Inspect metal alloy pen ball points for defects.
What does a Ball Points Inspector do?
Inspects metal alloy pen ball points for defects: Picks up ball point with tweezer and places it under microscopic lens to examine for holes or other flaws. Measures approximately every 40th point with micrometer to determine if specifications are met and removes rejects. May test ballpoint pens and refills for conformity to specifications, using centrifuge, magnifying glass, and microscope.