ReFlex Hand

The ReFlex Hand is built on cutting-edge technology in a
research-friendly package:
  • Pinch and power grasps enabled by Dynamixel motors
  • Smart mechanics enabled by compliant and adaptive fingers
  • TakkTile sensors, joint encoders, and fingertip IMUs for highly sensitive feedback*
  • Collision-safe due to its robust hardware
  • ROS-compatible (NEW! non-ROS API now available)
  • Easy integration onto any robot arm
 
    * Available for ReFlex TakkTile line only

New! for 2017

At only $3,000, meet the newest, most accessible hand in the ReFlex product line.
Actuation: 
     3 x Dynamixel AX-12A motors
     2 x Dynamixel XL-320 motors
Degrees of freedom:
     3 x bending (1 in each finger)
     2 x rotation (1 in each of 2 fingers)
Communications interface: USB
Power: 12 V DC
Software: ROS drivers
Supported OS: Linux Ubuntu
Sensors in each finger:
     Encoders in proximal joint
     TakkTile sensors along gripping surfaces *
     IMUs in fingertips *

Soft mechanics: Compliant finger joints, compliant palm robust to collisions, enable gripper to conform to environment
Other specifications:

     Weight: 800 grams

     Mounting kits available for Baxter, Universal Robots,           KUKA, Robotiq, Kinova, and more

     Compatible with Modular Fingers

ReFlex 1
 
The ReFlex TakkTile has everything you get with the ReFlex Plus but with TakkTile- and position-sensing in the fingers.
Actuation: 4 Dynamixel MX-28T motors
Degrees of freedom:
     3 x bending (1 in each finger)
     1 x coupled rotation for 2 fingers
Communications interface: 
     ReFlex TakkTile - Ethernet
     ReFlex Plus - USB
Power: 12 V DC
Software: ROS drivers
Supported OS: Linux Ubuntu
Sensors in each finger:
     Encoders in proximal joint
     TakkTile sensors along gripping surfaces *
     IMUs in fingertips *

Soft mechanics: Compliant finger joints, compliant palm robust to collisions, enable gripper to conform to environment
Other specifications:

     Weight: 800 grams

     Mounting kits available for Baxter, Universal Robots,           KUKA, Robotiq, Kinova, and more

     Compatible with Modular Fingers

* Available for ReFlex TakkTile products only

Upgrade options available for existing ReFlex customers
ReFlex TakkTile 2 /
ReFlex Plus
Modular Fingers
 
ReFlex TakkTile
The system consists of:
  • Actuators: 4 (3 × fingers, 1 × preshape)

  • Three fingers with compliant joints

  • 9 highly sensitive TakkTile sensors per finger*

  • 0.01N sensitivity per sensor with 50Hz sampling rate*

  • Proximal joint encoders*

  • A basic software driver to read sensor values*

  • A basic software driver to publish motor commands

 

Other specifications:

  • Weight: 800 grams

  • Power: 12 V

  • Mounting: adaptor plates for major robots including Baxter, Universal Robots, and the WAM

  • Software interface: ROS

  • Communication interface: Ethernet*

 

*Available for ReFlex TakkTile only

 

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sales AT righthandrobotics DOT com
 
ReFlex SF
The system consists of:
  • Actuators: 4 (3 × fingers, 1 × preshape)

  • Three fingers with compliant joints

  • A basic software driver to publish motor commands

 

Other specifications:

  • Weight: 800 grams

  • Power: 12 V

  • Mounting: adaptor plates for major robots including Baxter, Universal Robots, and the WAM

  • Software interface: ROS

  • Communication interface: USB

Click the button or contact
sales AT righthandrobotics DOT com
 
ReFlex TakkTile and SF in motion
ReFlex TakkTile
ReFlex SF
TUTORIALS
To access:
ROS setup instructions
Example scripts for controlling ReFlex
Basic commands for controlling position & velocity control
etc.
 
VIDEOS
GRASP CONFIGURATIONS
A video showcasing various grasp modes the ReFlex Hand is capable of, including pinch and power spherical and cylindrical grasps.
WIDE RANGE OF ITEMS
Demonstration of the ReFlex Hand on the UR5 robot grasping items ranging from tools to groceries.
VERSATILITY IN KITTING
Demonstration of the ReFlex Hand on the Baxter robot performing a piece-kitting operation.
 

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