Schunk EGP 40

£785.20

The Schunk EGP 40 2-finger parallel gripper has smooth-running base jaws guided on roller bearings. Its main applications are in gripping and moving small and medium-sized workpieces at high speed, using flexible force.

Potential use cases: assembly, testing, laboratory work and the pharmaceutical industry.

Schunk EGP 40 technical specifications

(includes electrical IO cable)

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Schunk EGP 50

£915.60

Similar to the Schunk EGP 40 gripper, this 2-finger parallel gripper also uses roller bearings to guide its base jaws. The main difference between the Schunk EGP 40 and the EGP 50 is in the total payload of the collected workpiece.

Potential use cases: assembly, testing, laboratory work and the pharmaceutical industry.

Schunk EGP 50 technical specifications

(includes electrical IO cable)

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Active8 Robots 2 cup suction gripper

£1,500.00

The Active8 Robots 2 cup suction gripper allows Eva to accurately pick up objects off a flat surface without risking damage to the finish. The adjustable gripper width also allows you to tailor this end of arm tool to your specific requirements and use cases.

The cups are suited to picking up materials such as plastics, metal, glass, cardboard, bags and films.

Potential use cases: pick and place, machine tending, loading sheets on to a conveyor belt, packaging and sorting, and more.

Active8 Robots 2 cup suction gripper technical specifications

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Active8 Robots 4 cup suction gripper

£1,750.00

The Active8 Robots 4 cup suction gripper, like the 2 cup suction gripper, allows Eva to accurately pick up objects such as sheet metal off a flat surface without risking damage to the finish. The larger surface area of this gripper allows it to pick up items that are bigger and wider than those best suited to the 2 cup suction gripper.

Potential use cases: pick and place, machine tending, loading sheets on to a conveyor belt, packaging and sorting, and more.

Active8 Robots 4 cup suction gripper technical specifications

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Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany.

Ancestral home to the line of English monarchs that still sit on the throne today; final resting place of the legendary philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz; and for the first week of April, the perfect place to catch a glimpse of Eva – the £4,990 robot you can program in 15 minutes.

Hannover Fairground is the biggest exhibition space in the world. It stretches over 500,000 square metres, and every year plays host to Deutsche Messe – a gigantic trade fair attracting around 5,800 exhibitors and 210,000 visitors, with a focus on cutting-edge industrial technology.

Automata will be attending Hannover Messe from Monday 1st to Friday 5th of April. Find us in Hall 17, at stand D02. We’ll be bringing some exciting demonstrations to the show – like machine vision for industrial inspection and a chance to program Eva yourself.

The fair opens its doors each day from 9:00am to 6:00pm.


Helpful Travel information and a complete map of amenities is available from Hannover Messe.

Let us know you’re coming for a made-by-Eva giveaway!