End of Arm Tooling
What is the EOAT?
It is the frame (with all necessary tools) mounted on the robot used to unload the injection moulding machine.
Its jobs are:
- to take the moulded part out of the mould;
- to gript it firmly;
- to seperate the moulded part from the sprue;
- to grip the sprue after cutting;
- to drop the sprue in the recycling machine;
- to unload the moulded part onto a pallet or a conveyor.
End of Arm
- Quick changers for easy connections between the robot and the EOAT's.
- 15 models and 5 sizes up to 75kg payload.
- Pneumatic and electric connections.
- Air valves
- LOQC for the safety lock.
- RFID for the identification of the EOAT.
- Alluminum profiles for the EOAT framing.
- Special nut design for a rigid fastening.
- Black and silver anodization.
- Square or round shape.
- 15 sizes.
- Brackets for the actuator mounting on the frame.
- More than 500 codes for a perfect positioning.
- One or two finger pneumatic grippers.
- Expansion gripper.
- For the part holding
- For the sprues holding
- For accurate insert positioning
- More than 200 codes EOAT dedicated.
- Vacuum cup holders.
- Suspensions with internal spring.
- Rotative or non-rotative.
- Non-marking rubber materials.
- More than 500 codes PLASTICS dedicated
- Nippers for degating.
- Scissor or guillotine style.
- 10 nipper sizes.
- Interchangeable blades.
- Sensor boxes for processing the signals from the actuators.
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