DH Robotics CGC-80 Center Gripper


1500 g


1500 g

The DH Robotics CGC-80 is an advanced three-finger gripper designed for industrial environments that exige precision. With a hub of 20 mm and a recommended payload of 1.5 kg, the CGC-80’s three-finger design offers the ability to pick and place difficult-to-grip objects like those with spherical or cylindrical shapes. The DH Robotics CGC-80 offers exceptional ease of use. There are plug-ins available for Universal Robots, OMRON, Hanwha, and more.

2.150,00 excl. VAT


The DH Robotics CGC-80 is an advanced three-finger centric gripping solution. Among other things, it offers an affordable way to precisely and reliably grip cylindrical and spherical object. With a stroke of 20 mm and a maximium recommended payload of 1.5 kg, it is particularly suited for applications in the electroncis industry. In terms positioning repeatability, the gripper clocks in at ± 0.03 mm, allowing you a significant degree of control.

The CGC-80 is particularly easy to set up and use. DH Robotics offers plug-ins for a wide range of cobot brands including Universal Robots, OMRON TM, Hanwha, AUBO, and more.With these plug-ins getting started is a matter of minutes and programming is intuitive and straight-forward.

While it may be easy to use and set up, the CGC-80 does not skimp out on features. For example, the gripper offers both grip and drop detection, as well as element position monitoring.

The DH Robotics CGC-80 has been successfully employed in various applications in the mechanical processing, electronics, auto parts, new energy, home appliances, and packaging industries. It is particularly well suited for Pick&Place, inspection, and sorting applications.

Additional Technical Information

  • Communication Standard: Modbus RTU (RS485) Digital I/O interface
    • Optional: TCP/IP, USB 2.0,  CAN2.0A, PROFINET, EtherCAT
  • Opening/Closing Time: 0.2 s / 0.2 s
  • Recommended operating environment: 0-40 C, < 85% RH


1500 g
1500 g
20 mm
240 N
Number of gripping elements


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