Difference between revisions of "Can Opener"

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| align="center"|Reduces speed of rotation and provides more torque
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| align="center"|Reduces speed of rotation and provides more torque; connects to geared wheel
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| align="center"|Structural Components  
 
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| align="center"|Attaches the transmission to the motor and allows the shaft and transmission to run smoothly  
 
| align="center"|Attaches the transmission to the motor and allows the shaft and transmission to run smoothly  
| align="center"|Metal Composite with grease lubricant
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| align="center"|Plastic with metal axle
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Revision as of 14:33, 24 January 2008

Table 1: Durabrand Can Opener Bill of Materials
Part # Part Name # Category Function Material Picture
1 Casing Structural component Holds, protects, and supports internal and external components ABS plastic Image
2 Guide bar Support element Guides lever arm and can Metal Image
3 Magnet Holds can lid Image
4 Geared wheel Output Rotates can Metal Image
5 Cutting blade Cut though can lid Metal Image
6 Lever arm Structural Component Holds blade and magnet; on/off switch Plastic Image
7 Motor Input Rotates the geared wheel Metal plate, coil Image
8 Medium gear Output Converts the electrical energy into the horizontal mechanical energy Metal, plastic, and ball bearings Image
9 Large gear Transmission Reduces speed of rotation and provides more torque; connects to geared wheel Inner gear - metal; outer gear - plastic Image
10 Transmission Casing Structural Components Attaches the transmission to the motor and allows the shaft and transmission to run smoothly Plastic with metal axle Image
11 Washer Support elements Attaches the motor to the gears. Metal
Badwasher.JPG
12 Hypoid Gear Motion Conversion Elements Transfers power from shaft to transmission. Metal
Badhypoidgear.JPG
13 Drill handle and electrical circuits Input and support elements Provides the electrical power to the motor and turns the grinder on and off. Plastic and Electrical Circuits
Dissectedblackanddeckergrinder.JPG