Automobile Headlights Screw Driving
Automobile headlights screw driving requirement
The product is shown as follows. The automobile headlight enclosure needs to be locked and fixed with four M3*6 Phillip’s head screws.
The high screw locking quality needs to be ensured with defective rate lower than 1‰. The surface of screws should maintain smooth and unscratched.
Disadvantages of manual screw driving
The auto headlight is flat and it is difficult to fix for manual screw driving, reducing the screw driving efficiency. Furthermore, the screw slippage and scratch problems also happen frequently.
OKATA GT-LS602SY automatic screw driving solution
X, Y, Z axis double head double platform auto screw driving machine. PLC control, precise operation, high stability. Double platform allows for simultaneous work of material loading and product handling, which leads to higher production efficiency.
- Clamping fixture
The clamping fixture is designed by our professional mechanical engineers on basis of product’s characteristics. The worker only needs to pick and take out the clamping fixture.
The screw driving system is fully automatic. The workers only need to put the product on the clamping fixture of Y platform and press the start button, then the screw driving machine will handle the products as preset procedures.
Recommended model: double head screw driving robot
Guangdong Okata Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd. has been playing its part in the movement of automation development since our founding in 2005. Our concentration is on the R&D and production of high-precision automation equipment for unmanned production workshops. Our core products include automated soldering machines, automatic screw driving machines, and automatic dispensers. These pieces of advanced equipment are utilized by producers of electronics, electrical appliances, toys, communications equipment, cars, and other industries. We provide systematic automated solutions and comprehensive equipment that has made us a well-known enterprise in the industry.
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