In this video, Matt discusses the ins and outs of configuring and utilizing stack lights for the MWR. Atlas Copco MWR Mechatronic Wrenches combine the productivity of a click wrench with the traceability of an electronic wrench. Watch now as Matt demonstrates the steps for configuring a stacklight with an Atlas Copco Focus 61 controller. Viewers will also learn how to program events and individual lights in TTBLM. Tune in to learn more.
Tune in as Matt covers the importance of the live monitor feature of the Focus 61 controller. It allows users to view results live from TTBLM while in production. Watch now to learn more about the live monitor feature on MWR wrenches.
Watch as Matt explains the loosening detection feature, which is unique to the MWR Mechatronic Wrench. Watch now to learn more about this feature.
Atlas Copco MWR Mechatronic Wrenches combine the productivity of a click wrench with the traceability of an electronic wrench. Watch now to learn how to program rehit detection for the MWR. Rehit detection is a critical element for many Atlas Copco customers in production to ensure all bolts in a batch are tightening. Tune in to learn more.
In this video, Matt will demonstrate how to make AOP adjustments on the Focus 61 controller. Tune in now as Matt demonstrates the steps making AOP adjustments. AOP is a basic adjustment.
In this video, Matt discusses the process of running two MWRs with one Focus 61 controller. Focus 61 controllers have built-in Virtual Stations, both of which allow for the ability to use Mechatronic Wrenches simultaneously. Tune in now to learn how to validate both Virtual Stations in the Focus 61 controller.
MWRs are impressively compatible with other dynamic Atlas Copco products, such as the Focus 61 controller, because of radio frequency (RF). Watch now as Matt explains how to change the frequency of a Focus 61 controller and MWR.
Configuring a job in an Atlas Copco Focus 61 controller is simple and includes production critical features such as batch counting to bring more to the table in regard to error-proofing. Tune in now to learn the steps of configuring a job.
An important step in setting up an MWR wrench is configuring the Pset, which allows the user to set upper, lower and target torque specs for torque and angle and enable/disable some unique features. Tune in as Matt demonstrates this process.
Like most software programs available on the market for production tooling, there are minor details that need to be covered before connecting devices. Tune in as Matt explains the what these small details are for connecting your PC to TTBLM.
Firmware updates are essential to the MWR, and they often include new features or an overall improvement to a feature already installed. Tune in as the process of upgrading the firmware on a Focus 61 controller is explained step-by-step.
It may seem like basic information, but handling a wrench with a transducer and gyroscope brings elements that users should be aware of. Watch now as Matt explains how to properly handle the wrench. Tune in to learn more.
The Focus 61 controller, paired with MWR Mechatronic Wrenches, can be set up for connection with ToolsNet so that al of the data received from the wrenches can be actively retrieved and monitored. Watch to learn more.
Here, Matt shows viewers the initial MWR-kit set-up, which should be done before making configurations to connected tools. The initial set-up of the MWR-kit involves three hardware components: The Power Focus 6000, MWR-kit, and the tool you wish to connect.
In this video, Matt will demonstrate the process of connecting an MWR Mechatronic Wrench to an MWR-kit, along with the MWR update process. Connecting an MWR to an MWR-kit is a simple process involving a Web GUI.
Atlas Copco MWR Mechatronic Wrenches increase the quality of your joints by providing full traceability, error-proofing capabilities, and productivity boosts. In this video, viewers will learn the process of configuring a Virtual Station on a Power Focus 6000 for an MWR Mechatronic Wrench.