Modular Parallel
Jaw Gripper
Back-Drivable 
7DOF ARM
3D RGB Depth Sensor
2D laser Scanner
Computer Access Panel

Fetch Mobile Manipulator

Purposefully designed for typical human working environments, the Fetch Mobile Manipulator provides an affordable, fully integrated standard platform for mobile manipulation research.

Download Fetch Research Paper

Fetch Mobile Manipulator in Action

Specifications

Fetch Robot

Weight

113.3kg (250lbs)

Height

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)

Environment

Indoors

Charge time

3hrs to 90%

Computer

Processor

Intel i5, Haswell

RAM

16GB

Hard drive

120GB SSD

Wireless

Integrated 802.11ABGN and 802.15.1

Speaker

4 speakers, 10 Watts per channel

7-DOF arm

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)

Gripper modularity interface

Mechanical

Based on ISO 9409-1 50-4-M6

Power

24V@2A

Communication

Ethernet

Sensors

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)

Extensibility

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

Gripper

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

Fetchit! Challenge

The competition involves having a Fetch Mobile Manipulator autonomously navigate to stations in a work cell, pick up items, operate basic machinery, place items into kits, and transport the finished kits to a drop-off location. The team that assembles the most kits within 45 minutes takes home a Mobile Manipulator!

Winners of 2019 Fetch it at ICRA. Sonia Chernova from Georgia Tech said, "We’re very excited to have won the FetchIt! challenge, it has allowed us to validate our research code in a complex domain. We can’t wait to continue our work with our newest Fetch robot.”

FetchResearch in Simulation

Both the Freight mobile robot base and the Fetch mobile manipulator have simulated counterparts using the Gazebo simulator.

View our FetchResearch in Simulation document

Learn how Fetch Robotics' Mobile Manipulator can help your research and development efforts.