Grippers

Page 23 Specifications subject to change without notice or incurring obligations. Offering new levels of parts gripping versatility TFR Configurations (Toolbars at Front & Rear) 10-20-10 U V W X Y Z Model LPG 50 Standard Stroke Lengths U V W X Y Z Model LPG 75 Standard Stroke Lengths 4.0 4.875 2.44 13.81 5.625 4.375 10.125 6.0 5.875 3.44 16.81 6.625 5.375 11.125 8.0 6.875 4.44 19.81 7.625 6.375 12.125 10.0 7.875 5.44 22.81 8.625 7.375 13.125 12.0 8.875 6.44 25.81 9.625 8.375 14.125 16.0 10.875 8.44 31.81 11.625 10.375 16.125 20.0 12.875 10.44 37.81 13.625 12.375 18.125 24.0 14.875 12.44 43.81 15.625 14.375 20.125 2.0 3.000 1.38 8.63 3.75 2.750 6.75 4.0 4.000 2.38 11.63 4.75 3.750 7.75 6.0 5.000 3.38 14.63 5.75 4.750 8.75 8.0 6.000 4.38 17.63 6.75 5.750 9.75 10.0 7.000 5.38 20.63 7.75 6.750 10.75 12.0 8.000 6.38 23.63 8.75 7.750 11.75 The TFR Configuration places one toolbar (jaw) at the front and the other toolbar (jaw) at the rear, providing a "wide stance" jaw arrangement for gripping larger parts. View C–C, Integral Option "D" View A–A Toolbar Option D Pictured above is a special, dual-purpose LPG Gripper. The addition of a special rear toolbar provides "wide stance jaws (TFR)" for grip- ping the large carton shown. Standard "cantilevered jaws (TBF)" for smaller parts gripping can be seen beneath the carton to the left.

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