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The design and implementation of maintenance tools is used in CAD / CAM tools, in order to make the necessary improvements in the whole process of disassembly of the equipment in question, and mainly to reduce the process time and eliminate the risk. breaking the most fragile parts of the equipment. The objective of the work is to elaborate the toolkit, to reduce the disassembly time and to eliminate damage to the equipment and its respective trajectories, with which the machine performs the machining of the designed drawing, were applied to the resources through a CNC language. (Computer Numeric Command) on a CNC lathe and a machining center. The elaboration of this project based on a CAD system, in this case Solid Works. The average time for disassembly of the equipment was around 2h, now with the proper use of tools, the same process had a time drop to 40 minutes, seen as a great time saving in the disassembly process.
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