Value Added Tools. Emerson Lean Supply Chain Training Ver.06.26.2006. Agenda. Welcome & Introductions Emerson Supply Chain Development Overview Lean Basics Foundation Elements Value Stream Mapping Value Added Tools Non-Value Added Tools Quality Tools Implementing Lean.
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Emerson Lean Supply Chain Training
Takt time=105 sec
Starts with GOOD Measurement
LossesOverall Equipment Effectiveness
Defects in Process
Start-up and Set-up
PIC, Gary Hamilton
*Need additional time studies to verify improvement.
*CL02 has 3 primary jaws covering 80% volume.
Work Place Organization
No matter what you call it, the goal is the same! Spend more time making product and less time getting ready to make product.
Shigeo Shingo’s teachings can be classified into the three concepts:
· Just In Time (JIT)
· Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED)
· Zero Quality Control
Shigeo Shingo, as part of JIT, also pioneered the concept of Single Minute Exchange of Dies. SMED was developed in order to reduce the fixed cost associated with the setup and changeover of dies. The basic elements driving the SMED concept are to reduce the setup time of dies, which directly result in smaller batch sizes for parts. A smaller batch size translates as lower costs associated with work in process inventory storage. This concept is especially beneficial as it allows the manufacturing system to quickly adjust to engineering design changes with very little cost. In addition, SMED allows for higher machine utilization, and in turn, results in higher productivity.
MTBF - Mean Time Between Failure
MTTR - Mean Time To Repair
May require more sophisticated monitoring approaches on critical equipment; many tools on the market
2. Eliminate sources of contamination
3. Establish provisional standards (include metrics!)
4. Develop general inspection training
5. Conduct general inspections
6. Improve workplace management and control
7. Participate in advanced improvement activitiesSeven Steps ofAutonomous Maintenance