Reverse Engineering: Blender - Gruppe 6




Introduction: Reverse Engineering: Blender - Gruppe 6

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This instructable contains the disassembly of the Logik blender L100BL 14E.

In the disassembly is followed by an explosive view of the blenders parts mounted on a wooden panel.

The goal of this exercise is to learn about manufacturing methods, while understanding how easy - or difficult it is to replace and recycle the different elements of the blender.

The instructable is made by:

Class A1 - Group 6 - Mads, Meho, Khuram, Frederikke, Jan & Mikkel
PRT - 2016 1st. Semester

Step 1:

Unscrew the four screws in the bottom of the base.
Three of the screws are the usual Philips head type, but the last one is a special triangular head type. (See picture)

Step 2:

Now we have access to the inner components.

But before pulling them out, we need to remove some of the stainless steel cover.
This is done by bending out the tiny flaps that are holding the cover in place.

The switch dial cover is now exposed, and can be removed.

Step 3:

Dismantle the screws on the module under the blender female clutch, so the whole module can be removed

Step 4:

Dismantle the rotor shaft and nut to the on/off button function thus loosening the wiring which is powered by the on/off control button and remove all the components.

Step 5:

It is now possible to remove the motor

Step 6:

Dismantle the screws on the assembly point for the motor mounting and mounting holder.

Step 7:

Dismantle the whole motor, including cables and wires

Step 8:

Dismantle the anti-vibration plate and the upper bearing.

Step 9:

Dismantle the carbon connectors

Step 10:

Pull off the fan mill and the washers behind the fan mill.

Step 11:

Disconnect the cables from the switch dial.

Step 12:

Dismantle the switch dial and pull out the four cobber connectors.

Step 13:

Pull out the rotor.

Step 14:

As the final step, the upper part is disassembled.

Step 15:

Now, you can see a short video of the dismantled blender.

Step 16: The Result

Here you can see the final result of our project.

The parts from the blender are attached to a board with a glue gun and plastic strips.

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    4 years ago

    Dear admin

    I would like you to help me

    With a small technical problem

    I have a logik blender and I opened it and now I want to close it but I need your help about the wires

    It’s same my blender

    What am asking now is

    How can I fix the wires

    I have tow little wires blue and red

    And one white

    And tow red

    And one blue

    And one brown

    Reply 4 years ago

    Hi Marwan. Thanks for contacting os. Our blender has been taken apart but not put back together again, so I can't help you with the wires, but I can give you some general inputs :) Blue and brown wire are usually 230V (or 110V in US) and the red and black wires are usually lower DC voltage like 5 or 12V. Hope it helps a bit! //Christopher