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MIL-P-60335C (MU)
6.3.2 Contractor designs. -Contractor designs are
required for all inspection equipment for which Army
designs are not specified and may include commercial
equipment which the contractor proposes to use.  (Commercial
equipment is defined as unmodified inspection equipment which
is cataloged and available for purchase by the general
public.)  Contractor designs shall include, as applicable,
operating instructions, calibration procedures and maintenance
procedures.  Commercial equipment shall be fully described
by means of catalog sheets or the like.  This information
will include illustrations and engineering data adequate for
evaluation.  Designs shall be prepared for any special fixture(s)
required to be used with commercial equipment or with Army designs
if not otherwise covered thereby.  Designs shall be of the category
and form (per MIL-D-1000) specified in the Contract Data Requirements
Lists (DD Form 1423).  The contractor is referred to MIL-HDBK-204,
"Inspection Equipment Design" for guidance.  The specification
number and the applicable five-digit defect code number from
section 4 of this specification shall be referenced on each
contractor design.
6.3.3 Submission for approval .-Contractor designs shall
be approved by the Government prior to fabricating or procuring
the equipment.  Designs shall be submitted for approval within
the time frame and with the distribution specified in the Contract
Data Requirements List (DD Form 1423).  Partial submission of
inspection equipment designs is permissible and encouraged.  However,
the completion date for 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.
6.4 If the hydrostatic and non-destructive electrical tests
have been performed by either the mill supplier or metal parts
vendor, and the tubing has been found to conform to specification
requirements, a second hydrostatic or non-destructive electrical
test need not be performed.
6.5 If the mill lot of body tubing does not undergo any
stress-relieving or heat-treating during fabricating into final
body tubes or body tube assemblies (See dwgs. 9223336, 9207530, 9230118,
9227391, as applicable), the specimens for the tensile, yield and
elongation tests may be taken from mill tubes from the lot of tubing
rather than from the component tube body or body tube assembly.

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