Industrial production requires power tools in order to optimally undertake particular processing tasks. In areas of assembly, regardless of whether in a plant or on a construction site, it is necessary to use robust, electrically operated power tools. In assembly, for example, impact wrenches are used to screw in bolts and tighten nuts. In steel construction it is important to modify the welded areas with powerful straight grinders or angle grinders, both in the hall as well as during assembly on site.
- Flexible power tools are necessary for the optimal undertaking of specific tasks
- Particularly useful for assembly
- Used for crafts or industry
Before this work is conducted, the corresponding welding edges need to be produced. Here, a nippler is used to be able to produce the welded seam in a V shape. By preparing the edges like this, it ensures a very reliable result from the welding process. There is a large range of power tools available for woodworking crafts, which undertake processes such as sawing, boring, sanding and joining. Power tools are all very similar to one another in terms of their construction. A stable, light machine cover contains the electric motor. At the front of the machine, there is the gearbox and the tool mount. Various forms are common, such as the pistol design for drilling machines or the slim form of the straight grinder. These electronic machine tools are operated using the main power supply or rechargeable batteries. Special constructions for assembly lines allow the hand tools to be fixed and hung over the work station.
Power tools in use
This means it is not necessary to continuously hold the machine, as during assembly there are often many necessary hand grips and therefore the hands need to remain free. Power tools are equipped with various speeds and gear stages that are electronically controlled. Additional components can be attached to the machines, making it possible to conduct a variety of different tasks with one machine.