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Michael Rabasco

Michael is Senior Technical Manager, North American Operations at WEBER. His job is to understand everything about our products: how they work, their applications, and on-site troubleshooting. As the go-to guy, he gets to be involved in customers’ part design and assembly process to improve the success of their operations. He leverages over 37 years of experience to help problem-solve and applies lessons learned during his tenure to make the process as efficient as possible. Michael is proud to work with an excellent, resilient team of engineers and high level assembly technicians to solve problems our competitors’ simply cannot. He and his team take a measured approach to applications that are very difficult and risky to come up with truly phenomenal builds, staying on top of the automated fastening industry in the process. Deliberate, cooperative, and goal-oriented: that describes Michael and his team and he’s very proud of that. Outside of work, Michael is an avid cyclist (mountain biking) and has also enjoyed many years of owning a boat. He has been the “chief engineer” and captain for family and friends for over 30 years!

Validate Quality Procedures In-Process with 3D Sensing Screwdriving Control

To ensure the proper installation of each fastener, manufacturers need to monitor the angle, torque, and depth of each driving operation. The combination of these process parameters will indicate when a part or screw didn’t meet the required quality by either torquing too high early in the driving process or never reaching the required torque at the specified depth.

Fastening Technology to Validate Part Quality on the Production Line

Maintaining part-to-part repeatability in manual screwdriving operations may require secondary...

Minimizing Automotive Defects & Warranty Claims: Screwdriving & Joining Capabilities That Reduce Liability

Automotive manufacturers must contend with increased liability concerns as safety devices and...

Enhance Reliability in Manual Subassembly Tasks with Automated Screwdriving Technology

Whether you are assembling 3 parts to complete a fuel transfer pump or putting together a speaker,...

Video: Growing Screwdriving Capacity to Meet Demand

Production demand may fluctuate from one quarter to the next, putting operators on the factory...

From Startup Assistance to Process Optimization: WEBER's Service Engineering Excellence

Industrial spending on automation is poised to increase considerably over the next few years. Many...

How Automation within Screwdriving Applications Can Make or Break Your Target Cycle Time

When comparing manual processes to automated screwdriving applications, cycle time targets are...

Controlling Screwdriving Systems Risk Factors to Ensure Minimal Downtime

Controlling screwdriving systems downtime is critical for manufacturing operations, and contributes...

3 Tips to Reducing Automated Screwdriving Cycle Times

Screwdriving automation plays a critical role across all industries, from automotive to consumer...

Who We Are & How We Can Help You

WEBER has been developing industry-leading automated screwdriving solutions for the most demanding...