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Incoming & Outgoing Scope Evaluation Process

External Evaluation

    Inspect the following:
  • Engraved information against paperwork by the customer
  • Detachable components for damage
  • Eyepiece for damage
  • Tube for length and any other damage
  • Body for missing information which may require etching
  • Distal tip for damage
  • For cosmetic defects/damage
  • Fiber cone for damage or dull
  • Fiber cone holder and threads for damage
  • Locking pin or color rings for damage
  • If tube/body connection has been compromised
  • Fiber at tip for recession
  • Light angle of fiber at the distal tip
  • Light intensity

Optical Image Through Scope

    Inspect the following:
  • Visual clarity
  • Pointer on Aperture for correct position (when applicable)
  • Field of view
  • If the scope came in opened, and if the optics are loose/missing

Internal Optical Evaluation

    Inspect the following:
  • Proximal for deep dents and clamp marks
  • Seal at proximal window for possible leak/damage
  • Ocular assembly for moisture or other modifications
  • Spring, lens cap, and screws for damage
  • Aperture for damage
  • Rods for separation, chips, cracks/breaks
  • For modifications made to the optical system
  • Window/SSW at distal tip for leaks under pressure
  • Inner tube for modifications from original

All scopes are checked in the camera and evaluated under a microscope and with a loupe during the stages of the evaluation process.

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