Serialization requirements, if applicable.
e. Production lot acceptance, if other than specified in Section
4 of this specification.
f. First article sample requirements, if other than specified
in Section 4 of this specification.
9" Packaging requirements, if other than specified in Section
5 of this specification.
Inspection equipment design requirements (see 4.3.4 and 6.3).
6.3 Inspection equipment designs. Inspection equipment designs are
of two types - Government Special Inspection Equipment ( SIE) designs
and contractor designs. SIE designs are designated by drawing numbers
(un der the "Method of Inspection" headings in Section 4 )
res possibility for all other inspection equipment is as s igned to
the contractor. Equipment to be designed by the contractor is
designated "CD". The contractor need not furnish any design when a .
complete Government SIE design is provided. Unless otherwise speci-
fied, however, 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 information
necessary for the fabrication and use of the item of inspection
b. A source control drawing or a specification control drawing,
as defined in MIL-STD-1OO.
c. An envelope drawing, as defined in MIL-STD-1OO, which
establishes the criteria which a detail design shall meet. When
envelope drawings are specified, the contractor shall prepare designs
which comply with the criteria therein.