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Please Help! Attribute Gage R&R on Torque Wrench

I would like to do an Attribute gage R&R on a torque wrench (clicker type) if possible. Would like to perform this on a nut that we are resistance welding to a channel. The spec. we are using is 148 ft lb Min., which is what the torque wrench is set at. Not sure how to go about this. Any help appreciated.

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Re: Attribute Gage R&R on Torque Wrench

As a starter, please see these existing discussion threads on Torque Wrenches

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