work station


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work station

a specific productive activity (e.g. drilling a piece of metal) which typically forms one link in a PRODUCTION-LINE sequence of activities involving the processing of materials through to final assembly of the product (see PRODUCTION LINE BALANCING entry for further details).
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The result is a line of tough-as-nails platforms and work stations helping any gun owner, armorer, shooter, competitor, gunsmith, etc.
The adjustable work station works like a draw bridge with 7 strand 550 cord straps on both sides with locking slider providing the desired height and durability.
"The UAE market understands that comfort and functionality equal productivity in the workplace, and this has enabled OFIS to sell numerous Ergo work stations to a large number of corporations and financial Institutions." said Jagan K., Business Manager, OFIS.
The club manager discovers to her dismay that the bartenders have been participating in an informal work station assignment rotation system of their own devising in lieu of management directly designating such assignments.
Currently, Robertson and her staff are conducting a study in a controlled environment to see how the body reacts to various work station configurations and workload levels over a long period of time.
A work station can be simple or elaborate, "low tech" or "high tech." A small space within the existing studio may be used, or the work station may expand to a whole new room.
She claimed health and safety regulations were breached, as no proper check was made of her work station.
The Work Station includes the following component parts: a 5 x 5 in.
MEC decided to install free standing work station cranes in the assembly and welding operations.
Garnering the People's Choice award was Horizon Plastics Co.'s work station. Molded by MSI Mold Builders, the work station also earned the Judge's Award and the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA)/Plastics News Honorable Mention.
In addition, during the work station at the hardware store, he discovered he had an aptitude for working in the warehouse.
Finally, we reentered more privatized domains of collection and study, in which a Mark Dion eco-crisis work station, a shot of Freud's study, an image of the Sir John Soanes Museum, among other room-sized still lifes (or rooms as still lifes), interacted.