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Finishing Inspector

Inspect brushes, electrodes, and nipples after machining.

What does a Finishing Inspector do?

Inspects brushes, electrodes, nipples, and other graphite products after machining or prior to shipment to verify conformance to specifications: Examines products for defects, such as breaks, burns, cracks, and pits. Measures dimensions of product for conformance to specifications, using calipers, gauges, micrometers, rules, or other inspection tools. Determines cause of defects and whether parts are salvageable or scrap. Records inspection data.