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The LEHZ is the most common electric gripper, with the most sizes. The motor drives a slide screw coupled to a lever assembly. The levers open and close the fingers, which follow a linear guide for alignment and stability. The narrow...
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The LEHZ is the most common electric gripper, with the most sizes. The motor drives a slide screw coupled to a lever assembly. The levers open and close the fingers, which follow a linear guide for alignment and stability. The narrow fingers are 12 to 36 mm long, with several optional tool mounting arrangements. A flat finger option is also available.
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3 Jan, 2014
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The original LER is capable of 90&#xb0;, 180&#xb0;, or 310 / 320&#xb0; rotation from the home position. Suitable applications will require a repetitive rotate-and-return motion, such as parts transfer with reorientation.
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The original LER is capable of 90°, 180°, or 310 / 320° rotation from the home position. Suitable applications will require a repetitive rotate-and-return motion, such as parts transfer with reorientation.
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3 Jan, 2014

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