This thesis deals with the development of an adaptive robot gripper which can adapt to any form of object using the method of "jamming granular material". Each grip-finger has a shape elastic component which is filled with granular material. When closing, the grip-finger adapts to the shape of the gripped object and its shape elastic component is evacuated. The evacuation lets the elastic component become solid and produces a firm grip on the object. To release the object, air is injected into the shape elastic component and returns to its original shape. This allows gripping of different shaped objects. The design of the gripper is optimized for the selective laser sintering method. In the first chapter the history of the industrial revolution and production automation is discussed, forming an understanding why a versatile gripper is fundamental for efficient production automation. Furthermore, different gripper techniques and gripper types are explained. The main focus of this paper, is the exemplification of the developed gripper and its function. Finally, the selective laser sintering method will be explained. From the start with a 3D-Model, over the slicing process until the manufacturing process will be assert.