MARINE CORPS TM 6115-34/8
General Defect Definitions - (Continued)
Smooth, rounded furrows,
Concentrated wear, parts out of
such as score marks whose
alinement, foreign particles in
sharp edges have been
unit during operation.
Forming of high spots
Misalinement of rotating parts.
between stationary and
A sharp indentation.
Careless handling or fine foreign
particles in unit during oper-
Deformation of surface.
Repeated impact of foreign object.
Presence of foreign particles
between loaded surfaces having
Narrow, shallow marks on
shafts and shaft gears
limits specified in the manual can be
economically restored to a serviceable
condition by grinding and plating in
accordance with QQ-C-320, or metalizing
to standard blueprint
Stationary parts with
cracks or elongated inserts, bolt or
stud holes, eroded or otherwise damaged
surfaces may be repaired by sleeving,
bushing, welding, nickel brazing, or
metalizing and machining to blueprint
performed by certified operators. The
metallurgical bond shall be certified as
serviceable for the assigned
functions of the part to which the metal
has been applied.
bond shall be checked on all parts