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gripper

[′grip·ər]
(control systems)
A component of a robot that grasps an object, generally through the use of suction cups, magnets, or articulated mechanisms.
(graphic arts)
One of the metal fingers on a printing press that clamps the paper into position and controls its flow as it passes through.
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The four strip-type IPMC actuators, which were preshaped in an arc and thermally treated, were attached to the gripper body.
We have considered four suction grippers with diameter 40mm.
Grabit's P-Series Grippers will be highlighted during the Robotic Industry Association (RIA) New Advances in Robot End Effectors webinar on Thursday, February 12, 2015.
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Potential licensees in the flooring products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Stripper Gripper on a worldwide basis.
Ervine is the best all-rounder we have, Price is the best spinner and Gripper had the best averages from the Zim A team that travelled to Bangladesh in February.
The left-hander's knock finally came to an end just after tea when he aimed another big hit off Gripper towards the midwicket boundary but succeeded only in finding the hands of Stuart Carlisle, who took a brilliant catch.
Fun Gripper Golf is a great indoor and outdoor game for children ages 2 to 6.
It also presents manufacturers with the dilemma to either design a different gripper for each tape technology, or to minimize design, engineering, and manufacturing costs by developing flexible gripping mechanisms that can accommodate the different cartridge sizes, weights, and designs.
MARILYN GRIPPER LEARNED A VALUABLE LESSON EARLY on in life: Her parents taught her to earmark a portion of whatever money she earned for savings.
The quiver has a traditional gripper for the fletching end of the arrow that will hold either aluminum or carbon arrows.
Captain Andy Flower and Trevor Gripper rescued Zimbabwe with an unbeaten stand of 82 after West Indies threatened to turn the tables in the first Test yesterday.