Slabs storage

  • Special order wood slabs are protected from dirt, dust, and damage,

  • Slabs are stored with cardboard covering them in warehouse for protection.

  • Slab area is organized and in proper bin locations.

  • Warehouse is clean and orderly.

Jamb quality inspection

  • FJ Raw Splits are clear of blow-outs, or product defect?

  • Primed Splits are of good quality with no noticeable defects?

  • Flat FJ Raw are clear of blow-outs, or visible defect?

  • Flat FJ Primed show no signs of visible defect.

  • Veneered Jambs are not showing signs of splitting or delaminating.

Casing

  • FJ Raw casing is clear of blow-outs or visible defect?

  • Primed shows no visible signs of defect?

  • Veneered is clear of splitting or bubbling in the veneer and appears to be sound?

Norfield Spec check

  • Top of door to top of hinge 6-8 7"

  • Top of door to top of middle hinge 6-8 = 36-1/4"

  • Top of door to top of bottom hinge 6-8 = 65-1/2"

  • Top of door to center of bore 6-8 = 44"

Norfield 5000

  • Any obvious issues that need to be addressed or suggestions by the operator.

  • Staples are being placed properly at head jamb, flush.

  • Nail securing unit is hitting at strike on both door and jamb, with proper exposure?

  • Casing is applied with proper number of staples per leg, head? 9 per leg.

  • Cardboard is being applied with proper number of staples?

  • Unit is being handled properly to avoid damage between shop and loading?

  • Proper information is being applied to unit for identification?

Custom Slab Line "Magnum"

  • Hinge bar stops are tight and secure.

  • Sanding wheel is properly smoothing edge of beveled slab.

  • Date last sanding wheel change?

  • Overall maintenance appears to be sufficient?

  • Any obvious issues that need to be addressed or suggestions by the operator.

  • Morticing of hinge pockets is clean and tight to hinge?

  • Date of last router bit change?

  • Bore and latch is clean and located properly?

  • Date bore bit was last replaced?

  • Date latch bit was replaced?

  • Skid feet are being applied to slab onlys.

Custom Machining Spec 7-0

  • Top of door to top of hinge 7-0 =

  • Top of door to top of middle first hinge 7-0 =

  • Top of door to top of middle second hinge 7-0 =

  • Top of door to top of bottom hinge 7-0 =

  • Top of door to center of bore 7-0 = 36"

Custom Machining Spec 8-0

  • Top of door to top of hinge 8-0 = 7"

  • Top of door to top of middle hinge 8-0 = 32-1/8"

  • Top of door to top of middle hinge 8-0 = 57-1/16"

  • Top of door to top of bottom hinge 8-0 = 82-1/16"

  • Top of door to center of bore 8-0 = 60"

Strike Jamb Router

  • Any obvious issues that need to be addressed or suggestions by the operator.

  • A full lip strike plate is within arms reach.

  • Mortised pocket is clean and burr free?

  • Date router bit last replaced?

  • Mortise pocket is proper depth?

  • Mortise Pocket is positioned correctly from top of jamb? From top of dado 44-1/4".

  • Mortise pocket is positioned correctly from stop?

Heads

  • Random pulled heads are cut to call size? (check a minimum 10)

Single Completed Units

  • Good overall appearance.

  • Exposed staples in jamb face?

  • Cardboard bottom stapled only to jamb, Not slab.

  • Adequate staples on top cardboard.

  • Bottom skid trim only one staple per jamb.

  • Length of staple being used for bottom skid trim.

Double Units

  • T-Ast properly applied?

  • Head & foot bolt properly seated in T-ast.

  • Cardboard bottom stapled only to jamb, Not slab.

  • Adequate staples on top cardboard.

  • Bottom skid trim only one staple per jamb.

  • Length of staple being used for bottom skid trim.

Shop Appearance

  • Last sweeping of shop

  • Shop area.

  • Last trash removal.

  • Trash cans

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