Tightening and Quality Control

Tighten a joint is an operation less trivial than you might think. Tighten a screw at the rated torque is not itself a guarantee of a proper tightening stable over

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Tightening and Quality Control

Tighten a junction properly is a fundamental step in ensuring the quality of a production process. At the end of the production line, there is a crucial step that needs

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Tightening and Quality Control

Automotive example What is statistical process control? Statistical process control consists in a set of statistical tests performed on a process (for example a production line). Its goal is to:

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Tightening and Quality Control

Tighten the joints properly on a production line is a fundamental step to ensure the quality on the assembly process. The selection and use of wrenches, electronic or mechanical, is

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Tightening and Quality Control

When using click wrenches, the torque applied to the bolt is higher than the value set for the click. This happens because the operator does not stop immediately after the

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Tightening and Quality Control

Pulse tools generate pulses instead of continuous torque: Pulse tools must be tested on a static transducer (standalone transducer connected to a torque measuring instrument or a test bench equipped

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