The E-SFM features optimum qualities to react flexibly to complex screwdriving tasks, new fasteners and changing assembly requirements.
With appropriate adjustments to downforce, speed and position in the screwdriving application, cycle time is reduced and unnecessarily high stress on a component can be avoided.
The costs of replacement wear parts are reduced due to the precise, gentle engagement process.
- Improved cycle time
- One system - many screwdriving directions
The Screwdriver Function Module with electronic stroke (E-SFM) has been optimally designed to react ﬂexibly to complex screwdriving tasks, new fasteners and varying assembly requirements.
Precise parameter control
Avoid applying unnecessary stress to your component by optimally adjusting force and speed in your screwdriving application. A gentle engagement process will extend the life of your bit.
Improved cycle time
Flexible positioning of the bit enables different processing steps to be combined with one another. This can improve the cycle time and increase the productivity of your application.
One system – many screwdriving directions
Whether downwards or upwards, horizontally or at a particular angle – the E-SFM can do the job without losing the fastener position.
Integrated depth sensor
The E-SFM can be ﬂexibly programmed and is therefore suitable for various screw heights.
Suitable for lightweight robots
Due to its low weight, the E-SFM is ideal for use in applications in conjunction with lightweight robots.
Simple parameterisation software in responsive design.
In the training course "Screwdriver Function Module with electronic stroke (E-SFM)" you will learn how to set up sequences for various types of components.