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Girne American University Faculty of Engineering
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Girne American University Faculty of Engineering
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Industrial Engineering Department Laboratories

Computer Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory

Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Laboratory is designed for education and for research. The main focus of the GAU CIM laboratory is the integration of the design and manufacturing functions in the computer-integrated manufacturing environment.  The laboratory consists of a Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) cell with a robot. The robot is integrated with a Linear Slide Base for performing CNC machine loading/unloading tasks as well as material handling within the FMS work cell. The students learn to configure, program and operate the robot and the FMS work cell. Additionally, the quality control module is used as integrated to the robot for simple simulations of quality control cases.

Work Study & Ergonomics Laboratory

The Work Study and Ergonomics Laboratory provides facilities to perform methods analysis and time study with actual or prerecorded (motion film/video) operator performances. Manufacturing-related cases as well as service-related cases are exemplified. Equipment installed in this laboratory includes, video recording/playback systems, time study equipment, anthropometric kits, ergometer and various assemblies. Human physiology and dexterity, fatigue, workplace comfort-related tests and measurements are also to be conducted in this facility. Students will become familiar with human capabilities and limitations at work; measurement of workloads, designing and testing work methods for human comfort.