ASCO Datasheets for Grippers

Grippers activate jaws or fingers to pick up, hold, or move work pieces in an automated or robotic system.
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Product Name Notes
The AG Series angular gripper utilizes a double acting piston with a dual pivot system. The piston has a single center pivot that drives each gripper jaw open and closed.
The GR-Series has a double acting piston attached to a cross bar by a connecting rod. The linear movement of the piston is transformed into angular movement of the jaws...
The MPG5 Series gripper is designed for pick & place of small pieces. The cutting edge design of the MPG5 allow for manifold mounting a series of MPG5’s in line...
The PG6J80 Series 6 finger gripper design utilizes a dual acting piston to open and close gripper jaws. All six jaws are synchronized for accurate positioning. The included ejectors operate...
The RPG Series has true parallel motion that is generated by a double acting piston attached to the pinion mechanism with a linkage that is guided in the body for...
The WBG Series utilizes independent pistons to power the jaws open and closed. Jaws utilize a rack & pinion for synchronization which are independent from force rods and support rods.
The WG Series, (double guided wedge parallel grippers), achieves synchronous motion with a double acting piston attached via the piston shaft to a double sided wedge. The double sided...
Body: Hardcoat Anodized, Teflon impregnated inside & out. 2 different strokes same size low profile body. Jaws: Aluminum bronze alloy and T-Slot style to prevent jaw breakage and offers superior...
Body: One piece construction for maximum rigidity. Hardcoat Teflon ®impregnated inside and out. compact, lightweight, high grip force to size ratio. Slides: Slides are 100% engaged in body throughout the...
Jaws are T-Slot bearing supported to prevent jaw breakage and offer superior load bearing performance. Felxible mounting, thru hole for SHCS, tapped from opposite side. Dowel holes for locating. Hardcoated...