Would an MSA on a torque wrench be non-variable or variable data collection? In the format my company uses for variable measurements, the measurements will not be "True" if the measurements of our torque wrench are entered into the form. Our torque wrench, calibrated to IATF standards, only reads to the value set on the wrench itself. For example; by measuring a weld nut torque value minimum of 363ft-lbs, the wrench will be set to 365ft-lbs and 370ft-lbs per customer requirements. The way the form works is; we type in the nominal, then the actual measurements into each appraiser's respective "zones". The form has a formula that calculates the results entered and gives the results in a Box and Whisker graph. If we were to enter whole numbers, for every appraiser, we would essentially get the same results, hence no variation between, even if each appraiser uses different methods of measurment/set-up. How can this be achieved, under IATF standards?