Modularity taken to the limit: Meet IPR at the Automatica 2022

Flexibility has become indispensable in today’s automation. That’s why we have stepped up the pace with our robot components and developed innovations that we will be presenting at this year’s Automatica from June 21 to 24, 2022. Visit us in hall A5, booth 311 and experience the latest product developments up close.

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    Our highlight at the show

    More compatible and modern

    With the unique ToolChanger3 modular system, IPR has reached a new level in tool changers with its 30 years of expertise. Pneumatic, electric and manual – all three drive types can be used with the new TKX product family. Each robot side is compatible with the tool side, offering customers the greatest possible flexibility. The uncompromising design fits seamlessly into modern plants and, thanks to the polygonal shape, it enables modular attachment of transfer modules.

    The best of two worlds

    Full pneumatic gripping force meets precise pre-positioning and stroke sensing by the electric motor. This enables your robot to reliably move even complex geometries that previously required several work steps. Precise pre-positioning of the gripper jaws significantly minimizes cycle times, while at the same time applying a gripping force of up to 1,550 N thanks to two pneumatic pistons.

    Changing gripper fingers in a matter of seconds

    With our parallel grippers of the CGS2 and CGS3 series, you are well equipped for any application: Thanks to 189 standard variants with gripper force retention, dust cover or in high-temperature design, the grippers can be used universally and flexibly. And best of all: With our new FWS finger changing system, you can change your gripper fingers manually within seconds. One turn with the tool is all it takes to release the specially developed locking kinematics. The FWS also offers high-quality corrosion protection and builds up to 60% lower than comparable products.

    Solutions at hand

    Whether 2-jaw parallel gripper or angular gripper – with our robot grippers of the MGS and WGS series you can precisely grip workpieces. The small parts gripper of the MGS series is particularly suitable for electronic components or screws. For fast gripping processes in which various workpieces are handled, the WGS series provides optimum support. The optional stroke limitation enables use even in tight installation spaces, various magnetic and inductive sensors ensure constant process control and the gripping force retention by spring reliably protects in the event of a drop in compressed air.

    We are there – you too?

    We are looking forward to four innovative days at Automatica and to welcoming you personally at our booth. Secure your personal ticket now!