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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Meyers, Fred E., Stewart, Jim R.
Motion and Time Study for Lean Manufacturing, Third Edition, offers step-by-step procedures, forms, and practical advice on uses of time standards, motion-study techniques, and time-study questions.It covers other topics such as workstation design, successful attitudes, and goals for motion- and time-study people. Some of the features of this text are: Illustrations and tables that support the concepts presented End-of-chapter review questions that help users of the text review and master the material presented in each chapter. An appendix of useful forms that help users apply the concepts of motion and time study New to this edition of the text are: A chapter dedicated to the concepts of lean manufacturing Additional charts, procedures, and forms that reflect the current theory and practices of the industryThis textbook also serves as a perennial reference on the application of motion- and time-study techniques.Meyers, Fred E. is the author of 'Motion and Time Study for Lean Manufacturing', published 2001 under ISBN 9780130316707 and ISBN 0130316709.
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