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    Default test to compare 2 brand

    We want to test two brand of tool and we want to make bench test, but we want to compare with the right way.

    We want to compare, speed, force, ect ect. So do you have any idea of what can i do to test those specs. It easy to open and close speaders witout spreading anything, but it tough to spread the same amount of weight in 2 separate test.

    So if you have any idea of what i should test and how to do it ??

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by domi411 View Post
    We want to test two brand of tool and we want to make bench test, but we want to compare with the right way.

    We want to compare, speed, force, ect ect. So do you have any idea of what can i do to test those specs. It easy to open and close speaders witout spreading anything, but it tough to spread the same amount of weight in 2 separate test.

    So if you have any idea of what i should test and how to do it ??

    Thank you
    Unless someone there has a mechanical engineering degree, all you're going to be able to do is a subjective test. Any reputable tool manufacturer has already done those tests on their tools.

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