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Submission of Designs for Approval



MIL-T-48236 (MU)
be cited as references on drawings of equipment designs sub-
mitted by the contractor to the Government for approval (see
6.3.3).
6.3 Inspection Equipment Designs.-Inspection equipment
designs are of two types - Government Special Inspection Equipment
(SIE) designs and contractor designs. SIE designs are desig-
nated by drawing numbers under the "Method of Inspection"
headings in Section 4.  Design responsibility for all other
inspection equipment is assigned to the contractor.  The
contractor need not furnish any design when a complete Govern-
ment SIE design is provided. Unless otherwise specified, how-
ever, the contractor may submit alternate or modified contractor
designs of SIE in accordance with 6.3.2 and 6.3.3 should he
elect to do so.
6.3.1 SIE designs .-SIE designs may consist of any of the
following:
a.  Detailed drawings which completely depict all infor-
mation necessary for the fabrication and use of the item of
inspection equipment.
b.  A source control drawing or a specification control
drawing as defined in MIL-STD-100.
c.  An envelope drawing, as defined in MIL-STD-100,
which establishes the criteria which a detailed design shall
meet.  When envelope drawings are specified, the contractor shall
prepare designs which comply with the criteria therein.
6.3.2 Contractor designs. -Contractor designs are required
for all inspection equipment for which SIE designs are not speci-
fied and may include commercial equipment which the contractor
proposes to use.  (Commercial equipment is defined as unmodified
equipment which is cataloged and available for purchase by the
general public.)  Contractor designs shall include appropriate
operating instructions, calibration procedures and maintenance
procedures.  Commercial equipment shall be fully described by
catalog listings or other means which provide sufficient infor-
mation to permit identification and evaluation by the Government
and may include illustrations and engineering data.  Designs shall
be prepared for any special fixture(s) required to be used with
commercial equipment, or with SIE designs if not otherwise covered
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