Group 16 - Black & Decker Drill
The Black and Decker DR-202 power drill is a drill intended for home use. The quality of the drill was established to be quite high for home use as each component was evaluated once the entire drill was dissected. Each component of the power drill was made using different materials and manufacturing processes. The most common materials in the drill are rubber, steel, copper, and plastic. Once disassembled and evaluated the drill was reassembled and possible alternatives to make the drill better were established. Through all evaluations the drill had proved to be a sturdy power tool for the average consumer.
Leader & Main Contact: Eric Kieffer
Head of Wiki-Page: Jonathan Lottes & Alexis Wong
Head of Product Dissection: Sanket Chavan
Head of Solid Modeling: Kyle Lynch
If there are any questions or concerns please contact Eric Kieffer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Group 16 consists of five group members; Eric Kieffer, Jonathan Lottes, Alexis Wong, Kyle Lynch, and Sanket Chavan. The group was assigned a Black and Decker DR-202 power drill. All information regarding the drill and what the group did with it can be found by clicking one of the links below.
The Management Proposal can be found by clicking on the link below.
Link to Planning Materials
Gate 1: Request for Proposal
The Work Proposal and Initial Product Assessment can be found by clicking on the link below.
Link to Gate 1
Gate 2: Preliminary Project Review
The Causes for Corrective Action, and Product Dissection Plan can be found by clicking on the link below.
Link to Gate 2
Gate 3: Coordination Review
The Component Summary, Design Revisions, Solid Modeled Assembly, and Engineering Analysis can be found by clicking on the link below.
Link to Gate 3
Gate 4: Critical Project Review
The Product Reassembly Plan can be found by clicking on the link below.
Link to Gate 4