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I bought the kurt, it works for some but depending on your torque it could be good or bad. It has 4 settings that are very different. I don't recommend, there is no in between. I ended up using a craftsman torque wrench so i can take it back to the mall when it gets dropped, i hate waiting for the truck and a socket.
I made a note of the correct torque on the vice so next time i ran the job i would know. The nice thing about a real torque wrench is that you can do the calculation on the thread of your vice and know how much squeeze your putting into your part. Dont forget to add in friction. Use an indicating type torque wrench.
Make your own if you desire. The Kurt unit is nice. I don't know how to link this page but look under Torque wrenches. The Kurt will pay its own way if you run thin delicate work enough. Also makes big stuff repeatable. And I concur any devise that measures the force of the hulking machinist clamping for life will work better than nothing.
One thing to remember or consider is removing something every cycle. If you can you want to beat that little cycle time reduction motion and the Kurt just kind of sits there and takes all the coolant and stuff. I saw a hydraulic vise with a pressure regulator on it. Not what you're looking for, but I saw a foot operated hydraulic vise, that had a pressure regulator, and a guage on it to adjust the clamping force.
It was designed for just this application. I guess the vise paid for itself in that application, between less screwed up parts, and increased production. I dunno if it would be worth it for you. These parts were VERY delicate, made of plastic!
I have an Accu-Tork which was used once or twice. It's been in my wodden tool box for about 15 years. You can't tell it from a new one. It's for a 6" vise. If you are interested. Regards, Stan-. Originally Posted by Metalcutter. If you're not in a hurry, you get it from Enco for a little less. It's always worth checking Enco if you see something at MSC, since they're essentially the same company.
Originally Posted by wrustle. Ok Stan, I'll bite I have no idea what it looks like, so can you let me know the length, and perhaps a picture? I'm kinda leaning towards the Kurt Torque handle though. I like the idea of leaving it attached to the vise as tumbleweed suggested especially having two vises in the machine all the time, but I'm concerned about just having four settings as krazyglue stated. I'll have to check out the craftsman torque wrenchs as well Dumbass question of the day Will a regular torque wrench loosen the vise, or are they only for tightening?
They work fine to loosen the vise. If this happens, take it to a repair shop that can properly care for the calibration of torque wrenches. If your wrench is properly calibrated, then it can cause damage to your machine because you could be applying too much or too little torque. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
How to Set Torque Wrench. Spread the love. Digital Digital torque wrenches are made to remove the guesswork from using a wrench properly for a project because digital wrenches do most of the work for you. They are frequently used in production and manufacturing plants where absolute precision is needed, but they also frequently used at home and other capacities as well: Set the torque value on your digital wrench.
Program the lower and upper thresholds for quality and safety control purposes. Put your torque wrench on the fastener and start making your adjustments. On many digital wrenches, a light or buzzer will go off when you need to stop applying torque. Check your reading. Most digital wrenches will utilize a green light to tell you that the proper torque level has been reached. There are some models of torque wrenches that have double-ended drives that you can use for loosening and tightening.
Stop turning once the wrench has reached the correct torque value. There should be clear markings on the handle that tell you what torque values are available. Tighten the release at the bottom; this locks your torque wrench at the correct setting. Put the torque wrench in place to make your adjustment.
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