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Examples of good practice for ergonomically designed machines

What characterizes an ergonomically designed machine? What aspects must be considered during design? Where can I find relevant information? This catalogue of good-practice examples of ergonomically designed machines is intended to assist in raising awareness of ergonomic parameters during the design of machinery and to indicate sources of more detailed information in standards.

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Some examples of good practice

ROKAMAT GEX P

Ergonomische Randschleifmaschinen ermöglichen aufrechte Körperhaltung

Parquet and Timber Grinder In the case of edge grinding of parquet, it is usually necessary to take an unfavourable posture... more

Legroom for improved accessibility

Im DMG DMU Monoblock werden durch größere Beinfreiheit ungünstige Körperhaltungen reduziert © Michael Hüter

Legroom for improved accessibility The bottom of the DMG DMU 125 machine housing is recessed. This provides the operator with greater... more