Intelligent brushless electric screwdriver, automatic screwdriver
For furniture assembly, home repairs, and other DIY jobs, electric screwdrivers are the Goldilocks of power tools. They’re more powerful and convenient than a manual screwdriver, yet lighter-duty compared to impact drivers and drills. Electric screwdrivers offer more precision and cost efficiency than impact drivers and drills. As such, they’re just right for many household applications.
Electric screwdrivers vary in power, torque, battery life, and speed to suit different applications. With features like variable speed, adjustable grip, LED lights, built-in screw holders, and more, these tools are quite easy to use. By paying attention to these nuances, users can find their ideal tool and get the most out of it.
1. Ergonomic size, high temperature durable, weak vibration, good grip, new appearance, light weight, easy to operate for a long time without fatigue, improve efficiency.
2. High precision of the torque, with step-less torque adjustment, simple and efficiently operation, it can be generally used for electrical and electronic lightening products, home appliances, toys, computer/ phone/ watches accessories and other processing and assembling operations,
|No load speed(r.p.m)
|Diameter of screw
|Applicable screw bit
Common applications can be found in industries like electronics, medical manufacturing, automobile manufacturing, contract manufacturing and anywhere fasteners are used to assemble a product. Many companies use our quality screwdriver torque drivers to ensure that accurate repeatable torque is being applied and maintained throughout their assembly applications.
FAQs About Your New Electric Screwdriver
If you still aren’t completely confident about which kind of electric screwdriver you need, take a look at these popular questions and their answers below.
Q. Is an impact driver the same as an electric screwdriver?
Impact drivers and electric screwdrivers share some similarities, but they are different tools. Think of an electric screwdriver as a smaller, lighter, and less powerful version of an impact driver. An electric screwdriver is designed for occasional use, while an impact driver can withstand frequent, prolonged usage. An impact driver is built for heavier-duty tasks—basically a mid-point between an electric screwdriver and a power drill.
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