Simulator tests production line power tools accurately

A simulator which tests the performance of production line power tools is on Inspex `97 Stand X250, Crane Electronics.

The Joint Rate Simulator (JRS) now incorporates a mapped joint simulation facility and by gathering all the torque/angle, time and speed information of all joints in an assembly on a production line, the dynamic performance of power tools can be tested as if they were tightening a real joint.

Profiles of a vast number of joints can be held in the memory of the JRS and used to test pulse tools, angle tools and hand wrenches with equal precision.

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