Position-control torque arm system

  • 04-Mar-2016 09:54 EST
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A position-control torque arm system from Mountz improves and automates the fastening process while reducing manufacturing costs. The compact position-control device features a touch-screen display that is easy to program. An automation device management system incorporates the latest in screw counting technology. The position-control system reduces the risk of improperly fastened screws, ensuring that every screw is correctly tightened in the correct sequence. Available configurations include a table-mounted articulated arm system and a telescoping arm that is mounted above the assembly area. The ergonomic torque arms reduce repetitive motion injuries as well as providing comfortable tool operation and increased production. For more information, visit www.mountztorque.com/.

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