For many products, proper screwdriving is a key factory skill needed for subcomponent and final housing assembly. Improper screwdriving can lead to product defects and poor product quality. Join Stevan Dobrasevic, Product Marketing Director at Bright Machines, as he discusses real-world examples showing how smart automation can be used to automate screwdriving steps on the production line.
What you’ll learn:
- Sensors can be used to implement precise screwdriving operations
- Software-driven smart automation enables flexible end of arm tool changes
- Inspection using machine vision ensures consistent product quality