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MSA on Torque wrench

Discussion in 'Gage R&R and MSA - Measurement Systems Analysis' started by kyleruppelt, Jan 10, 2021.

  1. kyleruppelt

    kyleruppelt Member

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    Good morning all, i am need of some assistance. We are starting on the manufacturing phase of our new project. This projects has us Torquing the pressure pipe on with a nut, and not our usual manner of welding it on.

    1. What would be the best practice for doing an MSA on the torque Wrenches?
    2. How do you determine the "machine error" over time, as torque is represented as revelations?
    3. How would one make sure that the torque is still correct when process is completed. (sanity check)
    i would greatly appreciate the assistance.
     
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    This subject has been covered (at length) and can be found in the IATF 16949 forum.
     
  3. kyleruppelt

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    Hi ANdy,

    Thank you so much, it is much appreciated.
     
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