Like many posts here we never see the full story.
What specification are we talking about?
For some, the answer would be yes. You would only be required to perform the verification test. Other specifications would require a complete curve. It's for this very reason I go out of my way to use computer controlled peening whenever possible.
If the nozzle was moved, it's rather easy to put it back into position with regard to x,y,z and vertical angle. However horizontal angle often proves to be difficult to document and
re-position later if moved. Regardless, performing a saturation curve test is never a bad idea.
Edited by Walter (09/08/16 08:03 PM)