Free Live webinar | 28th August kl 17.00-17.45
Learn How to 3D Print End-of-Arm Tooling For Industrial Robots
End-of-arm tooling (EOAT) – the ‘hands’ at the end of industrial robot arms – should be lightweight and conformal to each unique part a robot manipulates. Practically, the economic and physical limitations of conventional manufacturing processes often result in EOAT that is heavy, bulky and inefficient – at high costs and with long lead times.
Join Senior Application Engineer Nick Sondej as he shows how 3D printed EOAT addresses those challenges by:
- Maximizing strength and minimizing weight
- Allowing tooling design to be highly conformal
- Enabling rapid iteration for a fraction of the cost of traditional tooling
You’ll see several customer implementations along with the design and engineering process of several different types of 3D printed EOAT.
The webinar is held by Markforged