Motion Study Lab

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Motion Study Lab Brandon Winer Alyssa Habing IME 223 3-9-08
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Purpose: To understand the principles of motion economy and apply the principles. Procedure: We gathered two pin boards and 30 pins. The operator placed the 30 pins into peg board in the designated boards. Meanwhile the timer timed the 5 different scenarios and recorded the data. The first scenario was using one hand to place the pegs. The second scenario allowed for two hands to place the pegs. The third scenario was the same as the second. The fourth scenario moved two boards 12 inches apart. The fifth scenario was to move 24 inches apart. Results and Calculations: c. We calculated approximately 23.5% more time was required for one hand than two hands. Using two hands is clearly more productive than using one hand, 100% more efficient to be exact. d. Condition B than A: 15% Condition C than A: 8.36% e. There is a 15% difference when moving the boards 12 inches and an 8.36% difference when moving the board 24 inches. This is because distance creates more of an obstacle
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course IME 223 taught by Professor Bangs during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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