Robot Hand Gripper

We do provide the design and fabrication of robot gripper hand for various applications and products such as bags, boxes, etc. The gripper hand can be custom design to meet different product and system flows needs.


  • Custom design gripper will best suit to customer products and application.
  • Robot palletizing system or gripper design palletizing system

Robotic applications are used for a nearly endless variety of purposes and applications. Depending on the purpose of the robot application, the hand gripper on its arm can be one of many different designs. Whether the robot is lifting from within, gripping from outside, or trying to raise something impossible for the human body to lift, there is a grip for that. We do provide robotic palletizing system for customer, somehow we also do custom design and fabrication for the robot hand gripper to suit customer product and this assures us to offer the best and efficient system solution to our customer.

Generally, there are few types of hand gripper designs. The "Clamp" style of gripper acts like a human hand, which using a pincer-, scissors-, or hook-arrangement. The item to be manipulated is positioned between two extrusions which contract, trapping the item between them. This design is perfect for robots handling lightweight and/or odd-shaped items like empty boxes, packing material, toys and etc.

The "Air-Hand" gripper uses an expanding piece of dense rubber material to press against the interior of an item and lift it that way. Think of dropping an un-inflated balloon inside of a cup, and then inflating it until it is tight against the sides of the cup. You could lift it by virtue of the friction created against the walls of the cup. Robots designed to manipulate cups, buckets, hollow tubes or any other material that has an easily accessible hollow spot.

The "vacuum" is using strong suction cups to lift large, flat, smooth sheets of material like wood paneling, metal, plastic and glass. The robot arm moves into position and securely plants one or more airtight suction cups to the material, and then activates a powerful inward suction force. The vacuum requires less power than either of the other two designs, but is also more prone to mishaps due to misaligned suction cups that fail to achieve an airtight seal.