Rotary Dial System Solders Switches

March 2009
Assembly;Mar2009, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p8
The article offers information on the rotary indexing dial systems. It describes the system as a simple and inexpensive automation equipment which can assemble a lot of product in a relatively small footprint with a minimal number of fixtures. It adds that the product to be assembled dictates what size the needed rotary indexing dial would be. It also examines a rotary dial system manufactured by Edgewater Automation LLC.


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