Specifications and characteristics of equipment:. a-ff repair station 4.4 cracked.Portable flashlights in the prior art often comprise a number of components which are crimped together to form the assembly into a compact flashlight. Such prior art assembly methods require a number of complex steps to accomplish the assembly of these components together, and that often requires additional parts to accomplish the assembly of the flashlight. The additional parts required to accomplish the assembly of the components together prior to their attachment to each other add to the complexity and cost of producing the assembly of the flashlight.
Prior art flashlights comprise electrical components, such as batteries, switches, and optical elements, as well as mechanical components, such as springs, door switches, and reflectors. When a prior art flashlight is being assembled, these electrical and mechanical components must be handled by the assembler. If the components are to be positioned in a particular manner, the assembler must exercise a degree of flexibility to accomplish this, often requiring the assembler to spend an inordinate amount of time handling the components while they are being positioned in the assembled flashlight.
Assembling a prior art flashlight is time consuming, and the degree of complexity of the components of the flashlight is a significant factor contributing to the overall time required for assembling the flashlight. If the assembly is to be quickly accomplished, complex parts must be eliminated from the assembly. Yet often the elimination of these complex parts makes the assembly of the flashlight more difficult. As such, if a part of the assembly of the flashlight is difficult to accomplish, the flashlight cannot be completed in a shorter amount of time.
Another problem associated with flashlights of the prior art is that the battery container is often difficult to remove from the flashlight. The battery container must be removed from the flashlight so that a new battery can be inserted into the battery container. When a battery is inserted into the battery container, the battery container is often twisted or rotated while it is being inserted into the battery compartment of the flashlight. This twisting and/or rotation of the battery container often requires the use of both hands of the assembler to accomplish. When the battery container is difficult to remove from the flashlight, it often takes an inordinate amount of time to accomplish this removal. Furthermore, the components of the flashlight other than the battery container are often difficult to reassemble after the battery container has been removed. This also often requires the assembler to manipulate various parts of the flashlight to reassemble the flashlight, which can take a long time.Q: 0b46394aab