Learners read how to identify a manufacturer's value streams - the first step to value stream mapping.
Learners read an introduction to the four basic types of force systems for a statically determinate condition.
Learners read a brief description of Kaizen and how it helps to eliminate waste in a process.
In this animated object, learners examine how to find the center of gravity of a steel rod and of a two-dimensional shape.
Learners view examples of devices that prevent mistakes from occurring.
Students view the steps to follow to add complex numbers in Excel.
In this animated object, learners examine what happens to lead and cycle times when the batch size is reduced.
In this animated object, learners examine how to establish an effective supply chain that builds customer loyalty.
Learners read how each of the steps in 5S can be used to organize an office.
This learning object introduces the student to the calculations involved in a sieve analysis -- including percentage retained and percentage passed.
Learners read an introduction of scalar quantity and vector quantity and force. Examples are given.
Learners answer questions about ferrous metals and alloys using a game show format. Immediate feedback is provided.
The conversion from rectangular to polar mode phase angle in radians is demonstrated in Excel.
In this interactive object, learners read a description of value-added and non-value-added activities and then place various work duties into these two categories.
Electronic WorkBench has a virtual instrument called "The Bode Plotter." Students view the proper set-up and use of this device.
Learners review office processes to find ways to save time.
Learners read how to determine the location of a contour for a specific location given a TIN.
Learners look through a telescope to see what a company chooses to focus on when making decisions about productivity, reducing waste, retraining, solving problems, and motivating employees.
Learners view steps to reduce changeover time in a manufacturing operation.
Learners read about the benefits of storing raw materials within 3 feet of the work area where they will be used.