ATI INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION introduced the MC-50 manual tool changer, claiming that it offers performance, reliability, and quality for manual exchange of robotic tooling. The patent-pending MC-50 has an intuitive and ergonomic lever operation, offering a simple solution for quickly changing robotic end-of-arm tooling by hand.
The compact tool changer is designed for applications on collaborative robots that support payloads up to 25 kg, and small industrial robots that support payloads up to 10 kg.
Featuring an ISO 50-mm mounting interface on the master side and tool side, the low-profile MC-50 mounts directly to most cobots, and seamlessly integrates with many common cobot marketplace grippers and end-effectors.
The MC-50 also includes a safety latch button on the lever to provide secondary locking for increased safety and prevention of involuntary uncoupling. A variety of electrical and pneumatic utilities for downstream end-effectors are supported through four (4) M5 integrated pneumatic pass-through ports and a mounting flat for optional ATI Utility Modules.
Learn more at www.ati-ia.com/MC50