are lost, a workpiece lost during handling never goes unnoticed.
Sensorless gripping force control
With its unique sensorless force control feature, the GRIPKIT-CR1 is able to handle even brittle, fragile, or compliant parts effortlessly while providing a highly reliable gripping process. The gripping width and gripping force can be easily specified on the teach pendant of the robot and thus optimally adapted to the gripping workpiece.