The Detection of Battery Screwdriver’s Optimal Working Modes when Assembling Fixed Threaded Joint Considering Allowable Tightening Torque in Case of Equal Screw Length
In presented paper, the screwdriver’s electric power consumption studies depending on the corresponding fixed threaded joint’s assembly time are carried out. So far there are no recommendations from the tool manufactures for screwdriver’s optimal operating modes (the conclusion is made on the base of the attached instructions which provide instrument manufacturers), when evaluating this aspect upon taking into account the electrical power consumption and assembly time for different types of fixed threaded joints (wood, metal, plastic, etc.) and also taking into account obtainable tightening moments. In the examined literature sources which deal with the opportunities concerning the optimization of the automated assembly processes of fixed threaded joints, not enough attention is paid to the reduction of the instrument’s energy consumption which is one of the main tasks in the industrial process because it directly impacts production costs.
Algirdas V. Valiulis, Olegas Černašėjus and Vadim Mokšin
I. Grinevich et al., "The Detection of Battery Screwdriver’s Optimal Working Modes when Assembling Fixed Threaded Joint Considering Allowable Tightening Torque in Case of Equal Screw Length", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 220-221, pp. 946-950, 2015