Tool and gauge inspectors maintain quality control standards in machine parts and tooling through testing and adjusting the equipment. They must be skilled at reading blueprints and charts, using algebra and geometry, testing parts on machines, and updating inspection records. To train as a tool and gauge inspector, you first need to be certified as a tool and die maker.
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