Sumake North America Introduces Two New Products at The Assembly Show 2024

AMHERST, NH – Sumake North America is introducing their newest products, the Current Control Screwdriver Series and Position Control Torque Arm, in their booth #1343 at the Assembly Show in Nashville, TN. Both of these products are new products for 2024. 

Sumake’s Current Control Torque Screwdrivers are specialized tools designed to provide precise control over both the electrical current (torque control) and the angle or orientation of the screwdriver during assembly tasks. Offering specialized features, they ensure seamless operation, guaranteeing optimal performance and reliability in critical assembly processes. By integrating advanced torque control mechanisms and precise angle adjustments, these screwdrivers empower users to execute tasks with unparalleled accuracy, enhancing overall efficiency and product quality.

The key features of Sumake’s Current Control Torque Screwdrivers include:

  • Precision Torque Control: Ensures accurate tightening of screws to desired torque levels, preventing over-tightening or under-tightening.
  • Digital Display: Provides real-time feedback on torque levels and angle adjustments for enhanced control and accuracy during assembly tasks.
  • Ergonomic Design: Designed for comfortable handling during prolonged use, reducing operator fatigue and enhancing productivity.
  • Compact and Lightweight: Designed for ease of use and portability, suitable for various assembly environments and applications.

Sumake’s Position Control Torque Arms play a crucial role in actively overseeing and regulating torque levels in assembly operations, along with managing the sequence of fastener application in real-time. This precise procedure is essential to tighten screws accurately according to specified standards and in the prescribed sequence, ensuring the highest quality and integrity in the assembly process. Our Position Control Torque Arms come equipped with a control box and an Articulated Torque Arm, seamlessly integrating with Sumake Premier Brushless Torque Screwdrivers and Transducer Screwdrivers.

Sumake’s position control torque arm collaborates with an electric screwdriver to offer support, stability, and control during the screwing or fastening process. Here’s how it typically functions:

  • Feedback and Control: Fitted with encoders that offer feedback on the screwdriver’s position, enabling real-time monitoring and adjustment of torque levels and fastener order. This ensures screws are tightened to precise specifications in the correct sequence.
  • Support and Stability: Mounted near the workstation or assembly line, the torque arm secures the screwdriver in place, preventing movement or shaking during operation. This support guarantees the screwdriver remains steady, allowing for accurate and precise screwing or fastening.
  • Torque Absorption: As the electric screwdriver applies torque to drive the screw, a reactive force may be exerted in the opposite direction. The torque arm absorbs this force, preventing it from affecting the user or the assembly process. This absorption maintains stability and control, crucial when working with delicate or precise components.
  • Smooth Motion Control: The torque arm provides smooth motion control, enabling the user to guide the screwdriver precisely to the desired location. This control is essential for achieving consistent torque levels and avoiding over-tightening or under-tightening of screws.

“Precision control and real-time visibility help our customers increase their efficiency and product quality,” said Michael DeChambeau, Sumake North America’s President. “These two new products are just the beginning of the innovative offerings we will be bringing to the industry in 2024.”