Robotiq releases FT 3000 force torque sensor for robots
January 19, 2016 - Robotiq releases FT 3000 force torque sensor that comes with all the necessary mechanical parts, including easily attachable USB wiring, plus software templates to operate the sensor.
With plug and play integration on all Universal Robots, the Force Torque Sensor FT 300 makes automation of high precision tasks such as product testing, assembly and precise part insertion easy and fast to setup.
The Force Torque Sensor FT 300 is specially designed for Universal Robots in terms of its coupling, integration and programming; opening up a new range of force sensitive applications that are now fast and easy to automate thanks to the new all-in-one packages, which include all the necessary components from hardware to software.
“We strongly value our customers’ opinions and knowledge; and we want to use this to provide positive solutions for the successful automation of their project. We strive to make our products user-friendly and fast to integrate in any kind of industrial application, so that our customers can concentrate on their business. That is what the FT 300 is all about.” explains Samuel Bouchard, CEO of Robotiq.
Robotiq’s mission is to free human hands from tedious tasks, so companies and workers can focus where they truly create value. Our Grippers and Sensors enhance robot application flexibility and integration simplicity.
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