A company is seeking unique technologies for automated hand, chuck, and grip product assembly applications (not CNC machining). Multiple sizes of gripping device are acceptable for different sized parts. The chuck or hand technology should be general purpose in nature, and show versatility in its ability to grip or manipulate parts of various forms and shapes in order to be applicable to a wide range of assembly processes.

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