One of the best ways to lower maintenance costs, prevent lost productivity and cut down on equipment failures is to eliminate errors in the assembly process. Preventing failures can be done by building reliable, consistent and accurate quality indicators into the assembly line. There are several reasons why manufacturing plants are predominately choosing precision electric and battery tools. When it comes to improving product safety, quality control, and reducing costs, the old school mindset of “tighten to torque” simply won’t cut it. Screws and the fastening process must be controlled during production to prevent errors. 


Tightening the Screws on Product Failures

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