Concise yet comprehensive, this highly
acclaimed training manual and reference provides the many phases of inspection
work and their application to today's manufacturing operations through a
practical down-to-earth presentation.
Discusses a range of manual and automatic
measuring devices along with their specific functions and the specialized
functions involved in their use. Analyzes the methods and duties of
inspectors. Appropriate for use by inspection supervisors, plant managers,
quality control engineers and subcontractors. Includes SPC and other data
analysis methods for manufacturing applications. Provides detailed discussions
of available measuring and quantitative systems. Compares important measuring
and gaging systems.
The Need and Function of Inspection in
Industry. How Specifications Aid the Inspector. Tolerances and Allowances. How
Standards Aid the Inspection. Basic Principles and Techniques of Measurement.
Comparison and Fixed Gages. Surface Plate Methods and Equipment. Optical
Measuring and Inspection Equipment . Gaging and Inspection of Screw Threads.
Special Measuring and Inspection Problems. Gage Checking and Calibration.
Measuring in Millionths. Coordinate Measuring Machines. Automatic Gaging.