• Take an overall view picture of the fixture or insert fixture drawing

  • Fixture Design or Fixture Build Buy Off

  • Is the fixture design to the current approved design engineering level?

  • Does component and/or assembly damun structure comform to GD&T?

  • Are all applicable datum locating points identified?

  • Is the part checked with and without clips (where applicable)?

  • Are standard and commercial items used, where possible, to minimize cost and simplify construction?

  • Are clamp pivot points in line with pressure points?

  • Is adequate clearance provided for component or assembly load and unload?

  • Do swing details clear other components?

  • Are all SPC and/or PQC checks accessible and follow GD&T coordinates?

  • Are details within perimeter of base when in opened position?

  • Are eye-bolt holes shown (handles for smaller gages)?

  • Will handling chains clear all details of fixture?

  • Do moving pins have lock-back features where necessary?

  • Title block, math data level and GD&T level, change column, etc., on design?

  • Are all operational safety issues addressed?

  • Have all responsible parties signed-off on the design? SQE, QE, Tooling Engineer, Process Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, etc.

  • Safety 1st - use gloves and check for loose dowels, burrs, shims, sharp corners, etc

  • Does the gage build reflect current design engineering level?

  • All datums & checks exist per GD&T

  • All datums & checks are properly identified/stamped

  • All details are properly color coded, painted, or corrosion resistant coated and attached to the base?

  • Check for proper slip fit of locating pins, check pins, slide units, etc

  • Check for proper & safe function of swing units, templates, etc., (pinch points).

  • Check for proper fit & pivot align. of clamps to contact surface, (w/ mtl. thickness).

  • Is adequate clearance provided for part load and unload?

  • Check for proper function & clearance for SPC data collection units.

  • Are eye-bolt holes in base (handles for smaller gages)?

  • Will handling chains clear all details of fixture?

  • Do sliding pins move freely and have lock-back features where necessary?

  • Operator instructions are completed & attached to the fixture.

  • Functionality and R&R checks are completed & documented as per A.I.A.G.

Certification documentation is provided & verified for the below listed items.

  • The complete fixture certification, in its assembled condition.

  • Net datum surfaces, gage holes, tooling balls, and all GD&T features are included in the certification.

  • Sight checks, scribed lines, painted trim lines, (max/min tolerance bands), etc.

  • Certification & revision tags are properly filled out & attached to the fixture. GD&T and part math data level, part number and name, program, etc., on tags?

  • Shipping instructions are provided as required.

  • The fixture is constructed to agreed standards & construction tolerances. All responsible parties have signed off on build.

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