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Emmet Cole
by Emmet Cole. Last updated on Jun 10, 2020 12:01 PM
Posted on Apr 11, 2019 12:35 PM. 2 min read time

Did you know that Robotiq's 2F-85, 2F-140, Hand-E and FT300 products are compatible with all the top cobot brands?  Join Catherine Elie to learn more... 

Compatibility between your gripper and your cobot is a big deal. 

With it, the complexity of your automation project is reduced, without it, your automation project will fail. 

With this in mind, Robotiq works hard to ensure that our grippers are compatible with all the top cobot brands. 

Catherine Elie has more from the Robotiq booth (#7165) at Automate 2019...






  • Hand-E     -for precision tasks and dirty environments with ip 67 rating
  • 2F-85         -the gripper offering internal and external parallel grips plus emcompassing grip mode
  • 2F-140      -high stroke gripper that can pick a wide variety of different objects
  • FT 300      -force torque sensor that enables the creation of force-sensitive cobot applications

are compatible with all the following top cobot brands:



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Emmet Cole
Written by Emmet Cole
A freelance robotics writer since 2006, Emmet is an Economist contributor, and a regular contributor to Robotics Business Review and Robotics Trends. His writing on robots has also appeared in Wired, BBC Future, BBC Focus magazine, Space Quarterly, and numerous other outlets.
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