Robotic tool changer

  • 06-Jan-2009 11:56 EST
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The QC-1210 robotic tool changer from ATI Industrial Automation, designed for payloads up to 1200 kg, features three fail-safe locking mechanisms to ensure high-moment capacity and strength. It is compatible with existing heavy automation tool changer utility modules. The unit allows integration into applications requiring high-power, coolant, servo, DeviceNet, ethernet, and discrete signal capabilities by incorporating separate modules that can be mounted on any of six flats. A common lock/unlock air supply and a lock-unlock sensing method allow end users the option to receive one signal from the tool changer or one from the three individual locking mechanisms.
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