3D design in cooperation
Axmatic’s products have a short lead time through 3D design and production to the customer. In designing the solutions, the shapes and materials of the final product are taken into consideration to ensure accurate positioning and support for the various components of the product. The products are thoroughly tested before delivery, and again by the customer in their own assembly process. The ergonomics, ease of modification and maintenance aspects are taken into account in the design phase
Precision tool design
Axmatic customized hand tools include various tweezers and assembly tools with a tip designed and executed according to the requirements of the final product’s assembly process. The precision hand tools are designed using 3D software. In addition to boosting the assembly process significantly, the tailor-made design also ensures that the tools do not damage the sensitive components.
Assembly work ergonomics
Ergonomics is one of the criteria taken into account by Axmatic when designing assembly tools. Experienced designers ensure that the tools provide a natural motion path for the operator and that the force needed to perform the assembly work is minimized. Better ergonomics boost the assembly process while reducing stress injuries caused by work and saving costs.
Axmatic offers customized assembly fixtures to support or hold the product in place in a manual assembly process. In our design operations, we rely on the latest 3D CAD software to ensure that each assembly fixture will exactly match the product’s shapes and dimensions. We are capable of offering a rapid service chain from design to execution and delivery.
Axmatic designs and manufactures different supports for printed circuit boards. Their purpose is to hold the printed circuit board in place and in the right position during assembly. The support can be made of a soft material to avoid damage to the printed circuit board.
Axmatic manufactures clamp fixtures for clamping printed circuit boards in place during assembly without damaging the sensitive components. This enables efficient manual assembly. Clamp fixtures, like all other Axmatic fixtures, use materials that avoid damage to the product to be assembled.
The soldering process requires a solder fixture that is exactly matched to the product’s characteristics. This allows securing the printed circuit board during soldering. Axmatic tailored solder fixtures minimize errors during the soldering process and ensure a smooth flow of products to the next assembly step.
Axmatic fixtures for repairing printed circuit boards secure the board during manual repair work. When the printed circuit board is mounted in the repair fixture, components can be easily removed and resoldered, for example.
Axmatic designs and manufactures, in small series, assembly jigs for manual assembly operations in the manufacturing industry.
In designing the solutions, the shapes and materials of the final product are taken into consideration to ensure accurate positioning and support for the various components of the product. Tailored jigs increase the efficiency of the assembly process and minimize human error.
With the efficient utilization of production capacity in mind, our customers’ product assembly processes are typically divided into steps. Axmatic products are suited to all of the steps in a variety of assembly processes. Assembly jigs can either operate independently or they can be used as supports to facilitate assembly.
Rapid Prototyping is often the difference in beating your competitor to market. Also most successful company that makes the prototypes is a good candidate for the production. That’s why at Axmatic we place a tremendous amount of emphasis on our R&D and Prototyping capabilities . The prototyping process is not only a logical place to enhance, modify and test component features but also manufacturing methods. Whether it’s Precision Assemblies, CNC Machined Components, Intricate Metal Stampings or Medical Devices, Axmatic is ready to assist you today.