Nice! How does it work?
The Framework is approx 1.5M high and bolts to the floor (see levelling feet). The top portion hinges upward and back, a sheet steel panel approx 1M x 800mm is placed vertically against the frame and the top is then lowered. A “Rivnut gun” is then pushed onto the panel (locating in circular bushes x 6) and a Rivnut is accurately positioned and inserted. Repeat in remaining 5 positions. Remove Rivnut gun, lift top section and remove assembly.
The Torque test Bolt. Is inserted into a "in pressed " nut that has been applied to a sheet metal panel. A torque wrench applied and turned to check for secure fixing of nut. Before chain and washer security to work station, a plain bolt was used, it sometimes was forgotten and left in the assembly, getting to customer!
Thanks for the explanation. Nothing worse than a spinning rivet or giving the customer a free bolt…