As technological advances have impacted virtually every facet of life, innovations have created an evolution in the assembly tools of manufacturing, as well. Pneumatic air tools have been used in manufacturing for decades. In the 1990’s, electric fastening tools became popular in assembly plants, offering more precision, accuracy and the ability to have multiple functions available on a single tool. Recently, battery-driven tools have become commonplace on the assembly line because they provide freedom from cords and wires, improve safety and ergonomics for workers, and offer many of the same benefits as electric tools at a lower cost.
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