How to Solve Screwdriving Application Challenges in Your Automated Assembly
We solve challenging assembly operations with automated screwdriving systems that reduce cycle times, increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), and help engineers to error-proof their fastening operations. Learn how our screwdriving systems solve these unique challenges.
How an Automated Screwdriving System Can Reduce Quality Issues & Increase Throughput on Your Assembly Line
Learn about modern screwdriving and feeding systems – including the latest process controllers – that reduce failure rates, increase joining efficiency, and help error-proof your assembly process to reduce your product liability.
Feeding technology step feeder ZEL WEBER
The ZEL feeds screws, nuts and pins and is gentle on the material. The system allows cycle rates as low as 0.8 seconds. A low-vibration outlet rail, which minimizes vibrations, enables processing of surface-coated and sensitive parts. This is a very important aspect particularly in terms of the requirements of technical cleanliness.
WEBER Principle: Feed while you drive
Vacuum-based screwdriving technology is often used for hard-to-reach screw holes. A vacuum screwdriver picks up the screw through a suction tube which has a constant negative pressure or vacuum, and positions it at the screw hole. WEBER uses this technology in both its stationary screwdriving machines and handheld screwdriving units.
Screwdriving technology with tool changer system
An expandable tool changing system allows a variety of different tools to be integrated, which can be used with different screwdriving programs as required. The great advantage lies in the option of fully automating assembly tasks for different fasteners.
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