The MTM 2

Evolution of the MTM1, the main challenge of the MTM2 is to simplify the system and reduce the time of analysis while maintaining a good accuracy. Introduction MTM1 is a powerful technique but it takes a lot of time. Usually a one-minute cycle analysis is limited. To...

The MTM 3

3th Evolution of the MTM, it aims once again to reduce the processing times of the measures. Introduction The third generation of MTM was developed by the Swedish Association of MTM in the years 19701. In the same logic as version 2, it consists of a new...

The MTM-UAS

With this new version of the MTM, the goal is to make it the fastest MTM system. Introduction The UAS system, Universal Analysis System,is introduced by the German association MTM en 1980. The system is a variant of the Mercedes system called C-Werte. With this new...

The BasicMOST

The MOST is a method of predetermination of time. Simpler and above all faster than MTM, it is based on standard sequences and the fact that most of the work is done with objects. Introduction The Maynard Operation Sequence Technique was developed in the years 1980 by...

The MiniMOST

The MiniMOST is suitable for very repetitive and precise movements. Introduction The MiniMOST is a variation of the BasicMOST specifically developed for very repetitive operations performed more than 1500 times per working week. It should be noted that for greater...

The MaxiMOST

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...