Great questions from a customer: What is the difference between full auto and cushion type clutch?

Answer: 

The auto-shutoff clutch turns the screwdriver completely off once the torque setting is reached, assuring that no damage is done to the fastener or the joint.  The slip clutch, also known as the cushion clutch slips, once the torque setting is reached, until the operator releases the activation lever.   The auto clutch has a much smoother action to it than the slip clutch. 

Also, the auto clutch has an accuracy of +-3% of the set torque value where the slip clutch has a +-5% accuracy of the set torque value.  If you have any other questions please feel free to contact me us and have a great day. 


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