Single-Spindle Automated Screwdrivers & Head Types

Every assembly is different. That’s why Carlson have engineered adaptability into their single-spindle automatic screwdrivers and drive heads. No matter the application, ther is a drive head that will work for you. Each type of automated screw driving head has different qualities which make it more suited for a particular style of fastener driving.

Type 1 Automatic Screwdrivers - Dual stage travel slide Type 2 Automatic Nut Drivers - Pick and place Type 3 Automatic Screw Drivers - Pre-placed screwdriving

Type 1 automatic screw driving heads include a dual-stage travel slide, allowing the screwdrivers to first advance to a part. Then, advance the jaws after extending using separate jaw and bit transport strokes. Type 1 drive head slides are typically used for applications where a 1-2 axis arm is being used to lower the screwdriver to the part.

Type 2 automatic nut driver machines are primarily used for pick and place presenter applications or nut-running with a vacuum finder tube installed. Type 2 drive heads can be single or dual-stage, but they are standard single-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, but they are standard single-stage.

Type 4 Automatic Screwdrivers - Single stage travel size Type 5 Automatic Screwdrivers - Vacumm bit extend Type 6 Automatic Screwdrivers - Magnetic bit extend

Type 4 automatic screwdriver heads are classified as any blow-fed drive head with a single-stage travel slide – opposite of the Type 1 drive heads. The jaw and bit strokes are not independent on Type 4 drive heads. Type 4 drive head slides are typically used for applications where a 2+ axis robot arm is being used to lower the screwdriver to the part, and independent jaw & bit strokes are not necessary.

Type 5 automatic screwdriver heads are configured with a vacuum bit extend, designed to work with a blow feeder to drive fasteners into a product. Type 5 automatic drive heads are typically required for tight spaces where there is not ample clearance for jaws to open, and the bit must extend to a part. Type 5 drive heads can be single or dual-stage, but they are standard single-stage. Type 6 automatic screwdriver heads are configured with a magnetic bit extend, designed to work with a blow feeder to drive fasteners into a product. Type 6 automatic drive heads are typically required for tight spaces where there is not ample clearance for jaws to open, and the bit must extend to a part. Type 6 drive heads can be single or dual-stage, but they are standard single-stage.

 

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Key Features & Benefits

  • Compact design and the low weight enable comfortable and fatigue-free working.
  • Allows the use of different drives and controllers
  • Ideal for flexible assembly stations

Applications

Weber has been offering reliable and accurate automatic screwdriving systems for assembly applications as listed below:

  • Electrical industry 
  • Car body construcion
  • Woodworking industry
  • Medical and life science
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Automotive 
  • Household appliances
  • Aerospace
  • Telecommunications