Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, recently won three prestigious Red Dot design awards for MicroTorque Tightening Systems. These are high-precision screwdriver systems and forms a part of electric assembly tools. The company bagged awards in the two categories, one for the innovative QMC 21 and the other for the QMC 41 screwdriver systems. These electric assembly tools have advanced characteristics that offer them numerous advantages over other similar tools. These are used for assembling micro screws in various applications such as in small portable electronic devices. This enhances the assembly speed and considerably reduces maintenance production needs.
According to Mats Rahmström, President of Atlas Copco’s Industrial Technique business area, “We are very pleased with these awards as they recognize our hard work to design our products in ways that improve customers’ productivity and give the operators the ultimate in comfort and safety”.
The company had been awarded previously for its MT Focus 6000 Controller system. This equipment enables perfect tightening of micro screws in electronics assembly.
There are many electric assembly tools are used in different stages of production industry that are highly scalable which consist of High-frequency Tools, Cordless Screwdrivers / Wrenches and Production air tools. These equipment increase production efficiency as these are incredibly accurate, cost effective and durable. There are many reports prepared by industry experts that track the current and future market trends and growth prospects of the electric assembly industry. Recently, Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Global and Chinese Electric Assembly Tool Industry, 2010-2020 Market Research Report”.
The report offers in-depth insight into the major drivers and restraints, business profiles of leading market players, detailed market segmentation along with the dominant technological innovations in the market.