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== Project Overview ==
 
== Project Overview ==
  
Over the course of the semester, group 15 dissected, reassembled, and analyzed a Skil 7 1/4" Circular Saw. Throughout this process, the design, functionality, and other aspects that went into the engineering of the product were observed into order to arrive at a conclusions about it at a component and system level.
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Over the course of the semester, group 15 dissected, reassembled, and analyzed a Skil 7 1/4" Circular Saw. Throughout this process, the design, functionality, and other aspects that went into the engineering of the product were observed in order to arrive at a conclusions about it at a component and system level.
  
 
===Team Members===
 
===Team Members===

Revision as of 17:08, 8 December 2012

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Executive Summary

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Figure 1. Skil 7 1/4" Circular Saw

Project Overview

Over the course of the semester, group 15 dissected, reassembled, and analyzed a Skil 7 1/4" Circular Saw. Throughout this process, the design, functionality, and other aspects that went into the engineering of the product were observed in order to arrive at a conclusions about it at a component and system level.

Team Members

  • Nicholas Grieco (nlgrieco@buffalo.edu) - Group Manager/Supervisor
  • Theodore Nalesnik (trnalesn@buffalo.edu) - Co-manager/Wiki Specialist
  • Joshua Beres (jjberes2@buffalo.edu) - Group Documenter/Modeling Expert
  • James Pullano (jamespul@buffalo.edu) - Dissection & Reassembly Technician
  • Colin Mutton (colinmut@buffalo.edu) - Communication Director

Gate 1: Project Planning

Gate 1 includes the initial assessment of both the product and the group members.

Gate 2: Product Dissection

Gate 2 includes the physical dissection of the product and an analysis of the subsystems found within it.

Gate 3: Product Analysis

Gate 3 includes a detailed analysis of the product on a component and subsystem level.

Gate 4: Product Explanation

Gate 4 includes the physical reassembly of the product and an analysis of all the information gathered in order to arrive at conclusions about it.