Direct Time Study Lab

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Direct Time Study Lab- Stop Watch Brandon Winer Alyssa Habing February 4, 2008 IME 223
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Purpose: The purpose of this lab exercise is to execute the ability to perform time studies using various work examples. Procedure: 1. Watched the power point and hit the stopwatch as the slides changed. Recorded the time on the stop watch 2. Watched the video and performed same studies on the film of an actual factory worker. 3. Brandon assembled a flashlight as Alyssa performed a time study and recorded the data. Results: For the first two examples, the power point and video, Alyssa and I each recorded our own time studies data. For the most part this data is very close to the same,
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with the differences in reaction time. The flashlight data was recorded by Alyssa and includes both the total time to assemble as well as the time to assemble each specific part. Analysis of data: Little analysis of this data was really needed other than comparing our own time studies. We noticed that our times were mostly the same except for some
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