How do you handle this in practice:
assuming you work with an arbor press and torque wrench:
Do you leave the gauge in the press and torture it with every increment or do you just use it to calibrate your torque wrench?
In fact the second way seems obvious - but maybe I overlook something here?
(Im just in the process to decide wether I need to add the necessary working height to my press for both the tool and the gauge's cylinder or if only one at a time is sufficient... Doing a little brainstorming you know...)
OK, the rammers have different areas - but do you really take the effort with an arbor press, where you can barely overpress...?
Edited by mabuse00, 27 July 2020 - 01:00 PM.