Pin Tool Height Specifications


When working with pin tools on robots the clearance issue is of most importance.  The pin tool must be able to operate over obstructions on the deck of the robot.

The critical height or "Z" dimension on the pin tools is determined by the mounting plates of the robot systems and the length of the pins and the floating fixture that contains them.  We have illustrated the "Z" dimensions for each of the robot mounting plates and the 5 different length pins used in our floating pin tools.  The illustrations are grouped around the mounting plate and all five pin lengths are illustrated in the drawings.


Follow the link to the "Z" specification page

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