Group 12 - Leaf Blower

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Executive Summary

The objective project was for our group, twelve, to look into the assembly, function, manufacturing, and materials of a leafblower. The leafblower is a common device used by lawn care companies and some household owners. We analyzed the product, disassembeled it while taking careful notes and then reassembled the leafblower. We took pictures for the disection processes, recorded the level of difficulty for each step and analyzed each part of the product with great detail. The group worked well together as a team to complete this goal.

GATE 1: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

The link below is a detailed description of our request for proposal that includes the following:

Purpose
Work Proposal
Time Management
Group Assesment
Management Proposal
Inititial Product Assesment
Functionality and Complexity
Alternatives


Request of Proposal Page

GATE 2: PRELIMINARY DESIGN REVIEW

The link below is a detailed description of our preliminary design review that includes the following:

Causes for Corrective Action
Product Dissection Plan


Preliminary Design Review


GATE 3: COORDINATION REVIEW

The link below is a detailed description of our coordination review that includes the following:

Introduction
Causes for Corrective Action
Design Revisions
Solid Models
Component Summary
Engineering Analysis

Cooridination Review

GATE 4: CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW

The link below is a detailed description of our critical design review that includes the following:

Prodcut Reassembly Plan

Critical Design Reveiw

Contact Us

Group 12 (Leader: Michael Ciambella) mjc65@buffalo.edu