End of Arm Tooling

Lenoch Engineering’s end of arm tooling is designed for absolute precision, delicacy, and repeatability whilst handling goods.

To ensure we fulfil all expectations whilst undertaking automation projects, the engineers at Lenoch Engineering work closely with clients, offering advice and guidance to make certain their tooling is designed and actualised in a way which maximises the efficiency of their services.

Lenoch Engineering is well versed in creating cost-effective solutions for a multitude of industries and project sizes, guiding clients from start to finish through a fully designed and commissioned project.

Lenoch Engineering offers a comprehensive service for the production of our automation components. This includes design and project concept drawings, manufacturing and testing of products, alongside installation of EOAT onto existing machinery.

Our design and manufacturing capabilities are furthered by the latest software and technology, including CAD and CNC machinery, ensuring our processes are undertaken to the highest standard.

Our nationwide service is completed by delivery and integration of products, for the absolute management of a project lifespan.

FAQs

What is end of arm tooling?

The term end of arm tooling (EOAT) refers to a device or tool attached to the end of a robotic arm. EOAT will usually have a specific function, enabling it to grip, move, and otherwise interact with parts and componentry as required to help with industrial or manufacturing processes.

What are the applications of end of arm tooling?

There are many different applications of EOAT which vary depending on the needs of the user. Listed below are some common manufacturing applications for end of arm tooling:

  • Bin picking and pick and place 
  • Injection moulding
  • Welding

Although EOAT also has uses in the medical, agricultural, and MoD sector.