Purposefully designed for typical human working environments, the Fetch Mobile Manipulator provides an affordable, fully integrated standard platform for mobile manipulation research.
See how universities are enabling future roboticists to create automation solutions using Fetch in a showcase of various hands-on demos and projects from schools around the world.
Both the Freight mobile robot base and the Fetch mobile manipulator have simulated counterparts using the Gazebo simulator. To learn more, view our FetchResearch in Simulation document.
1,096mm (43.15in) down, |
1,491mm (58.70in) up
|Base footprint||508mm (20in) wide, 559mm (22in) dia.|
|Max speed||1.0m/s (2.23mph)|
|Turning radius||Turn in Place|
|Degrees of freedom||13 (base, torso lift, 7-DOF arm, gripper and head)|
|Charge time||3hrs to 90%|
|Processor||Intel i5, Haswell|
|Hard Drive||120GB SSD|
|Wireless||Integrated 802.11ABGN and 802.15.1|
|Speaker||4 speakers, 10 Watts per channel|
|Payload (at full extension)||6kg (13.23lbs), 5kg (11.02lbs) with gripper installed|
|Arm length to gripper mount||940.5mm (37.25in)|
|Max end effector speed||1.0m/s (2.23mph)|
|Mechanical||Based on ISO 9409-1 50-4-M6|
|2D laser||SICK, 25m, 220 degrees|
|3D RGB-D Camera (head)||Primesense Carmine 1.09 in head|
|IMU||6-DOF IMU in base (1), gripper (1)|
|Head||1x USB 2.0|
|Mount points||On top of base and on top of head|
|Video port||HD video port|
|Other ports||2x USB 3.0, 1x Ethernet|
|Max grasp force||245N|
|Max gripper opening||100mm (3.94in)|
|Wrist max pickup||6kg (13.27 lbs)|
|Grip weight||1kg (2.20 lbs)|
|Compatible with external grippers|
|Installed software||Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with ROS Melodic|
|Installed applications||ROS Navigation, MoveIt!, joystick teleop, calibration|
Contact the AMR experts at Fetch Robotics to see how the Fetch mobile manipulator for research can help you and your organization take your automation projects further.