Work Performed: Working from blueprints and specifications, determines by visual examination, special inspection instruments or by using special test formulas or methods, the presence of internal and external cracks, defects, flaws, etc. in accordance with specifications and proper standards of workmanship.
Inspects parts, assemblies and materials for the results or effects of processes or operation such as anodizing, doping, chromodizing, etching, passivating, dichromating, pickling, plating, degreasing, painting, etc. Inspects completed product for correct painting combinations, application of product for correct painting combinations, application of decalcomanias, etc. Also determines reasons for flaws, due to forging, heat treating, machining or welding.
Coordinates with Process Control and production personnel in checking and maintaining processing standards. Inspects and tests for evidence of corrosion, proper use of cleaning compounds, etc. Assigns duties to Finish Inspectors of a lower grade; instructs them in methods to be followed and checks their work for accuracy and completeness.
Tools & Equipment Used: Inspector's hand and marking tools, material-testing equipment such as Magnaflux, Rockwell, Zyglo, Brinell, etc.
Precision measuring instruments and special testing devices and equipment. Mechanic's hand tools.