Inspect parts and component assemblies of agricultural equipment.
What does a Major Assembly Inspector do?
Inspects parts and component assemblies of agricultural equipment, such as tractors and combines, for compliance with blueprint specifications, using precision measuring instruments: Inspects parts, such as housings, shafts, and gears, before assembly, for location and diameter of threaded holes, shaft diameter, and gear tooth angle and spacing, using micrometers, scales, and templates. Measures completed assemblies for fit and clearance of parts, using micrometers, calipers, height gauges, and rules. Examines parts for rough spots, casting flaws, and scratches. Records number of items rejected and reason for rejection.