PORTABLE CARTS WITH WHEELS. PORTABLE CARTS

Portable carts with wheels. Asleep at the wheel tour dates 2011. Behind the wheel training.

Portable Carts With Wheels


portable carts with wheels
    portable
  • easily or conveniently transported; "a portable television set"
  • A version of something, such as a small lightweight television or computer, that can be easily carried
  • a small light typewriter; usually with a case in which it can be carried
  • of a motor designed to be attached to the outside of a boat's hull; "a portable outboard motor"
  • A small transportable building used as a classroom
    wheels
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
  • Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
  • (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
  • (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
  • A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
    carts
  • (cart) a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal
  • A shallow open container on wheels that may be pulled or pushed by hand
  • A strong open vehicle with two or four wheels, typically used for carrying loads and pulled by a horse
  • A light two-wheeled open vehicle pulled by a single horse and used as a means of transport
  • (cart) handcart: wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels; "he used a handcart to carry the rocks away"; "their pushcart was piled high with groceries"
  • (cart) haul: draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"
portable carts with wheels - Portable Computer
Portable Computer Cart / Desk on Wheels, Cherry Finish w/ CPU stand
Portable Computer Cart / Desk on Wheels, Cherry Finish w/ CPU stand
This computer desk, while modern and stylish, is designed for maximum comfort. Unlike cheaper desks that are made out of inexpensive plywood that bend and sag after a few months of use, our desks are made out of heavy-duty MDF board which is ultra strong and is certain to provide years of exceptional performance. This desk features heavy-duty double wheels that are hooded for your safety. Two of the wheels have locking mechanisms to keep your computer cart in place. The desk has a slide-out keyboard tray that is ergonomically positioned to minimize wrist fatigue and make long periods of typing as comfortable as possible. This desk was designed to get your complete PC unit into the smallest possible space. The top monitor shelf measures 29 7/8 x 19 3/8 inches and is 31 1/2 inches off the ground. Most CPUs will fit in the bottom CPU shelf. The surfaces are finished with a scuff resistant Cherry color PVC material. And the bracing is a black powder coated metal. Assembly required. Computer not included.

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5S Set in Order Video
5S Set in Order Video
* 5S is an integral part of Lean and Set-in-Order is the second stage of 5S. Set-in-Order is probably one of the most difficult steps in the 5S process, but there are also more tangible benefits from implementing Set-in-order. * If you have not already done so, you might want to first watch our 5S Overview and Sort videos. * In review, the 5 S's are Sort, Set-In-Order, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain in that order. We will now focus on Set-in-Order for the remainder of this presentation. * Set-in-Order means arranging all of the items you have determined are necessary for production so they are easy to find, easy to use and easy to put away when finished. This includes determining the best locations for machines and equipment. Locations should be created for each item and clearly labeled. This reminds us of an old adage, "a place for everything, and everything in it's place". * Before you even begin Set-in-Order ensure that the Sort phase is completely finished. After all, why would you want to spend time creating locations for items you don't even need? * You already know a little bit about this phase of 5S, because we all practice Set-in-Order in areas that are important to us. For example: A: When it's time to eat, do we have to search for silverware, or do we have it perfectly organized and ready right where we need it? B: For you golf enthusiasts, the golf bag and cart are a perfect example of set-in-order. The clubs all have their own specific location, the cart holds the bag at just the right angle to allow the clubs to be easily retrieved and put away again. And there are special pockets for balls, tees, and every other accessory needed. C: Fishermen are the same way. When it comes time to find that special lure or any other piece of fishing equipment they have got it going on. D: Is hunting your sport? I'll bet you have a special cabinet at home where you carefully store all of your guns, ammunition, and other accessories where you can easily find them. E: And...well, you get the picture. If it's important to us, we practice set-in-order. * If we can make our workplace as important to us as our favorite sport or hobby, and practice set-in-order, we would enjoy our jobs much more than we do now. * 5S is also referred to as a visual workplace. Set-in-Order is the method we use to create a visual workplace. We want everything to be organized so we can know the status of everything at a glance. * In this example you can clearly see one tool is missing and by the red shape, you can tell even from a great distance away, it is the hammer that is missing. * In this example you can see that all of the brake form tooling is well organized, labeled, and color coded. It is very easy to find the tools you need and put them back in the correct place afterwards. * Our inventory needs to be organized so we can learn at a glance the status of it. The clear Plexiglass in this example allows us to review all inventory levels at once. * Here is a great example of setting up your inventory so you know exactly when you need to replenish it. * Another example of setting up a Kanban area where again at a glance you know the status. * You also want to create a workplace where the flow of work is obvious to anyone. * With visual instructions on how the work is to be performed * Kanban boards are an excellent visual tool. * Set-in-Order applies to safety equipment also. You want fire extinguishers to be visible so anyone can locate it in case of emergency. * You also want to make first aid kits visible and easily accessible in case of an emergency. * Let's look at some storage options to consider, for example: A: Some items can only be stored on the floor such as large machines or other large items. B: Some equipment can be made portable, which is ideal for flexible manufacturing C: Racks and Shelving can increase your storage capacity in a small amount of floor space D: And carts on wheels can be very helpful E: Flow racks can be used for work in process F: Storage bins are easy to identify and great organizers and space savers G: Cabinets H: Shadow Boards I: And also tools that hang from the ceiling * When it comes to implementing Set-In-Order, it's just like real estate. It's all about location, location, location. Let's talk about how to decide appropriate locations for items. * First let's create a spaghetti diagram to determine where the operators have to travel to get the items they need for production. This is easily done by observing and tracking the operators as they go about their normal production. * Here is an example of what a completed Spaghetti diagram looks like. Use this diagram to improve the layout of needed items by identifying and eliminating any excess motion. By locating parts, equipment, machinery, and tools in the be
Thank you!! Bread & Cheese Creek Clean-up Flyer April 10.10
Thank you!! Bread & Cheese Creek Clean-up Flyer April 10.10
THANK YOU! A Big Thank You to everyone who attended the Bread & Cheese Clean-up this past Saturday (4/10/10). We had a great turn out and removed on heck of a lot of trash and debris from the creek! Giving up part of one’s weekend is a big sacrifice, and it is truly appreciated. It is appreciated not only by me, but the residents along the section of Bread and Cheese Creek we cleaned, by Back River where the stream empties, and by the Chesapeake Bay were all these waters eventually flow. Everyone worked hard, they put their backs in to it and dug out shopping carts, they used their personal vehicles to haul trash to the dumpsters, they pushed wheel barrels full of junk, they waded into the chilly waters and the entire time everyone laughed and smiled. Some people were only able to stay for a few hours, others arrived before 7 AM and left after 4 PM, but everyone was wonderful help, and all help was appreciated. I can not say enough good things about this fantastic group of people. I hope to see them all at the next stream clean –up because I couldn’t have asked for a better group of people to work with. Although I can thank everyone enough, some people deserver a special thanks because of all they donated to make this effort possible so here we go (in no particular order): Gold’s Gym Dundalk donated water, and protein bars and several members of their staff to help under the Leadership of their Manager Raina Dewald, Poor Boys Hearth donated money and so did Hamilton Federal Saving and Loan as well as members of their staff came to help, Starbucks of Canton donated coffee and tea as well as members of their staff, Entenmann’s Bakery Outlet donated so much bread and sweets, that we were able to donate the left over’s to a local soup kitchen, Chesapeake Quality Traders donated granola bars, oatmeal Cookies and bottled water, Chic-fil-A (Eastpoint) donated three large trays of chicken nuggets, Daisy Troop 4239 donated several cases of Girl Scout Cookies, Cambridge Iron and Steel donated the use of two thirty yard metal recycling dumpster (allowing us to recycle the metal pulled from the creek, not let it rot in a landfill), Communications Electronics donated the use of sic professional Motorola radios, Bobby’s Portable Toilets gave us incredible low prices on their rentals. Captain Dee Fense of the Ravens also volunteered his day to help us out by helping to “Defend” the environment against pollution! Last but certainly not least all the volunteers who made and donated food as well as their time! If I left anyone out, I greatly apologize please let me know and I will let everyone know in my next e-mail! I especially would like to thank Ms. Candace Croswell and David Ritter of the Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Resource Management (DEPRM) and Victoria Stinson of the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (ACB). Without their assistance, guidance, and resources, this would have never been able to take place. The tools, dumpsters, supplies and the gentleman which assisted us from DEPRM were invaluable beyond measure! The gloves, first aid kits and signage from ACB were fantastic! Thank you for everything!! Anyone can see the huge difference before and after the cleanup. Four thirty yard dumpsters were filled, two with trash, two with metal (mostly shopping carts) and huge stacks of natural debris were all removed from the creek. Some of the more noteworthy debris included three hundred and two bags of trash, twenty-two shopping carts, seventeen tires, six bicycles, four skateboards, two porcelain sinks, a bath tub, an industrial cable spool, a swing set, and a boogie board... The Future of Bread & Cheese Creek… What we did this past Saturday was fantastic! However, we need to continue this effort. In order to do this, I am looking for individuals who would like to be part of a Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Council. If we have multiple people working on this, it will make planning and running future clean-ups easier and run more smoothly! The next major clean-up will be next year. This will most likely be Saturday, April 2, 2011 during Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Project Clean Stream Event and it would target the Area from the just before Old North Point following the creek East. Once again, thank you to everyone! You all did a fantastic job! And to those who weren’t able to attend, we hope to see you next time! Comments, questions, feel free to call or e-mail me!

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