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NASA Inspectors Pictorial Reference Http Workmanship.nasa.Gov Lib Insp 2 Books Links List Temporary

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INTRODUCTIONSECTION 1 WIRE PREPARATION
SECTION 2 CRIMPED TERMINATIONS
SECTION 3 DISCRETE WIRING
SECTION 4 CABLES AND HARNESS
SECTION 5 PRINTED WIRING BOARD (PWB)
SECTION 6 THROUGH-HOLE SOLDERING (PWB)
 
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
The Inspectors Pictorial Reference provides full color visual examples of acceptance / rejection criteria whichmay be used for the design, manufacture and inspection of electrical / electronic equipment for high-reliabilityand space flight applications, and is a reference-only companion to the NASA Technical Standard, NASA-STD-8739 series of workmanship requirements documents.
ACCEPTANCE/ REJECTION CRITERIA
The following classification terms are used to identify acceptable and unacceptable workmanship conditions:
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PREFERRED – A condition that is close to “perfect”.
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MANDATORY – A hard requirement that must be met.
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 ACCEPTABLE – A condition that may not be perfect, but meets the requirement.
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UNACCEPTABLE – Does not meet the minimum requirement and that may be insufficient to ensure theform, fit, or function of the hardware in its end use.
REQUIREMENT REFERENCES
Each Acceptance / Rejection Criteria example contains a reference to the applicable requirement(s) from theNASA Technical Standard Series, NASA-STD-8739.x. In instances where there is no specific requirement, thereference defaults to Best Workmanship Practice, which identifies a procedure, practice, or process attribute thathas been demonstrated through use and experience, to result in a robust design and high reliability.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Special requirements may exist which are not covered by, or do not comply with, the visual examples depicted inthis reference, and which are in conflict with the requirements specified in the NASA-STD-8739 seriesdocuments. Engineering documentation shall contain the details for such instances, and shall take precedenceover appropriate sections of this reference and the requirements document.
CONTROL COPY NUMBER/DISTRIBUTION
Each Pictorial Reference is issued with a Control Copy Number, and all subsequent releases will be distributedin accordance with this numbering system. Each assignee will be required to remove and insert pages of eachrelease in their assigned manual in accordance with instructions given on each release, to maintain an up-to-date and useful reference. Should an assignee no longer require a manual, it shall be returned to theTechnology Division (NX) of Safety, Reliability, and Quality Assurance (SR&QA).This document shall not be rewritten or reissued in any other form not approved by NASA.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The illustrations and photographs contained in this reference represent a compilation of workmanship and “bestdesign practices” from currently used industrial, military, and NASA-approved workmanship standards, compiledfrom technical expert sources within NASA, and from the Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC).
 

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