Screw assemblies are extremely common in an assembly line. Over the course of a single shift, for example, operators can easily be fastening over 5,000 screws even when the number of screws per part is less than a dozen.
You might feel like you could just "throw" some automation at the problem. Maybe a conventional automated assembly machine sounds good? Maybe you're already thinking about using a robot?
Whatever your level of robotics expertise, there are a few things you would be wise to avoid when choosing screw assembly automation.
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