Hand-Like Robot Gripper: Introduction
- Hand-like robot gripper is a device that is capable of holding, handling, tightening, and releasing an object. It is connected to a robot or a part of a fixed automated system.
- Hand-like robot grippers, also known as end-effectors, are used to reduce part damage of any product. They are programmable with different functions, trading speeds, and force of flexibility, and simulate the working of a human hand.
- The simplest grippers are robotic grippers with two fingers having plug and play features that are required in industrial collaborative robots
- Three fingers robot grippers are needed to pick up delicate objects with articulated fingers
- Robot grippers with flexible fingers are newly developed in the collaborative robots market and are used to pick different objects. They are bound to volume and weight of the object; hence, they are used to pick delicate things such as food.
Rise in Demand for Hand-Like Robot Gripper Globally
- Rising factory automation, smart factories, and industry 4.0 projects are boosting the adoption of the hand-like robot grippers significantly
- Hand-like robot grippers are primarily utilized for material handling. Large e-retailers are anticipated to use robotic grippers for warehousing on a large scale for handling industrial products.
- The hand-like robot gripper works as tool to help in various difficult manufacturing operations such as spot welding in an assembly and spray painting for uniformity of paint jobs
- Hand-like robot grippers are highly needed in various industries such as healthcare and pharmaceuticals, as they are compact and lightweight and can be easily integrated to tight spaces
- Hand-like robot grippers are extensively utilized in diverse industries for material handling, warehouse management, packaging, logistics, and in the e-commerce industry
North America to Lead Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market
- North America is anticipated to lead in global hand-like robot gripper market due to an increase in robotic applications in manufacturing, e-commerce order fulfillment, and other pick and place applications
- Increase in needs of advanced automotive, electronics and food processing industries has prompted manufacturers in North America to focus on industrial robotics and automation in order to increase their productivity and streamline operations to achieve higher output
- The hand-like robot gripper market in Europe and Asia Pacific is projected to expand significantly due to increased demand for consumer-packaged goods and rising usage of robotic grippers in pharmaceutical, plastics, and agricultural industries in these regions
Key Players of Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market
- RobotWorx, Inc.
- Robotiq Inc.,
- SAS Automation LLC
- Applied Robotics, Inc.,
- Grabit, Inc.,
- SCHUNK GmbH & Co. KG
Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market: Research Scope
Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market, by Product
Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market, by Application
Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market, by End-use Industry
- Electrical and Electronics
- Plastics, Rubber, and Chemicals
- Metals and Machinery
- Food & Beverages
- Precision Engineering and Optics
- Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics
Global Hand-Like Robot Gripper Market, by Region
- North America
- Rest of North America
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- South America
- Rest of South America
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
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