Group 21 - Jeep® Wrangler Power Wheels

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Jeep Wrangler Power Wheels

Contents

Introduction

For this project, Group 21 was assigned the Jeep® Wrangler Power Wheels. Throughout the course of this project, the group has used an engineering approach to analyze this product. From product dissection, component, subsystem, and system analysis, and reassembly, the group has achieved an in depth understanding of how the product works, how it was made, and the engineering decisions that have gone into the manufacturing process. From this analysis, the group has even been able to conceive potential design revisions that would ultimately increase the product's functionality, decrease the product's cost, and simply increase the enjoyment the consumer gets from the product.

Group Members

Patrick Harrington
Conner Klein
Matthew Thogerson
Jamie Wasielewski
Wai Ken Mo
Nicholas Ruth

Gate 1

Work Proposal
Management Proposal
Preparation and Initial Assessment
Gate 1

Gate 2

Cause for Corrective Action
Product Dissection
Gate 2

Gate 3

Cause for Corrective Action
Component Summary
Product Analysis
Solid Model Assembly
Engineering Analysis
Design Revisions

Gate 3

Gate 4

Cause for Corrective Action
Product Reassembly
Design Revisions

Gate 4