Authorized Dealer of Assembly Solutions for Automatic Screwdriving, Handheld Joining and Thermal Adhesive Bonding
Blue Ridge Industrial Sales, Inc. specializes in supplying customers in the Georgia-Tennessee area with high quality components that add value and efficiency to theiroperations.
Our capabilities range from feeding and installing micro medical pins and screws, to large bolts and heavy fasteners. We specialize in engineering solutions for hard to reach fastener locations and standalone feed systems designed for difficult to handle fastener styles. Weber also specializes in fastening technique using the latest in DC servo motors and control systems including advanced joint analysis and graphing capabilities.
If you are in the Georgia, Alabama,Tennessee, and Florida region and would like to learn more about these high quality products and the many options available, contact us today.
Weber handheldsystems offer industry leading speeds and versatility to increaseproduction and decrease operator fatigue. With a hand driver to suitalmost any application, Weber has you covered.
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Fixtured spindlesare designed for use on a mounted surface or on a robotic platform.With Weber's industry leading swivel arm design, our units can feed ascrew, while driving a screw at the same time.
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Weber ScrewdrivingSystems Inc. specializes in specialty automotive sheet metal bondingtechnology including flow drilling and captive inserts.
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Weber ScrewdrivingSystems Inc. specializes in vibratory, step, and piezo feedingtechnology. With our large range of feeding systems, we are able tofeel almost any fastener style from micro screws for the medicalindustry, to large bolts for automotive and defense applications.
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BalTec's radial riveting technology creates strong, precise part assemblies. The key advantage is that the material is formed radially rather than tangentially.
- Using a rosette path, riveting tools do not spin or rotate, there is a consequently longer tool life due to reduced friction, lower metallurgical stresses on the fastener
- Most case hardened materials can be cold formed, even galvanized and other plated surfaces stay intact and undamaged
- Micrometer adjusted settings allow riveting to be performed on Baklite, ceramic, glass, plastics including Valox, Delrin, ABS, glass-filled nylons, Lexan and many more
- Since impacting or upsetting of the material does not occur, the process is relatively quiet and free from vibration.