In the Design for Disassembly blog, I started a new laptop disassembly study. This will be the first of many on this study.
After 1000s disassembly experiments over the last 20 years, .I thought it would be a good time to revisit the procedure on the most complex laptop I could find. Why? What better way to investigate and hone the DfD process.
Stay tuned in the future for an unabridged ‘Design for X’ (DfX) strategy book or set of books.
Dr. Joseph Chiodo
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