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'''Additional features''':  
 
'''Additional features''':  
  
Lightweight design
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* Lightweight design
  
Requires up to 70% less effort
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* Requires up to 70% less effort
  
QuickLoad staple loading system
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* QuickLoad staple loading system
  
100% performance guarantee
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* 100% performance guarantee
  
==CAD==
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== Disassembly Proceadure ==
 
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[[Media:power_ease.zip|PowerEase Assembly]]
 
[[Media:power_ease.zip|PowerEase Assembly]]
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== Disassembly Analysis ==
  
 
== Housing ==
 
== Housing ==

Revision as of 14:43, 9 October 2007


Contents

Description

Power ease pic.jpg

Manufacturer: Swingline

Model: PowerEase

Model Number: 87862

Staples: Accepts S.F. 4 staples

Capability: Up to 20 sheets


Additional features:

  • Lightweight design
  • Requires up to 70% less effort
  • QuickLoad staple loading system
  • 100% performance guarantee

Disassembly Proceadure

Power ease.jpg


Click here to download the full CAD Assembly model of the PowerEase (unzip the files in the same folder):

PowerEase Assembly

Disassembly Analysis

Housing

The stapler housing holds the staples and also the springs that store the energy for the power assist. The housing has two clamshell style halves. For more details on the housing, click here: Power_Ease_Housing

Base

The base allows the stapler to sit on a flat surface and supports the rest of the stapler. The base also serves as a hard surface for the staple to be driven into. For more details on the base, click here: Power_Ease_Base

Handle

The handle allows humans to import energy to be stored in the stapler's springs and then released to drive the staple. For more details on the handle, click here Power_Ease_Handle