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Measuring the force applied to a measured moment arm will give you what is needed to compute the torque. I think the simplest way is to use a servo horn and a kitchen scale (if you already have one). On the servo horn, measure the distance from the axis to the mounting hole you'll use. When that arm of the servo horn is horizontal, your measured distance ...


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I'm sure you know that torque is rotational force about an axis. It is a combination of distance from the center of the shaft and the force. It seems that you are being suggested all kinds of fancy tools (no disrespect to anyone), how about keeping it simple and cheap (and a bit inaccurate)? put tape around the shaft to grow the diameter (make it tight so it ...


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