Introduction

The target user for the tool is a professional who uses a heat for forming and bending a variety of materials.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Heat Gun, use our service manual.

All screws on one side for ease of assembly
  • All screws on one side for ease of assembly

  • Wire has a stiffener for protection

  • Switch is placed on handle in an ergonomic position so that one hand operation is easy

  • The back of the handle and the back of the body are in a straight plane in order to place the gun in vertical position after operation to cool it down

  • Vents are placed in the top part to facilitate air flow

  • The product is colored in industrial orange to be easily visible and distinguishable from the work envoirnment

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All plastic detailing is made to have no overhangs
  • All plastic detailing is made to have no overhangs

  • screwing details are used in order to locate the two half together without external jig

  • A lip joint is used in order to secure the assembly and also make it impermeable and rigid

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  • All electrical components are connected using connectors instead of direct soldering to facilitate easy replacement

  • The components have negative placers inbuilt in the in plastic injection mold

  • The electrical components are placed in order to prevent shorting

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  • All heat components are suspended in order to prevent the heated elements to come in contact with plastic parts

  • The blower chamber is designed in heat resistant pet in order to prevent it from deformation

  • The motor and the blower fan has a press fit

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  • The heat tube is using mica support and kapton insulation

  • The external heat tube is stainless steel to prevent degradation of the tube.

  • The heat coil is used as a resistor to step down voltage for motor and hence it has a dual perpose

  • The heat coil is made of nichrome wire.

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  • Minimum number of screws (variety) are used and all screws are self tapping in order to eliminate the use of nuts and loose parts.

  • Assembly has location pins to align circular parts in a fixed orientation.

  • Heat rings are used in order to over heating

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