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FREE EOAT Design Assistance — No Obligation

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From the simplest to the most complex toolings, our EOAT engineers can design a tooling to suit your specific application. Our extensive stock of framing components engineered for use by injection molders along with the broadest offering of cups, grippers, and everything needed in between, make EMI a one stop destination for robotic end effector / end-of-arm tooling builders.



Need help? Contact one of our specialists by email, or contact a representative in your area.

Save time and money by having EMI’s EOAT engineers design your end-of-arm tooling at no charge, then build it yourself. You only pay for the parts and there is no obligation to buy them from us.



  • A 3D model of the part in .STEP or Parasolid is preferred. Alternatively send a 3D model or 2D CAD of the mold.

  • Contact EOATengineering@EMIcorp.com to set up a login and password to send files with Sharefile.

  • Already have a Sharefile login and password? Click here to login.

  • EOAT designs typically take 2-4 weeks from the time we have all the required information.

  • Our engineering department will contact you if we need more information.

  • Once we receive your purchase orders, we will provide you with a 3D model of the EOAT.

  • EMI can manufacture custom items, such as robot mounting plates and 3D printed parts fingers, to meet your complete EOAT requirements.
  • Get expert assembly and save time!

    You can choose to build the tooling yourself, or you can take advantage of EMI’s EOAT Build Service. Our experienced EOAT engineers and builders will work with you to design and build a precise, reliable tooling to best suit your application.

    Note: Your assembled EOAT is tested before it leaves our facility; however, final adjustments may still need to be made once it has been installed on the robot.