The Torque Chain of Quality Large
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Daily torque testing is becoming more common place because it makes good business sense. But is daily testing error proofing? No, and far from it.
Error proofing is about eliminating the variables and mitigating those which cannot be eliminated. If your torque wrench is out of spec, using a torque wrench to prevent errors only leads to a false sense of security. What if the torque tester you are using is out of spec and you don't know it?
This video and the subsequent series takes you through every link in the chain of quality in order to help you understand all the places where the wheels can fall off. Specifically it takes a look at the places we tend to overlook or take for granted.
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