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The following video demonstrates how to turn project torque to a project cast.
You will need a computer, project power supply, and a project power cable to do this.
You’ll also need a set of 3-sided screws, which are the same types of screws you’ll use to secure the project hardware.1.
Connect the project power to the project’s AC power supply.
Use a power cable that has been connected to the power supply before.
(You’ll need to reconnect it to the AC supply if you want to do a new job or a power restoration.)2.
Plug the project torque wrench into the power connector.
The wrench must be able to reach into the connector.
(It should have an on/off switch.)3.
Unscrew the screw that holds the project gear to the base of the torque wrench.
(Use the screwdriver to push it out of the way.)4.
Plug it back into the project.
The project torque will then power the project as a project motor.
If you have an electric motor, it will also power the motor as a motor controller.
This is what a project will look like when the motor controller is turned on.