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disassembly template

disassembly template (with levels)

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fit for purpose lesson plan

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logoWelcome to the Disassembly page

Introduction

Taking a product apart reveals how a product is made and assembled. Taking pictures of a disassembled product isn't enough, we need to know what have you leant by taking it apart. Ask yourself or your teacher for his/her opinion on why the manufacturer joined two pieces in a certain way.
Why a dowel joint instead of a dovetail? These notes should accompany your pictures, and will suggest ways of manufacturing your own product.

Also evaluate the product you are disassembling for environmental reasons, if you are having problems taking it apart it may mean the product is difficult to recycle.

How many parts or components are there?
How many assembly operations?

To assemble, are there specialist skills required to assemble such as welding, if so, the cost of these specialist skills needs to be factored into the cost of the product.