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Over the course of the semester, team 20 disassembled and reassembled the Black and Decker JS510G Jigsaw. Initially the team observed the characteristics of the saw without taking it apart. Notes were taken on the intended use, complexity, and development  profiles among others. The next step was to carefully disassemble the saw, documenting each step so that another might replicate it. Once that was completed, an in depth analysis and a CAD design was done on key components. Finally, the team reassembled it, once again documenting all the steps and generated a few ideas for possible redesigns. This project involved important engineering concepts such as manufacturing processes, technical writing, and the four factors: environmental, economical, social and global.
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[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jigsaw_Final_Report|Final Report]]
  
 
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Gate 1 documents the planning stage for the upcoming tasks.
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*Points of Contact
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*Team member’s responsibility
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*Project timeline
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*Detailed analysis of the product.
  
 
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[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jig_Saw-Gate_1|Gate 1]]
  
 
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Gate 2 involves the dissection of the product.
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*Disassembly Table
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*Subsystem analysis
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*Four factors’ influence
  
 
[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jig_Saw-Gate_2|Gate 2]]
 
[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jig_Saw-Gate_2|Gate 2]]
  
 
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The purpose of Gate 3 is a detailed analysis at the component and subsystem level.
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*Component Summary
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*Product Analysis
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*Solid Modeling Assembly
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*Manufacturing processes
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*Design revisions
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[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jig_Saw-Gate_3|Gate 3]]
 
[[Group_20_-_Black_and_Decker_Jig_Saw-Gate_3|Gate 3]]
  
 
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Gate 4 includes the reassembly of the product.
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*Reassembly Table
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*Comparison to the Disassembly
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*System Level design revisions
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Latest revision as of 17:56, 18 December 2011

Contents

Executive Summary

Figure 1: Black and Decker Jig Saw, Click to View

Over the course of the semester, team 20 disassembled and reassembled the Black and Decker JS510G Jigsaw. Initially the team observed the characteristics of the saw without taking it apart. Notes were taken on the intended use, complexity, and development profiles among others. The next step was to carefully disassemble the saw, documenting each step so that another might replicate it. Once that was completed, an in depth analysis and a CAD design was done on key components. Finally, the team reassembled it, once again documenting all the steps and generated a few ideas for possible redesigns. This project involved important engineering concepts such as manufacturing processes, technical writing, and the four factors: environmental, economical, social and global.

Final Report

Gate 1

Gate 1 documents the planning stage for the upcoming tasks.

Included in this gate:

  • Points of Contact
  • Team member’s responsibility
  • Project timeline
  • Detailed analysis of the product.

Gate 1

Gate 2

Gate 2 involves the dissection of the product.

Included in this gate:

  • Disassembly Table
  • Subsystem analysis
  • Four factors’ influence

Gate 2

Gate 3

The purpose of Gate 3 is a detailed analysis at the component and subsystem level.

Included in this gate:

  • Component Summary
  • Product Analysis
  • Solid Modeling Assembly
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Design revisions


Gate 3

Gate 4

Gate 4 includes the reassembly of the product.

Included in this gate:

  • Reassembly Table
  • Comparison to the Disassembly
  • System Level design revisions


Gate 4