Inspecting Machine Adjuster

Adjust conveyors that convey small arms ammunition past inspectors.

What does an Inspecting Machine Adjuster do?

Adjusts roller, chain, or belt conveyors that convey small arms ammunition or components past inspectors: Turns stop nuts and setscrews to align tubes, channels, or fingers which transfer workpieces from hopper to carrier, using handtools. Bends and hammers discharge chutes into position. Turns adjustment knob of drive motor or shifting belt to different pulley to change speed of conveyor. Tightens belts by extending tension wheel. Replaces mirrors that enable inspector to see both ends of cartridges. Removes cartridges jammed in feed or discharge channels, using wire tools.