Assembly Method Concepts Concept 2 Concept 1 Concept

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Assembly Method Concepts Concept 2 Concept 1 Concept 3

Assembly Method Concepts Concept 2 Concept 1 Concept 3

System Design Selection Criteria 2 Person Ram (Concept 1) 2 Station Revolving (Kitting Connectors)

System Design Selection Criteria 2 Person Ram (Concept 1) 2 Station Revolving (Kitting Connectors) (Concept 2) One Person (DATUM) Kitting (Concept 3) Versatility of operators - + 0 + Safety 0 - 0 0 Setup Time 0 + Cycle Time + + 0 + Ease of Manufacture + 0 0 + Simultaneous Assembly + - 0 + Cost Total +’s 3 3 0 0 5 Total –’s 1 3 0 1 Total Score 2 0 0 4

Connector Holding Options Magnet OPTION 1 OPTION 2

Connector Holding Options Magnet OPTION 1 OPTION 2

Connector Selection Criteria Option 1 Option 2 Current Method (Datum) No damage to connector

Connector Selection Criteria Option 1 Option 2 Current Method (Datum) No damage to connector 0 0 0 Ease of Manufacture - 0 0 Ease of Loading Ease of Alignment + 0 + + + 0 0 0 Accommodate Part Tolerances + + 0 Ease of Maintenance Cost - - 0 0 Total +’s 2 4 0 Total –’s 4 2 0 Total Score -2 2 0 Works with Kitting

Angle of Assembly Horizontal Assembly

Angle of Assembly Horizontal Assembly

Angle of Assembly Angular Assembly

Angle of Assembly Angular Assembly

Angle Of Assembly Selection Criteria Horizontal Assembly Vertical Assembly (DATUM) Angular Assembly* (30 o-45

Angle Of Assembly Selection Criteria Horizontal Assembly Vertical Assembly (DATUM) Angular Assembly* (30 o-45 o) Footprint - 0 - Stability of Part (Most Important) - 0 +* Cost - 0 + Ease of Manufacture - 0 - Total +’s 0 0 2 Total –’s 4 0 2 TOTAL -4 0 0 *We felt that the stability of the bottle top in the base was the most important criteria. Since the angular assembly can assure a part stability greater than that of a vertical assembly, we chose the angular assembly method.