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MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head

MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head

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Drive Head
Drive Head Type Chart
Fastener Type
Screw Feeder Ratio
SKU: FXD-146

MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head

The MiniMod series of low-torque automatic screwdrivers are designed to seamlessly integrate into low-payload robotic arm assemblies, and can be fitted with most screwdriving tools available on the market today.
Drive head's appearance may vary depending on your application's fastener type, tool type, torque specifications, available space, and more factors. Contact sales for more information.
Drive Head Details
Torque
Torque Capacity
9-nm
Drive Head
Drive Head Type
type-1
Weight
Approx. Weight
1.8-kg
Width
Approx. Width
25-mm
Head Diameter
Max Fastener Ø
11-mm
Screw Length
Max Fastener Length
38-mm
Fastener Type
Fastener Types
screw, set-screw, nut, bolt, pin, stud, rivet
MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head

A dual-stage automatic screwdriver head that is engineered to suit your industrial screwdriving automation application.

Streamlined automatic screw assembly made simple.

Carlson Engineering automated screw driving machines are designed to work with a screwfeeder or step feeder, and assist in your assembly automation fastening process by advancing the screw or screws to your product, stopping above it, and then advancing the bit driving the screw or screws to torque or depth. Carlson automatic feed screwdriver systems can be fitted with almost any brand of screwdriver on the market today.

Dual-Stage Screwdriving

As a Type 1, this drive head is dual-stage device with 2 independently operating travel slides & corresponding Jaw and Bit strokes, making hard to reach areas accessible.

For Low Payload Robots

Designed with smaller applications in mind, the MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head is able to seamlessly integrate into low-payload robotic arm assemblies.

Compatibility

The MiniMod Type 1 Drive Head is intended for use with a blow-feed automatic screwfeeder and can also be configured to drive bolts, pins, rivets, set-screws, and more.

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Types 1-6

Drive Head Type Chart

Every assembly is different. That’s why we’ve engineered adaptability into our single-spindle drive heads – so that no matter the application, we have a drive head that will work for you. Each type of drive head has different qualities which make it more suited for a particular style of fastener driving.

Type 1 Drive Head Drawing

Type 1 Drive Heads

Type 1 drive heads include a dual-stage travel slide, with two travel strokes.

Type 2 Drive Head Drawing

Type 2 Drive Heads

Primarily used for pick & place presenter applications or nut-running with a vacuum finder.

Type 3 Drive Head Drawing

Type 3 Drive Heads

Type 3 drive heads are intended for driving pre-placed screws, nut running, and bottle-capping.

Type 4 Drive Head Drawing

Type 4 Drive Heads

Type 4 drive heads have a single-stage travel slide – opposite of the Type 1 drive heads.

Type 5 Drive Head Drawing

Type 5 Drive Heads

A drive head that is configured with a vacuum bit extend option, designed to work with a blow feeder.

Type 6 Drive Head Drawing

Type 6 Drive Heads

A drive head that is configured with a magnetic bit extend option, designed to work with a blow feeder.

Feedability

Feeder Compatibility Formula:

To find out whether or not your fastener can be fed using a traditional blow-feed vibratory screw feeder, use the formula below:

Screw Diagram for measuring feedability ratio

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