Design principle that calls for the end-of-life options of how the product, components and materials can be deconstructed.
Designing for disassembly has several benefits. It can make it easier for your product to be repaired or upgraded, prolonging its useful life. It can also help ensure your product is recycled and enable whole components to be reused. In fact, the degree to which your product can be disassembled easily often determines how the product will end its life.
Designing for disassembly involves some straightforward tactics, for example: