Examine unassembled hairsprings for flatness and concentricity.
What does a Hairspring Inspector II do?
Examines unassembled hairsprings for flatness and concentricity, using tweezers and loupe: Stretches spring to ensure specified plane and spacing between coils, using tweezers. Examines spring to detect defects, such as blemishes and bent or short tongues, using loupe. Segregates standard and defective springs in boxes for salvage, storage, and shipping. Records inspection data for identification purposes.