Ease Of Assembly

EASE of assembly is important, because a detail that is a struggle to build is likely to be expensive and will often be executed poorly. A detail that goes together in an easy, relaxed manner is economical with regard to labor and will generally be done well. There are seven detail patterns that concern ease of assembly. Their names are almost self-explanatory, because these patterns deal with common sense issues of simplification, reduction of effort, and providing sufficient spaces for workers to do their work.

Uncut Units (page 130) Minimum Number of Parts (page 132) Parts That Are Easy to Handle (page 133) Repetitious Assembly (page 135) Accessible Connections (page 136) Installation Clearance (page 137) Nonconflicting Systems (page 138)

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