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MIL-F-48067
(MU)
6.3.3 Army  Designs. - Army designs are reflected on detailed drawings
which completely depict all the information necessary for the fabrication
of the item of inspection equipment.
The contractor need provide no design
when an Army design is listed for an item of inspection equipment.  Army de-
signs fall into two basic classifications; mandatory (designated "MU") and
non-mandatory (indicated by drawing or Federal Stock Number). When an in-
spection equipment list references mandatory Army designs, the contractor
shall comply with and use these designs accordingly.  The contractor may,
however, in connection with non-mandatory designs and with the approval of
the Government, design alternate inspection equipment or use comparable com-
mercial equipment to facilitate his operations.  Such contractor prepared
designs or commercial equipment selections must be approved by the Govern-
ment prior to fabrication or procuring of the equipment.
Designs shall be
submitted for approval as specified in 6.3.5.
6 .3.4 C o n t r a c t o r D e s i g n s .  - Contractor designs are designs of inspec-
tion equipment for which the Government has assigned design responsibility
to  the  contractor.
Contractor designs shall be supported by detailed draw-
ings which depict all information necessary to completely fabricate, cali-
brate and operate an item of inspection equipment. This requires that the
necessary views, dimensions, materials, finish, notes, operating and cali-
bration instructions be properly depicted in accordance with approved prac-
tices to the extent that further calculation or clarification will not be
required. Unless otherwise specified, contractor designs may be developed
on the format the contractor normally employs in his equipment design pro-
cedure provided such format reflects the detail and information specified
above, s u b j e c t t o t h e f o l l o w i n g c o n t r o l s :
All submitted contractor designs
shall
conform
to
MIL-D-1000,
Category
E,
Form
2.
Legibility and reproduci-
bility shall permit conventional making of clearly understandable, high con-
trast reproductions.
Contractors shall submit one copy of final designs as
a rolled  set.
Designs shall be submitted for approval as specified in 6.3.5.
6.3.5 S u b m i s s i o n o f C o n t r a c t o r D e s i g n s . - All submitted designs shall
contain a reference to the applicable five digit Code Number contained in
Section 4 of this specification. Unless otherwise specified on the EL, all
designs of equipment for inspection of defects classified as Critical and
Major shall be submitted for approval to the Commanding Officer, Picatinny
Arsenal, ATTN:  SMUPA-QA-A-F, Dover, New Jersey 07801. All other designs
of inspection equipment shall be approved by the inspection element of the
a g e n c y a d m i n i s t e r i n g t h e c o n t r a c t ; submission
shall
be
as
directed
by
the
Contracting  Officer.
Partial submission of inspection equipment designs
is permissible and encouraged.  However, t h e A r s e n a l c o m p l e t i o n d a t e f o r
design review will be based on the date of the final submission of designs.
Picatinny Arsenal design review will be accomplished normally within one
month  after  receipt.
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