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Electric Screwdrivers for Low-Torque Assembly

Posted by Mountz Torque October 4th, 2016    
EF-Series with Power Supply

As manufacturing ramps for a product, engineers often search for tooling options to increase productivity, lower costsĀ  and reduce potential torque failures. Power driven screwdrivers are suitable for an assortment of assembly applications. Electric torque screwdrivers are designed for precision torque control and ensure product quality, cost savings and a reduction in overall assembly failures. […]


Reduce Torque Failures with a Quality Electric Torque Screwdriver

Posted by Mountz Torque July 26th, 2016    
K-Series Electric Screwdrivers

For companies that manufacture at a low volume production level, often hand torque tools are adequate to meet their fastening requirements. But when production demands increase, a new dilemma is born. Is it time to switch tooling from hand tools to power assembly tools? Selecting the proper electric screwdriver for a fastening application can be […]


Set up Guide for Direct Plug-in Electric Screwdrivers

Posted by Mountz Torque November 30th, 2015    
Direct Plug-in Electric Screwdrivers

Assembly applications that require the manufacturing staff to tighten fasteners time after time, a power tool is often the tool of choice. Electric torque screwdrivers are designed to increase productivity and repeatable torque control. Mountz electric screwdrivers are built to automatically shut-off once the preset torque value is reached and provide precision repeatability. A Mountz […]


Detect and Prevent Fastening Errors

Posted by Mountz Torque February 19th, 2014    
Electric Screwdriver with Built-in Screwdriver

Counting screws is not the new song title from the rock band “Counting Crows.” Screw counting is a quality control process utilized in the manufacturing environment. Tightening hundreds and hundreds fasteners daily, assembly operators can forget to fasten some screws here or there during the monotonous routine. For complex fastening regimes with multiple screws on […]


Ergonomic Mindset Helps Ensure Safer Conditions

Posted by Mountz Torque October 23rd, 2013    
Linear Torque Arm

When using a power tool, torque control is only one element engineers must resolve and get dialed in for a fastening application. There are other issues that engineers should pay attention to as well. Is there any potential ergonomic issues that may arise from the application? What about cross threading and side load occurring as […]