2010 – 2013(Dec) FOKKER Aero structures B.v.
The control of all production documentation (drawings, routing, processes, 3D measuring reports,) to
ensure that they meet the product specifications.
Liaison with the customer, and the head of Quality to ensure parts are to specifications
Visual inspection of parts for damage or machined errors
Ensure that the corrective action has been carried out on rejection reports
Preparation of rejection reports
Machine shop audits to ensure processes are carried out correctly.
Verify that the First Article Inspection Report is prepared as to specification.
2006: - 2009 (June) DAF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Mechanical inspection of components using standard metrology equipment.
Operation of a 3D measuring machine (zeiss) using standard programs
None destructive testing (magnaflux penatrant)
Preparations of measuring reports to ensure all drawing specifications have been carried out
Calibration of standard measuring equipment
Mechanical and visual inspection of parts that have been disassembled after motor tests
Ultrasonic measurement of part lengths before and after motor tests
1995: 2004 SP. AEROSPACE
Responsible for the inspection of aircraft components to ensure that they are manufactured to the required specifications, using many different techniques. These range from standard metrology equipment to the latest Computer Numerical Con¬trolled (CNC) axis measuring machines, All inspection procedures are to civil aviation and military aviation standards.
Receiving inspection to check incoming parts for the NH 90 helicopter program delivered from sub contraction firms. Also responsible for the first article inspection report of parts. Liaison with Dutch Air Force personnel, and the head of Quality Assurance over the Material Revision Boards (MRB) decisions over discrepant material.
1976: - 1993 D.A.F. AEROSPACE DIVISION EINDHOVEN
Responsible for the inspection of aircraft components to ensure that they are manufactured to the required specifications, using many different techniques. These range from standard metrology equipment to the latest Computer Numerical Con¬trolled (CNC) axis measuring machines, and various Non Destructive Testing techniques. All inspection procedures are to civil aviation and military aviation standards.
Main responsibilities are to check accuracy of aero components and ensure that all documentation and procedures are carried out. Liaison with Dutch Air Force personnel, General Dynamics representa¬tives and the head of Quality Assurance over the Material Revision Boards (MRB) decisions over discrepant material. on some shifts hold total responsibility for all inspection work carried out on the shop floor.
During my 16 years as an inspector at D.A.F. Aerospace Division, I have carried out the following inspection tasks with the approximate dates
Responsible for the operation of a CNC co-axis measuring machine made by Zeiss of West Germa¬ny programs are written for aero components such as landing gear parts and helicopter rotors.
Responsible for the repair and overhaul of NATO air¬craft parts including shock struts, actuators, tension struts, axles and wheels, using standard repair procedu¬res
Responsible for checking aircraft components using Non Destructive Testing techniques. working to industries standard Mil-specifications:
Mil.spec 6866-- penetrant inspection
Mil.std 1949-- magnetically particle inspection
Responsible for the final inspection of main and nose landing gears for the General Dynamics F16 aircraft and also for all documentation to meet the customers requirements
Responsible for checking the quality of components using standard metrology equipment. In addition prepa¬ration of documents to meet quality assurance and customer requirements
1972 - 1976 ROLLS ROYCE AERO ENGINE DIVISION BARNOLDSWICK