• Q1.Prevent loose bolts
    💡Implement proper torque control measures
    💡Use torque control electric screwdrivers that apply the correct torque
    💡Regular torque calibration to ensure accurate torque output
    💡Perform regular maintenance on assembly tools & replace any worn or damaged parts
    💡Proper training for assembly line workers to understand and follow torque specifications and other quality control measures
    💡Incorporate comprehensive testing and inspections, such as 4M1E (Man, Machine, Material, Method, Environment) analysis, to identify and correct quality issues
    💡Prioritize quality control and torque accuracy to ensure the safety and reliability of products
  • Q2.How to pick the right model for my application?
    When selecting a screwdriver, try to make sure that the specific torque required for the application falls somewhere near the middle of the tools torque range. For example, if you require a torque of 1 Nm, pick a tool that has a range of 2 Nm.
  • Q3.Which electric screwdriver design (straight / pistol / right-angle / right-angle z shaped) should I choose?
    Straight electric screwdrivers are ideal for workstations where they can be suspended by spring balancers. They are comfortable to use for vertical tightening (Top to Bottom). Straight electric screwdrivers are also designed to operate with external control on automated workstations.

    Pistol electric screwdrivers have an angled body for a better grip. They are ideal to use for horizontal tightening.

    Right-angle electric screwdrivers allow users to reach screws located in tight areas.

    Right-angle Z Shaped electric screwdrivers enable users to tighten screws next to wall.
  • Q4.I have a fault with my tool. How do I get it repaired?
    Please contact the company you purchased it from and they will assist you.