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Robotiq and Motoman Form Strategic Partnership
Robotiq and Motoman ally themselves, promising to deliver dexterous robotic gripper tooling on robots.
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Robotiq, a manufacturer of Adaptive Robotic Grippers, and the Motoman Robotics Division of Yaskawa America, Inc., a leading industrial robot manufacturer, today announce they have formed a strategic partnership. Robotiq’s Adaptive Gripper has been added as a complimentary partner product to Motoman Robotics’ product line. Through this alliance, the companies will deliver dexterous robotic gripper tooling on robots that will increase application flexibility and reduce tooling costs.

The industrial-grade Adaptive Gripper has three articulated fingers that can adapt automatically to a wide range of parts of varying size and shape.…

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