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Every assembly is different. That’s why we’ve engineered adaptability into our single-spindle drive heads – so that no matter the application, we have a drive head that will work for you. Each type of drive head has different qualities which make it more suited for a particular style of fastener driving.
Type 1 drive heads include a dual-stage travel slide, allowing drive heads to first advance to a part, and then advance the jaws after extending using separate jaw & bit transport strokes.
Primarily used for pick & place presenter applications or nut-running with a vacuum finder tube installed. Type 2 drive heads can be single or dual stage.
Type 3 drive heads are intended for driving pre-placed screws, nut running, bottle capping, or torque inspection. Type 3 drive heads can be single or dual stage.
Type 4 drive heads are classified as any drive head with a single-stage travel slide – opposite of the Type 1 drive heads. The jaw & bit strokes are no independent on Type 4 drive heads.
A drive head that is configured with a vacuum bit extend option, designed to work with a blow feeder to drive fasteners into a product. Type 5 drive heads can be single or dual stage.
A drive head that is configured with a magnetic bit extend option, designed to work with a blow feeder to drive fasteners into a product. Type 6 drive heads can be single or dual stage.
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From our MiniMod automatic screwdriver which seamlessly integrates into low-payload robotic arm assemblies, to our high-torque and heavy duty SuperMod, which is capable of an astonishing 1,000 Nm torque capacity, and everything in between, we engineer the most dynamic and versatile automated screw driving systems in the assembly line automation industry.