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Norbar’s new ClickTronic torque wrench is a mechanical “clicker” torque wrench with an electronic scale. This may lead some to wonder where this fits into a torque wrench market that already contains fully electronic wrenches and fully mechanical wrenches.
Our answer is that, for many, we believe that the ClickTronic will give the best of both worlds and to explore this statement we need to look at mechanical “clicker” wrenches and fully electronic wrenches and consider what they are best for.
Electronic wrenches are invaluable in the quality control environment or for highly safety critical application where you need greater accuracy than mechanical torque wrenches provide and/or you want to record torque tightening data. However, they need to be used very slowly and steadily to achieve high accuracy. When you are using an electronic wrench for tightening, it is normal for the target to be set and the wrench will indicate that you are approaching the target ...
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Over the years I have been involved in the recruitment of many CNC Setters. During the interview process I will usually walk candidates around the CNC machine shop explaining what equipment we have available and the type of work we do, the examples I show them are usually accompanied by the comment ‘its not rocket science’. I am still not entirely sure for whose benefit I say it. Is it for my own in the hope that my dismissal of the difficulty will impress the prospective candidate? Or is it so that our already nervous prospect will not be put off by something he/she may see as complex or difficult?
What do we mean by ‘it’s not rocket science’ anyway?? I guess the simple answer is that the parts are not complex or difficult to make or that conversely parts for rockets are somehow far superior to anything we make and we are simply not good enough to make rocket parts! [By 1950, rocket science was generally accepted as being intellectually difficult and outside the capabilities of ...
Norbar has devised easy-to-use online calculators that support the correct application of torque in three key areas:
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