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See how a reaction plate can be integrated into a FlexArm for a simple torque reaction solution for tools with large amounts of torque.
See how this FlexArm counterbalances a crimping tool while still allowing the operator to reach every spot within their workspace.
See how this FlexArm counterbalancing solution reduces fatigue by taking the 10-pound Atlas Copco grinder out of the operator's hands.
See how this arm keeps operators safe by counterbalancing both a 10-pound grinder and a 3-pound deburring tool.
See how this customer is turning a two-man operation into a one-man operation with the FlexArm Ergonomic Arm.
Watch the video of this application at the bottom of this page. A customer was looking for a counterbalancing solution that would allow them to comfortably operate a 10-pound Chicago Pneumatic grinder. We paired it with the standard B-19-RG arm and the Rotational Gimbal 101100 (fits tools with tool body between Ø2.63″-3.625″). The arm allows
Check out this Ergonomic Solution where the FlexArm will be counterbalancing a Milwaukee Band Saw for easier operation in the manufacturing process.
Check out this custom ergonomic solution of a G-30 FlexArm that counterbalances a 25-pound pistol grip nutrunner with an Atlas Copco reaction plate.
See how the FlexArm B-19-RG torque reaction arm counterbalances an air rammer tool while giving the operator complete range of motion.
A prospect was looking to free up their 5-axis machines by tapping offline. They are tapping into aluminum with a 7/8" full torque tap, while also tapping at 10.5- and 15-degree angles.
This week in the Ergonomic Problem Solving Series we had a customer that was manually inserting ball bearings on a roller table, so we came up with a solution using our Part Manipulator and custom end effector.