Hearing that an inspector is at the door can send shudders down the spine of any facility manager. The writer speaks from personal experience: his company went through an inspection by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Changing the process earns one finisher a $2+ million annual contract, therefore when we look at mechanical finishing, the first and most important items that should be considered are the shape and type of part
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