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BLMW
05-17-2012, 04:45 PM
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Brown Line Metalworks, LLC is a designer and manufacturer of Digital Torque Wrenches. We are offering the members of this forum the following special: our Digital Torque Wrench w/ Blow Molded Case for $99 - including shipping. Just go to our website: Brown Line Metalworks, LLC | Professional Grade Digital Torque Wrench (http://www.brownlinemetalworks.com) and click on the "Buy Now" button. At checkout, enter the coupon code: DMC

You can see the torque wrench in action in the following video:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEJsE2vlxxE

Product Specifications

Patented Double Gear Sensing System
Designed, engineered, and tested by Brown Line Metal Works, the patented* D.G.S.S. technology ensures repeatable accuracy of +/- 3.5% both clockwise & counter-clockwise
Accurate from 20 100% of full scale (7% accuracy from 10 20% of full scale)

Microprocessor Controlled
8-bit electronics ensures accurate readings and simplicity of use
Allows for both Peak and Track mode
Individually calibrates each wrench
Supplies unique serial number for each wrench

Ratchet Head
1/2" drive reversible ratchet
32-tooth gear provides an 11.25 arc while handling high torque loads
Forged from Chromium Vanadium alloy to ensure strength
Conforms to ASME B107.10 2005 standards

Range
15 150 ft/lbs
180 1,800 in/lbs
20.3 203 Nm

Digital Control
Large backlit digital display shows both target torque and current read-out
Intuitive button design makes operating torque wrench simple
LEDs and digital display provide visual feedback when operating wrench
Buzzer creates audible feedback when target torque is reached
Easily switch between ft/lbs, in/lbs, and Nm
Automatically powers off when not in use for 2 minutes
Low battery indicator

Handle
Soft-touch overmold provides comfortable non-slip grip
Engineered plastics ensure an impact resistant housing


The offer is valid until July 15th, and is only for the lower 48 states.

Bitsyncmaster
05-17-2012, 06:28 PM
Nice looking product. Great discount. Do you plan on having a 1/4" drive unit someday? I often use my cheap 1/4" drive to torque the fuel lines.

BLMW
05-18-2012, 01:16 PM
Nice looking product. Great discount. Do you plan on having a 1/4" drive unit someday? I often use my cheap 1/4" drive to torque the fuel lines.

Yes. It is something we are currently developing. Should have something next year.

BLMW

BLMW
05-21-2012, 10:34 AM
Don't miss your chance to get a great torque wrench at a great price!!

ccurzio
05-21-2012, 03:55 PM
What kind of warranty does this thing come with?

BLMW
05-21-2012, 04:05 PM
What kind of warranty does this thing come with?

Our warranty is industry standard: 1 year from date of purchase, 90 days for calibration. We have a repair/calibration facility in Chicago in case anything ever does need to be done to the wrench.

BLMW

BLMW
05-29-2012, 05:57 PM
Don't miss your chance to get a great wrench at a great price!!

MDC - Mike C.
05-30-2012, 07:05 AM
Please stop bumping your thread.

BLMW
07-18-2012, 02:48 PM
Just wanted everyone to know that we are going to extend this special one month until 8/18.

BLMW

thirdmanj
07-18-2012, 08:35 PM
Just wanted everyone to know that we are going to extend this special one month until 8/18.

BLMW

Thanks dude.

LEVY
08-14-2012, 03:01 PM
Is this tool proudly MADE IN USA?

Please let me know if this is USA or China product, I know it is designed in USA but hope it is manufactured in USA too!

I need a new torque wrench but I only buy this kind of tools if made in USA (or maybe made in some European Country).

LEVY

BLMW
08-14-2012, 04:04 PM
Is this tool proudly MADE IN USA?

Please let me know if this is USA or China product, I know it is designed in USA but hope it is manufactured in USA too!

I need a new torque wrench but I only buy this kind of tools if made in USA (or maybe made in some European Country).

LEVY

Nope. The ratchet and the steel components of the wrench are manufactured in Taiwan, and the electronics and assembly are done in Malaysia. Our repair / calibration facility is located in Chicago in case anything ever needs to be done to the wrench.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

BLMW

LEVY
08-14-2012, 04:27 PM
Well, at least we know you have a good and fast customer service!

Thank you for your prompt reply!

Note:

I was reading on another forum where you posted, that this unit have an audible bip that will timeout very quick and that might cause you to overtighten, that is something that I'm concerned about.


LEVY



Nope. The ratchet and the steel components of the wrench are manufactured in Taiwan, and the electronics and assembly are done in Malaysia. Our repair / calibration facility is located in Chicago in case anything ever needs to be done to the wrench.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

BLMW

BLMW
08-15-2012, 04:46 PM
Well, at least we know you have a good and fast customer service!

Thank you for your prompt reply!

Note:

I was reading on another forum where you posted, that this unit have an audible bip that will timeout very quick and that might cause you to overtighten, that is something that I'm concerned about.


LEVY

In this case, it is usually caused by the user not clearing off the previous high torque before moving onto the next fastener. After tightening a fastener, the LCD will display the high Torque that was hit. You would press the Memory button to clear this off, and reset the LCD to zero. The Target Torque would remain unchanged. If you forget to do this, that is when you get the problem stated above.

BLMW

BLMW
11-15-2012, 12:28 PM
We are re-opening this sale for the Holiday Season (until Dec. 31st).

Our wrench makes a great gift - so don't miss out.

BLMW

Ron
11-16-2012, 09:12 PM
Missing Posts?

Please Read #8 => For-sale-section-rules-please-read-before-posting! (http://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?2858-For-sale-section-rules-please-read-before-posting!!)