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March 18-20, 2024 | Philadelphia, PA
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Robot & End-of-Arm Tooling Manufacturers

This category highlights companies that manufacture robots, robot arms, and end-of-arm tooling for robots.

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End-of-Arm Tooling

Any tool, accessory or component that is attached to a robot arm to perform a specific function, such as gripping or assembly.

  • Air/Vacuum End-of-Arm Tooling

    Gripper tools affixed to a robotic arm that use air and vacuum pressure to perform functions such as collecting, lifting and releasing items.

  • Articulated End-of-Arm Tooling
  • Combination End-of-Arm Tooling

    Robotic tools that are affixed to a robotic arm that use any combination of air/vacuum, electromagnetic or mechanical tooling.

  • Mechanical End-of-Arm Tooling

    Mechanically actuated, servo-driven gripper tools affixed to a robotic arm that use force to collect, lift and release items and perform other functions such as assembly.

Robot Manufacturers

Companies that manufacture one or more types of single or multi-axis programmable robots that can be used in a variety of packaging and processing operations.

  • Articulated Arm Robots

    Articulated arm or SCARA robots feature rotary joints that allow them to rotate, bend, swivel, revolve, and move forward or backward on multiple axes, capable of handling a variety of payloads.

  • Collaborative Robots

    Collaborative robots or cobots are engineered to work in tandem and interact with human workers that are in close proximity.

  • Delta Robots

    Robots that consist of three linked arms, usually connected to an overhead base, typically used for lighter payloads at higher speeds such as pick-and-place operations.

  • Gantry Robots

    Robots that are mounted on an overhead system that usually cover a large area and handle a wide range of payloads and functions from pick-and-place to assembly. Also known as Cartesian, toploaders or linear robots.

  • Mobile Robots

    Also known as AGV robots or autonomous mobile robots, these devices are designed for locomotion within a plant, typically in material handling applications such as picking from shelves, warehousing and other mobile jobs.