The GRZ 32EC-30 gripper and cylinder assemblies are mounted on a bearing rail, to help support the load of the bumper fascia. To relieve stress on the robot, the stroke is retracted to release the part before it removes the tool and part from the mold.
A 30-millimeter stripper stroke can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the cylinder pin to fit any part size. The GRZ comes with a custom mounting bracket, to accommodate a specific application.
Also new from SAS:
* A lightweight gripper arm made of Delrin acetal and aluminum, plus several other end-of-arm tooling products. The arm is electrically insulated, making it ideal for bearing tools that require an electrostatic charge, or handle in-mold labeling work. The gripper is internally spring loaded. A threaded shaft with jam nuts allows for easy plate mounting.
* A gripper plier jaw kit, for the GRZ 20-16 style. Each kit has one jaw and one hex screw pin. The kit allows molders to interchange existing jaws for new jaw sizes, so EOAT tooling can be reconfigured on the factory floor, SAS said.
* A compact and modular, rail-mounted degating system for straight or curved fan gates that gives consistent, clean cuts. Radiuses as small as 1 inch can be achieved for curved fan gates. The blade mechanism can be a pneumatic cylinder or a belt driven from a motor.
* A system that uses twist-on wire ties to hold hoses and cables to the frame, then easily move them to other locations without having to cut the wire ties.
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