Virtual Dissection Dewalt 1 full

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Post Disassembly Analysis

Basic Description

  • Product: Heavy Duty 1/4 inch Drill
  • UNSPC code (for power drill): 2711270
  • Make: DeWalt
  • Model: DW 217
  • Power: 120 V AC at 50 to 60 Hz, 6.7 Amps
  • Speed: 0 to 4000 RPM
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs or 1.45 kg
Drill body.JPG

Disassembly and Assembly Procedure

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Post Diassembly Analysis

The table belows lists individual parts for DeWalt DW 217 Drill.

Table: DeWalt DW 217 Drill Parts
Part # Part Name Quantity Function Picture 3D model 2D model
1 Ball Bearing 1 Assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Ball bearing.jpg
Ball bearing.png
2 Left Brush Holder 1 Holds the brush on left side.
Brush left picture.jpg
Brush left.jpg
Brush left.png
3 Right Brush Holder 1 Holds the brush on right side.
Brush right picture.jpg
Brush right.jpg
Brush right.png
4 Ball Bearing at chuck 1 Assists the smooth rotation of the chuck.
Chuck bearing.jpg
Chuck bearing.png
5 1/4 Chuck & Key 1 Holds different types of ends. useful for various tasks.
Chuck holder picture.jpg
Chuck holder.jpg
Chuck Holder.png
6 Coil Spring 1 Regulates the contact between the journal and the brush.
Brush right picture.jpg
Coil spring.jpg
Coil spring.png
7 Gear Case 1 Secures chuck in place and houses gears.
Chuck holder picture.jpg
Cover-chuck.jpg
Chuck Cover.png
8 Fan 1 Vents the inside of drill and cools internal mechanisms.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Fan.jpg
Fan.png
9 Stator 1 Creates electromagnetic field and rotates the motor.
Stator picture.jpg
Field.jpg
Field.png
10 Baffle 1 Holds stator in place.
Roundcase picture.jpg
Roundcase.jpg
11 Cup 1 Secures ball bearing in place with snug-fit.
Rubber cover.jpg
Rubber cover.png
12 Bearing for Shaft 1 Allows the smooth rotation of the shaft.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Shaft bearing.jpg
Shaft bearing.png
13 Gasket 1 Seal the chuck assembly
Gasket picture.jpg
Gasket.jpg
Gasket.png
14 Output Gear 1 Rotational motion of the motor reduced in speed is put out through this gear for actual rotational motion of the drill bit. drill bit.
Gear.jpg
Gear.png
15 Needle Bearing 1 Assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Ball bearing.jpg
Ball bearing.png
16 Front Housing 1 Protects inner structures from impact and dust.
Housing picture.jpg
Housing 1.jpg
17 Rear Housing / Handle 1 Protects inner structures from impact and dust.
Handle picture.jpg
Housing 2.jpg
18 Screw (type 1) 2 Holds left and right brush holders in place.
Screw brush.jpg
Short screw.jpg
19 Brush 1 Connect the rotor to the electric circuit
Brush right picture.jpg
Magnet.jpg
Magnet.png
20 Screw (type 2) 3 Holds front and rear housings together.
Screw handle.jpg
Middle screw.jpg
Medium screw.png
21 Gear Case Cover 1 assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Ball bearing.jpg
Ball bearing.png
22 Restrainer 1 assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Pusher.jpg
Pusher.png
23 Armature 1 assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Ball bearing.jpg
Ball bearing.png
24 Gear & Shaft 1 Transmits direct torque from the motor to output gear.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Shaft warmgear.jpg
Shaft wormgear.png
25 Screw (type 3) 3 Holds chuck casing and front housing together.
Screw handle.jpg
Longest screw.jpg
Longest screw.png
26 Circuit Box 1 Controls the current and voltage through the drill.
Switch.jpg
Circuit-box (switch).jpg
Circuit box.png
27 Direction Switch 1 Switches the direction of current to switch the direction of chuck rotation.
Switch.jpg
Direction switch.jpg
28 Trigger Lock 1 assists the smooth rotation of the motor.
Switch.jpg
Lock.jpg
Lock.png
29 Pin 1 Holds circuit box and direction switch box together.
Switch.jpg
Pin.jpg
Pin.png
30 Direction Switch Box 1 Controls the rotational direction of the shaft thus for the drill bit.
Switch.jpg
Top box.jpg
31 Trigger 1 Pulled in to turn the drill on. Can be pressed in various degrees to vary the rotational speed of drill bit.
Switch.jpg
Trigger.jpg
Trigger.png
32 Rotor 1 Allows the rotation of the shaft through magnetic field.
Rotor assembly.jpg
Rotor journal.jpg