Power Ease

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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


Power ease.jpg

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

Bicycle Assembly - Part 1

Bicycle Assembly - Part 2


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


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


Brakes can be any mechanism used to slow the progress of a bicycle. They are important safety and control features. There are many varieties of brake systems, the most common being front and rear rim brakes on modern production bicycles. For more details on the brakes, click here Bicycle_Brakes

Rear Hub & Gears

With the addition of gears on bicycles, people could maintain higher speeds while keeping wheel sizes small. For more details on the gears, click here Bicycle_Gears

Bottom Bracket

The Bottom Bracket is the piece that connects the two crank arms which are connected to the pedals to the bottom of the frame. The bottom bracket contains threads which securely hold them into the frame. For more details on the bottom bracket, click here: Bicycle_Bottom_Bracket

Fork and Handlebar

The fork connects the frame of the bike to the wheels of the bike. Different mechanisms are used to attach the wheel to the fork, but the most commonly used method is by a quick release system. For more information on the fork click here: Bicycle_Fork


The seat supports most of the bicycle rider's weight. For more details on the seat, click here: Bicycle_Seat


Bicycle wheels connect to the frame and fork via dropouts. Front hub, spokes, rim, tires, and the quick release mechanism form the wheel. For more details on the wheels, click here: Bicycle_Wheels