Dual quick changer
Dual gripping, more power for twice the work
Dual quick changer for double speed cycle time can improve productivity by 50% or more. Increased productivity offers faster payback, with ROI in as little as 3 months. Increased up-time in CNC machine tending.
Payload up to 20 kg
OnRobot’s Dual Quick Changer can handle workpieces that combined weigh up to 20 kg
Ideal for CNC machine tending to speed up cycle time
Can be used on any robot arm, drone, or other equipment with an ISO-9409-1 flange
Safe and secure locking mechanism
Patented, reliable and easy-to-use locking mechanism. Enables simple and fast locking and unlocking, letting even unexperienced operators change the robot’s EoAT in a few seconds.
Easy and fast tool changing
Allowing robot operators to quickly change tooling in addition to eliminating downtime between various processes.
Collaborative Applications with RG2, RG6 and Dual Gripper
Quality testing & Inspection
Packaging & Palletizing
Pick & Place
Essential accessories to make onRobot gripper work with other then UR robots.
Dual Quick Changer
The Dual Quick Changer enables you to use our end-of-arm tools together in a single cycle and can improve productivity by 50% or more.
Increased productivity offers faster payback and increased up-time in CNC machine tending.
Easy deployment with out-of-the box grippers reduces programming time by 70%.
Plug & Produce
Plug & Produce design reduces deployment time from a day to an hour.
Operating life (Robot operation)
minimun 10 M cycles
Operating life (Tool change)
typical 5.000 cycles
maximum ±0.02 mm
maximum 20 kg
maximum 50 Nm
maximum 400 N
The Quick Changer is a physical interface between the robotic arm and the EoAT, that allows for easy and fast tool changing.
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