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Glass-Gripper G1-G11

Our handling systems use ultrasound-air-bearing and can be applied in any atmospheric process. The ultrasound-air-bearing generates a supporting gas film (air or process-gas) between surface and the substrate, therefore, any mechanical contact is avoided. The substrate hovers on a supporting gas film.


Top-Side Handling

Many handling processes need the use of attracting and repelling forces at the same time, e.g. top-side handling. For top-side handling, the repelling ultrasound forces are used in combination with attracting low-pressure forces. This technique enables an easy-to-use non-contact handling of parts, very much like the familiar top-side-gripping of parts. Additionally, form-unstable components can be smoothed, stabilized in their geometry and held in position, without any contact to the handling tool. The substrates are stabilized by adjustable side-stops.



Technical Data
Air Consumption 40 - 80 l/min
Low Pressure 120 l/min, 40 mbar
Electrical Equipment max. 100 W, 230 V AC (ultrasound)
Distance (tool-substrate) 50 - 100 μm
Interfaces available PROFIBUS, PROFINET, EtherCAT, OPC
Substrate sizes G1 (300 mm x 400 mm) bis G11 (3300 mm x 3100 mm)
Your Benefits
  • Our handling systems using the ultrasound air bearing technology can be applied in any atmospheric process. The ultrasound air bearing generates a supporting gas-film (air or process-gas) between its surface and the substrate. Thus, any mechanical contact
  • No surface contact
  • No damages
  • More degrees of freedom in process and machine design
  • Loading and unloading of boats (glass-substrates)
  • Loading and unloading of cleaned substrates
  • Handling and aligning without any surface damages
  • No mechanical contact between handling-device and substrate
  • Handling at processed / coated surfaces
Products to be combined
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