End of Arm Tooling for Robotics

  • March 15, 2016
    9:00 am - 11:00 am

Manufacturers know that robotic systems can increase productivity, save costs, improve product quality, and improve safety in the workplace. But a robot is just a mechanical arm. An end effector, or end of arm tooling, is required to allow the robot to work on your product.

Join us as we host an information session on End of Arm Tooling for Robotics. Learn how this technology can work for you.

The list of functions that robots can perform is almost endless. Selecting the right tool for the job is one of the critical steps required to ensure you get the most out of your robotic work cell. In this session we’ll be providing an overview of the wide variety of tooling available, including,

    • Tool changers
    • Sensors
    • Grippers
    • Electro-mechanical tool
    • Servo-actuators
    • Bag pickers

Learn how each of these end effectors works, and how to choose the right one.

If you’re new to robotics, and are looking for an introduction to end of arm tooling, then attend this session to learn about:

  • The types of end of arm tooling available
  • What you need to know before selecting a tool
  • What each tool can, and cannot, do

Presented by Phil Bernardin of Eascan Automation. Phil is a mechanical Engineer with over 15 years’ experience in developing robotics and automation systems.

Location

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Venue Phone: 204-480-3333

Venue Website:

Address:
200-78 Innovation Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3T 6C2

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