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• 1. OPERATIONSCHARTGIFT WRAPPINGBY: GROUP 5MABASA, LANMARKAGACITA, ANGELICAPANES, ISABEL FRUILENEANDALES, NILO JR.
• 2. OBJECTIVESAt the end of the activity thestudents are expected to:1. Apply the steps in making anoperations chart.2. Realize the importance ofconsidering the cost saving inthe operation level.3. Apply the basic planningfunctions.
• 3.  Identify the parts that are going to bemanufactured and those that are going topurchased complete. Determine the operations required tofabricate each part and the sequence ofthese operations. Determine the sequence of assembly, bothbuyout and fabricated parts. Find the base part. This is the first part thatstarts the assembly process. Put that parton a horizontal line. At the far right top ofthe page. On a vertical line extending downfrom the right side of the horizontal line,place a circle for each operation.
• 4.  Beginning with the first operation, list alloperations down to the last operations. Place the second part to the left of the firstpart, and so forth until all manufacturedparts are listed across the top of the pagein reverse order of assembly. All of thefabrication steps are listed below the parts,with a circle representing each operation. Draw a horizontal line from the bottom ofthe last operation of the second part to thefirst part just below its final fabricationoperation and just above the first assemblyoperation.
• 5.  Depending on how many parts the firstassembler puts together, the 3rd, 4th, etc.parts will flow into the first part’s verticalline, but always above the assembly circlefor the assembly operation. Introduce all buyout parts on horizontallines above the assembly operation circlewhere they are placed on the assembly. Put time standards, operationnumbers, and operation descriptions nextto and in the circle. Sum total the hours per 1,000 units andplace these total hours at the bottom rightunder the last assembly or pack outoperation.
• 6. APPARATUSCHIP BOARDGIFT WRAPPERRIBBONSCOTCH TAPEPAIR OF SCISSORSDEDICATION CARDGIFT RULER, PENCIL AND BALL PENS
• 7. COSTINGChip board = 7phpGift wrapper = 19phpRibbon = 8php per meterScotch tape = 5phpTOTAL = 39php
• 8. STEPS IN GIFT WRAPPINGMAKING A BOX Measure the dimensions of the gift andgive an allowance about 1inch. Reflect the dimensions in the chip boardand adjust the dimensions about half aninch for the cover. Mark the sides of the chip board withscissors that will serve as the edges of thebox. Fold the sides and marked edges, then cutthe edges. Put the tapes on the box. Place the gift and close the box.
• 9. WRAPPING Put the box at the center of the wrapper. Cut the wrapper that the flaps would be 2inches in excess, long enough to cover thegift box. One edge should be brought to the centerand taped down. The second edge should overlap the firstone and be taped down. The ends need to be folded in a mannerthat triangular-shaped flaps are formed. The flaps should be taped on the box toclose the short ends.
• 10. APPLYING TOUCHES Cut the edges of the ribbon in a Tie a ribbon around the box. The ribbon should first be wrappedlengthwise to the box followed by twistingat the seam. Wrap the ribbon width-wise. Tie the ribbon in a bow-shape. triangular-shape. Write a dedication. Place the dedication card and taped down.