Seco’s Steadyline® system features a pre-tuned vibration damper consisting of a damper mass made of high-density material suspended inside the tool holder bar via radial absorbing elements.
In the world of fasteners, the usual answer for which is better comes down almost entirely to the situation the fastener is being used for.
In lean manufacturing, some areas are considered high-waste and are easier to address and by addressing these areas first, you can achieve bigger wins sooner.
Fasteners are hardware devices that are used for non-permanent joining of two or more objects together. Even if you have the best fastener at your fingertips, there are 7 common mistakes you should avoid while using them.
One of the best ways businesses can improve efficiency and cut costs is through kitting. Kitting is the process in which individual items are grouped, packaged, and assembled as one unit.
We shared five tips for making sure that your fastening was done correctly, now here are five more to help you operate better.
For Fastening, there are 5 important tips for bolting securely with respect to the right combination of bolt size and grade, creating elasticity in the joint, lubrication, lifecycle costs, and coatings.
The value of the distributor has been understood for quite some time. They have a sales force, local delivery, and stock inventory. They are a one-stop shop; an easy place for manufacturers who would have been overwhelmed if they had to find an OEM source for every item that came up for purchase.
A sub-assembly is a small group of parts that is assembled away from the main assembly area and is combined with other pieces to make a final product.
Applying exactly the right amount of torque is important to ensure proper clamping between parts. There can be serious consequences if you apply either too much or too little torque.
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