Friday, May 29, 2009

Flexible Assembly Systems Launches New Torque Tester Site

In response to customer issues around torque tool calibration, Flexible Assembly Systems has launched a new torque tester initiative aimed at tool owners seeking highly accurate torque specifications.

San Diego, CA, May 29, 2009
-- Despite the growing need for assembly with high torque accuracy, companies routinely fall out of ISO 9000 or internal quality metric compliance due to improper torque measurement. Recognizing the need for high torque accuracy, Flexible Assembly Systems has launched a new branch of the company solely focused on torque testing and calibration. As a licensed distributor for AIMCO, CDI, Mark-10, Ingersoll-Rand, and AWS, the firm will now have the widest variety of torque meters and expertise in the torque measurement market. The company's torque testing website, focuses on providing effective torque solutions to manufacturing and assembly firms.

In the past, manufacturing and assembly companies have routinely fallen out of torque testing compliance, resulting in costly delays and product recalls. "Our customers have asked for the assembly tool, and a torque testing service to take care of them for the long haul. With our new initiative, customers can count on maintaining in-house quality," states Eddie Silverberg, President of Flexible Assembly Systems. Manufacturing firms have been forced to purchase expensive torque meters, often with unproven reliability. Flexible Assembly’s effort includes torque analyzers that offer 5 in oz to 5000 ft lbs of torque range, come within 0.25% accuracy, and include a full-time in-house torque calibration staff.

"Since manufacturing budgets are tighter this year, our clients are searching for ways to cut capital expenses, while still maintaining quality. Consumer electronics, automotive, medical device, and other industries depend on torque gauges for their fastening tools, and we have ways to keep their costs down," Silverberg says. The company recently launched a low cost portable torque tester priced under $1000. The company is rounding out its selection with new bottle cap torque testers for beverage companies. “With these new additions, we have the in-house inventory to quickly respond to the customer’s quality needs and torque requirements,” Silverberg states.

Flexible Assembly Systems has been working together with firms requiring light-assembly solutions since 2003. The company's product list is extensive, and includes Assembly Tools, Robotic Assembly, Automotive Tools, Torque Products, Bits and Fastener Systems, Workplace and ESD Systems, and Material Handling Systems.

For additional information, contact:
Eddie Silverberg, President
Flexible Assembly Systems
800.696.7614, x250

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Flexible Newsroom

Flexible Assembly Systems, Inc. has added a new feature to their website call the "Flexible Newsroom". The "Flexible Newsroom" allows visitors to view up to date news and press releases about Flexible Assembly Systems. Visitors can also subscribe to the RSS Feed which allows them to stay on top of new postings.

To view the "Flexible Newsroom" clink on this link.