Gilbreths also devised a classification scheme to label 17 basic hand motions (such as search, grasp, hold), which they called therbligs (Gilbreth spelled backward, with the transposed).
This scheme gave the Gilbreths a more precise way of analyzing a worker’s exact hand movements.
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