what's mean cordless drill soft joint/hard joint torque


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Old 08-28-06, 03:08 AM
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what's mean cordless drill soft joint/hard joint torque

I have a big question about buy a cordless drill,what's mean soft joint torque and hard joint torque? what is the test methods for that torque?

I am waiting for someone who can teach me about that
 
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Cordless

What brand is it?
 
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Old 08-28-06, 03:29 PM
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Welcome to the forums! You may be worrying about things that don't mean anything. Torque is torque when it comes this type application. You will find the more voltage, the more torque (usually, but not always) For instance, the 14.4 dewalt has more torque than the Ryobi 18 volt. The Porter Cable 24 volt will break the heads off screws if you aren't careful. It has to do with the number of planetary gears in the box.
If you could describe the use you will put this drill to, we can offer some good recommendations as to what you need.
 
 

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