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Smart Assembly Tools: Demo in 60 Seconds

We often get asked questions relating to our Smart Assembly Tools, and so we have created this page to answer some of the frequently asked questions FAQs.  This page includes information on torque and Smart Screwdrivers.

Demo is 60 Seconds - Kolver DC Electric Screwdriver

   

This video from Martin Gillespie at Hawker Richardson shows a quick demonstration of the Kolver DC electric screwdriver, with its error proofing capability. Martin utilises an electrical enclosure with a rubber gasket, first demonstrating the repeatability of the screwdriver with the gasket on, and then the error proofing capability with the gasket removed.

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Demo in 60 Seconds - How to Use the Socket Tray for the Kolver DC Electric Screwdriver 

   

Martin Gillespie from Hawker Richardson demonstrates how to utilise the socket tray with the Kolver DC Electric screwdriver, by using a range of bits (including flat blade and Phillips) and a range of torque.

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Demo in 60 Seconds - Demonstrating the Error Proofing Capability of CellCore Cleco Assembly Tools 

   

Martin demonstrates the error proofing capability of CellCore Cleco Assembly Tools, which now run off Milwaukee batteries. Milwaukee batteries are available from most tool stores and so readily available.  Martin demonstrates the repeatability quoting both the consistency of the torque and the angle, by run-downs on a electrical enclosure. 

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Demo in 60 Seconds - Demonstrating the Error Proofing Capability of CellCore Cleco Angle Screwdriver

   

Martin demonstrates the error proofing capability of the Angle Screwdriver from CellCore.  The Angle Wrech utilises a standard 18V Li-Ion Milwaukee battery and store 15,000 cucles of rundown data within the tool.

One mPro200Series controller can manage up to ten tools per unit!

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