Examine finished metal buckles and clasps for defects.
What does a Buckle Inspector do?
Examines finished metal buckles and clasps for defects, such as bent or broken parts, dents, scratches, and plating or lacquering imperfections. Sets aside defective buckles for rework. Places protective plastic tip over buckle prong. Wraps specified number of buckles in tissue paper preparatory to packaging. May count and weigh sample lot, using scale, to ascertain weight per gross, in order that items may be packaged by weight rather than by actual count.