Knowing how to measure dynamic torque can yield extremely valuable insight when troubleshooting joint application issues and evaluating power tool performance. Measuring torque on the joint in real-time can help manufacturers uncover and correct assembly inaccuracies before they cause serious quality product issues.
Power tool torque application is dynamic; various factors can impact the actual torque being applied on the application, like a soft rubber gasket, washers, lubricant, or a plastic component. Failing to account for actual joint conditions can create enough of a difference between expected and actual torque delivery that it affects your rate of lost product.
Rotary torque sensors are utilized for in-line torque measurement applications. Measuring the torque output of power tools with a rotary torque sensor allows an engineer to monitor torque and analyze the efficiency of the fastening process.
Measuring dynamic torque is essential for engineers to ensure any assembly process defects can be detected and mitigated in the future. Learn how to implement a live torque feedback process or conduct a study of torque applied for an assembly process. We will distribute the on-demand within 48 hours of the live event.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- Why dynamic torque measurement is a necessary quality control process
- Understand elements that impact the strength and behavior of a fastening joint.
- Tactics for conducting a simple, routine torque audit process
- Understand tactics used for measuring torque and angle
- How to collect torque readings and conduct a torque analysis
- Best practices to assure a reliable fastened joint