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Contents

Executive Summary

This section is much like an abstract and summarizes the entire report

Introduction

This section should include an introduction of the product and a brief description of group members (i.e. who was responsible for which sections or tasks)

Before Disassembly Section

General notes about the product (it's condition, how it works, how many parts, types of materials, etc)

Disassembly Procedure

  • Document each step to disassemble the product
  • How difficult was each disassembly step?
  • What types of tools were required to perform this step?
  • Include a picture of each disassembly step

Number Part Name Process Material Difficulty 0-10, 10 hard Details 1 Casing injection plastic 0 was left over 2 Handle injection plastic 2 twist off 3 Wrench machined stainless steel 0 slid out 4 screw machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 5 square bolt machined stainless steel 1 twist off 6 guard machined iron 2 screwed off 7 Screw (4) machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 8 washer (4) machined stainless steel 1 slid off 9 spacer (4) machined stainless steel 1 slid off 10 bevel gear machined steel 2 screwed off 11 gear washer (2) machined steel 3 screwed off 12 Screw (4) machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 13 Head Piece cast/forged iron 1 slid out 14 armature forged/welded aluminum 0 attached to 11 15 Spacer injection plastic 1 slid off 16 screw machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 17 Cord cover injection rubber 1 slid down 18 short screw machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 19 silver screw (2) machined stainless steel 1 loosened 20 clamp forged stainless steel 1 slid off 21 power switch injection plastic 1 slid out 22 screw machined stainless steel 2 screwed off 23 stabilizer holding (2) forged brass 0 came out with 21 24 stabilizer (2) machined graphite 0 attached to 22 25 wires (2) drawn/coated copper 0 attached to 22 26 clips (4) forged stainless steel 1 slid off 27 brace forged stainless steel 0 came out with 17 28 magentic Core forged/welded aluminum 1 slid out 29 wires (4) drawn/coated copper 0 attached to 27 30 bearing cover injection rubber 0 popped off

Dissassembly Process


















Step # # Part Removed Process Details Tool 1 2 twist off wrench stayed inside phillips head screwdriver 2 4,5 screwed off keep on guard 3 6 slid off keep together 4 7,8,9 screwed off keep in gear 5 10,11 slid off keep together 6 12 screwed out long, attach head to body 7 13,14 slid off connected 8 15 slid out put on shaft 9 16 screw out put back in case 10 17 slid down set aside 11 18 screwed out shorter than screw in step 9 12 19 screwed out loosen screws 13 20 slid out white on right, black on left 14 27 slid off was with screw in step 11 15 21 slid out just push it out of slot 16 22 screw out set back in case 17 23,24 slid off graphite piece goes into machine 18 25,26 slid off 1 with 1, 2 with 2, B and A clips on outside prongs 19 28,29 slid out wires are marked, 1,2,A,B 20 30 slid off make sure it is placed on bottom of 14

  • when putting back together, do step 17 after 7 is placed back in. work from the head to back, the shaft

and core have to be in the case inorder to hook the wires up anyways*

After Disassembly

Part Table, including:

  • Part number
  • Part name
  • Number of parts of this type
  • Part material
  • Part manufacturing process
  • Image of the part
  • CAD file for selected parts
Angle Grinder 1.jpg
Gear 2.jpg
Angle grinder.jpg

Media:Assembly.wmv

Assembly

  • Document each step to reassemble the product
  • How difficult was each assembly step?
  • What types of tools were required to perform this step?

After Assembly

  • Does it still work?
  • Conclusion remarks

References

APA Style You must use this format (It's easier than MLA, so don't worry).