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  • Too Loose or Too Tight? 10 Steps to Torque Control
    The following 10 tips for achieving precision torque control will give OEMs vital information needed to streamline their production processes:
  • Proper Torque Control for RF COAX & SMA Connectors
    The correct tightening of COAX and SMA Connectors used in RF cabling applications is essential to ensure optimum performance. This is particularly important in high frequency applications using stainless steel or beryllium-copper bodies.
  • Modern Robotics Require Precise Torque Control in Assembly
    We've come a long way since Rossum's Universal Robots. Robots today are rising in every industry, from manufacturing to agriculture to warehousing and logistics. Such robots are tasked with delicate, dangerous, and demanding tasks which require power and precision. As such, companies manufacturing
  • Guide: Torque Control and Safety for High-Volume Production Applications
    The application of accurate and consistent torque on high-volume production applications is crucial to efficient assembly.
  • Demystifying Torque
    Demystifying Torque: What You Should Know About Torque Control & Its Impact on the Bottom Line
  • Torque Sensor Application - Rotating Torque Monitoring System
    Inline Rotary Torque Sensors / Transducers are normally used in line with rotating shafts or nut runners for feed back control. For optimum performance, it is recommended to utilize coupling in order to minimize extraneous load & moments due to misalignment. When selecting the torque sensor, make
  • A Smarter Way to Control Torque on Automotive Test Benches
    To simulate a wide variety of real-world conditions on automotive components and systems, test stands often need brakes that can deliver a range of torque levels while minimizing cost and control complexity. That's where magnetic particle brakes come into play.
  • Statistical Process Control of Torque Data on Assembly Lines
    No matter what tools your company employs, the amount of torque applied to fasteners will always vary to some degree. You need to know when this variation is unacceptable and why, which you can do by using statistical process control. Ultimately this allows you to increase quality, improve cycle
  • Establishing a Quality Torque Program
    In the manufacturing and assembly world, tightening, controlling, or measuring torque fasteners is imperative for production efficiency. An inadequately torqued fastener can vibrate or work loose: conversely, if the tension is too high, the fastener...
  • The Best Preset Torque Screwdriver in the World for Advanced Process and Quality Control
    Meeting Quality Control Requirements with Preset Torque Screwdrivers
  • Force Controlled Robot Assembly with a Force Torque Sensor
    Although the adaptability and reliability of industrial robots are increasing, their low positioning accuracy is often a major obstacle in their application. To improve that, a 6-axis force torque sensor can be very helpful.
  • Torque Sensor Application - Low Capacity
    The typical application of these products include measurements dynamometers, tool dulling indicator, motor quality control or conversion of rotary to reaction torque.
  • How To Calculate Your Torque Constant
    The torque constant, Kt, of a motor is a very useful parameter for sizing and controlling motors showing a linear speed/torque relationship. Both DC brush type and brushless motors exhibit this linear performance curve relationship. Without getting into theoretical detail, Kt is simply the slope
  • Torque Sensor Application - Precision & Maintenance
    The typical application of these products include measurements dynamometers, tool dulling indicator, motor quality control or conversion of rotary to reaction torque. Load Cell | Bending Beam Load Cell | Canister Load Cell | Column Load Cell | Compression Load Cell | Custom Load Cell | Donut Load
  • Torque Limiters Tamer Overloads (.pdf)
    As a machine designer, one of your top priorities should be to protect against operator injury and machinery damage due to overloads. Limiting the torque that can be transmitted through a system is one way to do it. A variety of torque limiters can do the job: from basic shear pins to friction
  • Torque Sensor Application - Prosthetic Limbs
    Sensors and transducers have been very instrumental in the development of prosthetic devices. They allow prosthetic devices to closely mimic human limbs. In the example below, a smart/digital torque transducer in line with a stepper motor is providing torque & position feedback to an electronic