The Unisaw torque requirements are not really that
precise. Tighten the bolt till it's just right
See theses procedures by a company that does it
The Wolf wrote:
Okay, I hereby retract my statement that you are not funny.
(watson - who is still curious about whether you have to be rich to be
British, rather than being merely English. Lest you believe this to
be a question without merit or historical antecedent; I'd heard that
Bob Hope was presented to the Queen, who said to him, "I understand
the you were born British." Hope is alleged to have replied, "No
M'am, my family was too poor to be British - we were English.")
I always loved Bob Hope. I wish he'd lived forever - instead of only
Thomas J. Watson - Cabinetmaker (ret.)
(Real Email is tjwatson1ATcomcastDOTnet)
My understanding is that the current bunch (Windsor) is German.
"All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is
Except that the root diameter of course and fine are not the same. Also not
the same is the angle of the thread.
Here is a chart, might have been posted already:
I must admit it would never cross my mind to use a torque wrench on any of
my woodworking tools.
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