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Title : Mechanical Variation Analysis Perfects the Zero-Degree Wrench
Company : Sigmetrix
Date : 29-Dec-2011

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Mechanics and do-it-yourselfers are always looking for an easier-to-use, more effective tool for the job. Starting with a mechanism concept that has been available for over 70 years, our customer was able to manage mechanical variation using CETOL 6 σ in order to perfect the cam-roller design and deliver a zero-degree wrench to the professional and consumer market.
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