The ASSEMBLY Show

OCTOBER 22 - 24 2019

DONALD STEPHENS CONVENTION CENTER

ROSEMONT, IL

nigroJOHN NIGRO
North American Sales Manager
Sturtevant Richmont

Over the last 15 years, John Nigro has helped government agencies, distributors, and end users better understand torque application with the intent of improving end user product quality. His assistance has come in the form of providing “hands-on” torque application training, as well as helping end users understand all the important decision points in selecting the most appropriate tool for torque application.

John’s keen understanding of customer needs has not only helped customers, but has helped Sturtevant Richmont develop new tools to solve unmet customer torque needs.

John’s leadership doesn’t stop with business. He also gives back to the community by coaching and mentoring young athletes with values, strategies, and baseball skills.


Threaded Fastener Strategies for Factory 4.0

Walter P. Chrysler had an engineering problem with the heads being torqued on to aluminum engine blocks. To solve the problem, he invented the flat beam torque wrench and licensed Paul A. Sturtevant to manufacture and sell the wrench.

As Factory 4.0 expands, DC electric tools and robots are an increasing part of the assembly landscape. But many fastener applications still require torque hand tools.

This presentation looks at integrating torque hand tools into your Factory 4.0 plan to create supervisory control and data acquisition using torque hand tools. Sturtevant Richmont has been providing hand tools with supervisory control and data acquisition since 1999.

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