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MIL-M-70742 (AR)
TABLE V
NO.
CHARACTERISTIC
REQUIREMENT
TEST PROCEDURE
Fabrication
301.
3.3
Applicable drawings
- visual
302
General Specification
3.4
MIL-F-13926
Operating Temperature
303
3.5.1
4.6.1.1
304
Storage Temperature
4.6.1.1
3.5.2
305
4.6.1.2
Shock
3.5.3
306
Rain
3.5.8
4.6.1.8
4.4.2 Failure of sample.  Should any one of a special
sampling fail to meet the specified test requirements, acceptance
-
of the represented inspection lot will be suspended by the
Government until necessary corrections have been made by the
contractor and the resubmitted samples have been approved (see
4.3.3).
4.5 Test equipment.
4.5.1 Inspection equipment.  Except as otherwise provided for
by the contract, the contractor shall supply and maintain
inspection equipment in accordance with the applicable
requirements of MIL-I-45607.
4.5.2 Government furnished inspection equipment. Where the
contract provides for Government furnished test equipment, supply
and maintenance of test equipment shall be in accordance with the
applicable requirements specified in MIL-I-45607.
4.5.3.
Contractor furnished inspection equipment.
4.5.3.1 Government design.  Unless otherwise specified in the
contract, all inspection equipment specified by drawing number in
specifications or SQAP forming a part of the contract shall be
supplied by the contractor in accordance with technical data
listed in the list of inspection documents when provided with the
Technical Data Package (TDP).
4.5.3.2 Contractor design.  The contractor shall design and
supply inspection equipment compatible with the "Test Methods and
Procedures" specified in this specification and with the component
inspection procedures specified in "Examination" and "Test
Facilities" requirements of MIL-F-13926.  Since tolerance of test
equipment is normally considered to be within 10% of the product
tolerance for which it is intended, this inherent error in the
test equipment design must be considered as part of the prescribed
product tolerance limit. Thus, concept, construction, materials,
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