Inspection Tools In Quality Control

As the name suggests, inspection tools check the quality of your products. They provide you with detailed feedback on your products, making it easier for you to improve your operations and product quality.

These tools can be used in a number of ways. You can download them onto your laptop or smartphone and use them in conjunction with your phone to give you more information.

You can also send it to people who send you goods for review and packaging, which they can use to get more feedback as to whether or not they were satisfied with the item.

Some inspection tools offer different sets of features for different types of inspections. For instance, a press release app may have feature sets for press releases, which has potential benefits of being able to re-use, but also for having more changes made to, during an inspection.



A gauge is a tool that can be used to measure something. A gauge is used to measure length, width, thickness, or angle. Many times these measurements are hidden under a label, so do not skip over this!

Inspections such as testing for water pressure and earthquakes are all about using gauges. For inspections, gauges are used to record the amount of material passed and material missed during the inspection.

At demolition sites, gauges are used to record the amount of remaining water, power and control lines, underground infrastructure such as sewers and water lines, and estimated dates for each of these elements.

Many inspections use a combination of looking for certain signs and conditions that make noise or break along with a Gauge check.


A micrometer is a small tool used for measuring. It can be used to measure things like thickness of wood, the length of metal, the distance between components in a system, the size of an opening, the distance between openings, the size of a system component, the distance between components, the size of an opening.

micrometers are also nicknamed little rulers and were historically called little computing devices. They were used to measure distances and sizes in manufacturing processes such as tolerance measurements in manufacturing tolerances.

These tiny tools are very difficult to use at first, but with time and practice they become very easy. You can start using them now if you are getting ready for another project or starting a new project.

Magnifying lenses

A magnification tool is a handy way to inspect multiple areas of an item quickly. Using a magnification tool means changing from a close-up view to a larger view.

The advantage of the magnification tool is that the closer you get to the item, the more important it becomes to take full advantage of the magnification.

Using a power magnifying light is an easy way to take your inspection games up another notch!

Power magnifying lights typically have two settings: hard or soft. A soft light may only increase in brightness half as quick as a strong light. This is why most power magnifying lights have double or even triple heads on them so you can attach one to your keychain or purse.


Now, let’s talk about rules. There are a lot of them, so we will make this easy and give you a quick overview. All of the MacDonald products have some kind of rule set. These rules can be simple or complex, short or long, limited or unlimited!

For example, Unlimited Rule Set has a limit of five pounds per day per person, per day. A daily allowance of calories is recommended to keep your body healthy. Short term changes may be easier to stick to than changes that last a while.


A staple tool in the inspection toolbox is the thumb stick. The thumb stick allows an inspector to provide additional support to workers, allowing them to place tables back in areas they are working, moving items around, or removing items that are obstructing an area of concern.

By using the thumb stick as support and placement guide for objects during inspection, more critical areas of operation are demonstrated. This can save money in the long run as staff spend more time doing what they do best—producing quality results!

People who use the thumb stick most often are the inspectors who work with fingers and nose. Those with short fingers or short noses can easily wrap their thumb and finger around a thumb stick. The rest of them can just use their hands and nose to determine what is wrong and how to correct it.

The most used instrument on the planet is the tape measure.

Tap holders

A tap holder is a useful tool that you can use in your quality control operation. A tap holder can be built into a range of products, from countertop accessories to kitchenware.

A tap holder is a piece of plastic or metal that you place on the top of a bottle or container and allow you to measure the dosage of liquid in the bottle or container.

This helps create confidence in products, since they cannot just add water to make it thicker and/or longer, which is what would happen if you put it into a container. It also helps create consistency in products, since they must have the same amount of liquid in them at all times.

To use a tap holder, you first plug it into an electrical outlet and then put the item you want to measure on the top of the plastic arm that holds it. You can rotate it left and right to view its contents, although only vertically will allow you to measure something.

Thickness gauges

A thickness gauge is a useful tool that can be used in quality control. They can be used for checking for wrinkles, broken seams, and similar problems.

It works by being placed on a level surface and then being rotated or scaled to determine the thickness of an item. This method can be used for checking lots of things, making it a valuable inspection tool.

Mostly use is in checking fabric thickness when making patterns. When all the pieces are identical in thickness, it is easy to measure it. When one piece may be thicker or lighter than the rest, this helps find an accurate size for the headphones consumers will need them to purchase.

When looking into thick and thin materials, there is usually something else that makes a difference such as how much force needs to be applied on them or what heat source should be used to apply the heat.

True centered gauges

Having true center gauges on your car can be useful. They allow you to know how far you have gone, as well as tell you what direction you are heading in. The center gauge gives you a clear view of your speed and distance.

The side gauges can be confusing at times. You must always keep them clean and maintained to get the full benefit of these additional pieces of information.

Some cars do not have a true gauge in the front or back. If your car does not have a gauge, there are ways to check the quality of your vehicle. One way to check is with the Vehicle Inspection Tool (VIT).

This tool is used when checking for brake problems, tires that are low or high, and other issues with the vehicle that could exceed safety standards. The VIT will help ensure your vehicle is in good mechanical condition.