Grippers and Tactile Sensing
Lift parts with mechanical grippers, electromagnets or vacuum pickups.
Transfer liquids or powders with ladles, scoops or spatulas.
Manipulate industrial tools, such as welding guns, spray paint nozzles, pneumatic tools and flame torches.
KeywordsGrip Force Tactile Sensor Industrial Robot Touch Sensor Weld Robot
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