This report sheds light on using 3D printing technology to create custom robotics end effectors.

Robots are used to perform tasks such as sorting, transporting, palletizing, inspecting and machining. A robot’s end of arm tool (EOAT), also called an end-effector, is selected based on the operation it will perform, such as gripping or welding, and is specific to the part or tool that the robot manipulates.

Although there are standard, off-the-shelf EOATs, robot integrators and end-users of...

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