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Unlike the MiniMOST, this version has been developed for less repetitive activities (less than 150 times per week), lasting from 2 minutes to several hours and based on operations ranging from 2 minutes to more than 10 minutes.

Introduction

    The MaxiMOST applies to it for long and little repetitive cycles. We find elsewhere more detail in relation to the transport. The main difference with the BasicMOST is based on the fact that the multiplier index is here from 100. Thus, if we obtain at the end of analysis a figure of 200, this gives us actually 20 000 TMU.

    Object Handling

    This group represents all the movements related to object Handling . It is noted by the letter P. The letter includes the movement to take control of the part and put it to another position.

    The sequence

    The sequence is here ABP. The definitions and values are the same as the general movements of the BasicMOST.

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    Use of machines and tools

    This group represents all the movements necessary for the use of machines and tools. This includes the action of taking it, using it and repositioning it.

    The sequence

    The sequence here is ABT. The T takes the place of all the categories of movements of the use of the tools of the BasicMOST.

    Machine Handling

    This group represents all the movements necessary for the use of machines and tools. This includes the actions of getting it started, returning the program…

    The sequence

    The sequence here is ABM. The M has the same definition as the m of controlled movements.

    Transport with a lift seat…

    This group of movements defined all transports with a ” heavy ” means such as a lift, truck… We find two specific movements:

    • S: Start and park
    • T: Distance to be carried out
    • L: Load and unload

    The sequence

    For this type of movement, we find a standard sequence, LTL AST T A, where:

    • AST: Go to the items to load
    • LTL: Load Items
    • T: Take the items to their place of storage or use
    • A: Return to the starting area
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