© 2017 The superconducting tokamak JT-60SA is currently being assembled at the QST laboratories in Naka (Japan). Within the European contribution in the framework of the Broder Approach, Spain is responsible for providing JT-60SA cryostat. It is a stainless steel vacuum vessel which encloses the tokamak providing the vacuum environment. Due to functional purposes, the cryostat was divided into three large assemblies: the Cryostat Base, the Cryostat Vessel Body Cylindrical Section and the Top Lid. The second is an envelope made from SS304 that will be assembled by mechanical connection between the individual sectors. As part of the manufacturing process, dimensional inspections are carried out by laser tracker to check the tolerances of the pieces. Due to the high mechanical flexibility of the sectors, the way to support the pieces resulted very critical for the inspections as it was predicted by FEA carried out. The paper summarizes the measurement procedure for the dimensional inspections as well as the pre-assembly procedure of the whole component.