ZTE Docking Finger are designed to line up with the ZBU Bushing. If air is applied to the docking finger, a piston is expanding 4 steel balls which are positively looking into the ZBU bushing. ZTEs feature magnetic pistons which allow the use of a sensor for dock or no-dock signal. Applications that benefit from the use of Docking Fingers are any de-molding situations where the part is forced out of the tool or insert situations where a part is pushed into the tool. The combination of Docking Fingers in an EOAT and Bushings in a tool avoid any force going back to the robot. They are available in 2 sizes.
|Part No.||Description||A [mm]||B [mm]||C [mm]||D [mm]||E [mm]||F [mm]||L [mm]||I ["]||G [mm]||Theoretical closing force at 6 bar [N]||Weight [g]|
|1-747-20-00||ZTE 20 V||20||15.5||-||-||-||-||87||G1/8||M17x1||350||85|
|1-747-21-00||ZBU 20 V||-||-||M5||26h7||33||16||-||-||-||-||60|
|1-747-30-00||ZTE 30 V||30||25.5||-||-||-||-||133.5||G1/8||M27x1||1500||320|
|1-747-31-00||ZBU 30 V||-||-||M6||40h7||43.5||26||-||-||-||-||270|