Advantages and Disadvantages of Internet

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1. Introduction2
a. Ergonomic2
b. Anthropometric2
c. Anthropometric Study2
2. Problem Statement4
d. Hand Tool4
e. Conventional Gardening Cutter4
f. Design Improvement Gardening Cutter6
g. Technical Drawing Design Improve Gardening Cutter7 3. Conclusion8

This project is brief about hand tool design that needs ergonomic attention and consideration. The report will discuss and explain clearly about what and how it can be improve under several aspects in term of efficiency, safety, ease of use, confortable and work performance. Upon completion of this assignment, the objective is to consider of a wide range of human factor that relevant to applied in order to create or design an effective product and understanding anthropometric and ergonomic consideration that affect tool design decision. a) ERGONOMIC

Ergonomic is the study of people and their relationship with the environment around them. Scientific data is use to make the work environment safer and more comfortable for human, and that scientific data is refer to anthropometric data. b) ANTHROPOMETRICS

Anthropometric is the study of the human body and its movements, it also involves collecting statistics or measurements relevant to the human body, called Anthropometric Data. The data is usually displayed as a table of results, diagram or graph. Anthropometric data is used by designers and architects. Anthropometric data is collect from personal human measurement and then applied to design / product, to make them more comfortable to use. c) ANTHROPOMETRICS STUDY

Anthropometrics study is the science of the physical dimensions, size, shape and weight of the human body. The word anthropometry comes from the Greek words "anthro", meaning "man" and "metrein" meaning "to measure". The study of anthropometrics is based on the...
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