What Does a Manufacturing Quality Inspector Do?

Manufacturing quality inspectors monitor the quality of incoming and outgoing products for companies.

Manufacturing quality inspectors conduct product tests, operate electronic inspection software, read blueprints and specification sheets, analyze measurements, and write reports on inspections. They monitor operations to meet production standards, discard all products that fail to meet those standards, and supervise production processes—recommending any adjustments to be made.

Where does a manufacturing quality inspector work?

Quality inspectors in the manufacturing field work in assembly lines or production departments.

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