End Of Arm Tooling Market Insights
The End Of Arm Tooling market is projected to grow at a significant CAGR over the forecast period. The market is expected to be driven by increase in adoption of developed robots in the food & beverage sector is likely to drive the market over the forecast period. Growing adoption of the end of arm tools for material handling is also expected to have a positive impact on market growth. The technology is seeing massive investments as many governments are funding to incorporate industrial robots that are used in several end-user industries to assist the workforce in carrying out a range of activities.
End - of - arm tooling manufacturers are using advanced technologies to launch advanced products to meet the increasing demand for automation among consumers across the globe. Increase in the popularity of washdown robots enabled by sophisticated arm tooling is likely to gain traction in the coming years.
End Of Arm Tooling Market: Type Insights
Based on Type segment, the market is segregated into mechanical end effector, magnetic effector, and vacuum end effector. Mechanical end effector is the robotic arm end device designed to handle objects. Magnetic end effector is a device that comes into contact with the moving or controlled object. Vacuum end effector is a device used in high speed packaging processes, transport of products to top loading machines, cardboard boxes, and tray aligners.
End Of Arm Tooling Market: Product Insights
Based on product, the market is segregated into grippers, welding torches, force-torque sensors, collision sensors, material removal tools, tool changers, and others. Gripper segment is projected to grow at the highest rate, due to increase in demand of material handling. Grippers are devices often used with the robotic pick - and - place systems to pick or place an object.
The force-torque sensors segment is expected to hold the second largest market share over the coming years. Force-Torque Sensors is a device that can feel the forces being exerted in all directions. Sensors allow the system to perform force - sensitive tasks. The demand for force - torque sensors and vision sensors is expected to increase in the automotive sector as they improve the efficiency of tasks such as pick & place and assembly.
End Of Arm Tooling Market: Regional Insights
Asia Pacific is expected to hold the largest market share in End Of Arm Tooling market. Increase in implementation of sustainable and green packaging is expected to have a positive impact on end of arm tooling market. Japan is investing in automation and the integration of robotic technology into its production frameworks The market in Middle East and Africa is expected to grow at a moderate rate due to the increasing demand for end arming tools in the region. These factors are expected to increase the adoption of this technology, fueling the growth in the market.
End Of Arm Tooling Market: End-Use Landscape
The end-use landscape entails a list of current and prospective consumers prevailing across the regions. This section provides company addresses, contact details, products, and regional presence of companies who are purchasing or are likely to purchase End Of Arm Tooling over the coming years. Some leading consumers of this market are Areva,, and eSolar, among others.
End Of Arm Tooling Market: Vendor Landscape
The report contains a chapter dedicated to vendors operating in the market, covering raw material manufactures, equipment developers, manufacturers, and distributors. The report provides these insights on a regional level. This section of the report entails contact details, experience, products manufactured/supplied, and geographical presence of companies.
End Of Arm Tooling Market Share & Competitor Analysis
Major players in the End Of Arm Tooling market are ATI Industrial Automation, SAS Automation, Robotiq, ASS End of Arm Tooling, Bastian Solutions, EMI, DESTACO, FIPA, Schunk, Festo, IPR Robotics, Soft Robotics, Vacucom, Robo-Tool, IPR Robotics, Pneubotics, Millibar, Applied Robotics, ThomasNet, Huiling-Tech Robotic Co.,Ltd, Ferrobotics, Dahl Automation, Bimba Manufacturing, and Weiss Robotics among others.
In April 2019, Robotiq announced the launch of its new vacuum grippers which include automate packaging, sanding process, and palletizing
In November 2017, Piab Group Holding signed an agreement to acquire SAS Automation. SAS Automation is engaged in manufacturing of robotic end of arm tooling systems and mechanical grippers
In June 2015, IPR Robotics was successfully acquired by Hannover Finanz GmbH. IPR Robotics is engaged in the manufacturing, and developing of robot accessories, and high quality assembly
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