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Festo eyes pick and pack future with eery tentacle gripper

The Festo OctopusGripper concept

Every year, engineers from Festo's Bionic Learning Network take a new batch of bio-inspired robots to the Hannover Messe trade fair. Previous highlights have included robotic ants capable of working together, a monster dragonfly that can move in all directions and helium-filled flying penguins. This year, the German automation company is showcasing a tentacle-packing pick and Pack gripper and two lightweight robots designed for fluid movement.

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Category: Robotics

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  • Festo
  • Biomimetic
  • Biomimicry
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