Inspect articles formed from mica.
What does a Mica Inspector do?
Inspects articles formed from mica for defects, such as spots, streaks, scratches, and cracks: Spreads articles over illuminated table and scans them for defects, or places articles on bed of microscope, using tweezers or pneumatic lifting device, and examines articles through microscope to detect defects not visible to naked eye. Rejects defective articles. Packs high quality or optical grade mica in protective paper or envelopes and packs parts in plastic boxes.