greetings to all, I'm a member of the quality department of a company in the automotive industry. We test all kinds of materials related to welding and we are required to perform serten tests according to standards... we have however a functional problem during testing of the torque on welding screws. As you can see in added pics, we got a tool for testing it, but its not doing much good since we produce scrap parts because of this method. In many cases, the bolt breaks of before we reach the torque. Witch is obvious, the bolt cant go trouth the test head. Maybe there are some other methods? Electric, digital torque?? Do you also move physicly still or does the head moves mechanical? Maybe we need to optimalise the tools?? Please, all your suggestions/solutions are welcome!!!