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Manual Toolchanger Suits Collaborative Robot Applications

IMTS 2018: ATI Industrial Automation’s MC-10 manual toolchanger enables quick, cost-effective manual tool changing, according to the company.

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ATI Industrial Automation’s MC-10 manual toolchanger enables quick, cost-effective manual tool changing, according to the company. Its compact design is optimized for collaborative robot applications. The ergonomic twist-collar locking mechanism provides secure attachment to the tool and easy operation with tactile feedback. It can carry payloads of up to 22 lbs and includes multiple failsafe features that resist vibration and reduce loosening. It has integrated air pass-through connections as well as options to connect electrical utilities if needed.

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