Inspect assembled watches, clocks, and appliance timers.
What does a Casing Inspector do?
Inspects assembled watches, clocks, and appliance timers for conformance to company standards: Scans assemblies to detect defects, such as surface blemishes, broken or scratched crystals, faulty plating, tightness of case, and presence of foreign matter. Turns crown and set buttons on assemblies to determine ease of setting and winding. Compares accuracy of watches and clocks with master clock to determine conformance to specified tolerances. Marks type of defects found on assemblies, using pencil or crayon, and places defective assemblies in containers for repair.