Overall Equipment Effectiveness. OEE December 8th 2003. Overall Equipment Effectiveness.
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Overall Equipment Effectiveness
December 8th 2003
OPERA GPN OEE
The following slides contain some sample images of these OEE systems
The main data entry screen provides the focal pointfor capturing data
Product Information can be captured from the site MRP/ERP
system by keying in the schedule number (order number)
All operational data on events that take place are captured automatically
or manually dependent upon the requirements
A notepad is included to provide detailed explanations
Records are created by shift and/or by new schedule
Number (order number)
OEE calculations and the detail calculations are displayed on screen
These can be viewed by individual record and by cumulative totals for a range of viewed records.
Analysis starts with top level downtime review for each individual record by
equipment and by Downtime header.
This screen also provides
cumulative downtime by shop order by equipment and by category
Full drill down capability is a feature of the system
Here downtime details are ‘Drilled’ into from the previous screen
Each piece of equipment has a subset of downtime codes that can be viewed by individual record by cumulative downtime, by shop order or by equipment
Analysis of downtime events provides data to support root cause analysis and to support continuous improvement
This allows the CI teams to focus on the areas of biggest benefit
An EIS (executive information
Summary) provides an overview by workcentre or by plant
The system can display the key performance for each shift so that comparisons can be made across the 24 hour day.
This allows root cause analysis to be performed and the key problem areas to be focused on
As part of this the system provides graphic details of schedule performance
The system can provide analysis of the cumulative output for the workcentre and can compare this with the expected planned output to provide cumulative variance information.
This information can be broken down by shift and provide details of the major problems causing downtime.
In addition the system provides a graphic display of the output values for ease of use
Using this screen we can analyse the durations of changeovers.
The data can be displayed by schedule
number(order no) and the average, the shortest and the longest changeovers can be easily identified.
It will also display the total number of changeovers in the period and analyse these by the changeover definition
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