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straightline snowboards wakeboards kneeboards and tow lines
STRAIGHTLINESnowboards, Wakeboards, Kneeboards and Tow Lines
  • Fearon Brown
  • Monte Christensen
  • Fred Holubik

MBA 518

slide2
Topics of Discussion
  • Background
  • Manufacturing
  • Planning
  • Quality
1 background

1. Background

Company History

slide4
.
  • Founded 1986 as manufacturer of tow lines for water sports
  • Late 1980’s branched out into distribution of branded water recreational products
  • Began manufacturing wake and knee boards in 1993
  • 1994 limited production of snow boards
  • 1995 full production of snow boards
  • Diminishing role of distribution of branded products
production flow
PRODUCTION FLOW
  • Batch shop
  • 75 unit lot size
  • Nov. - March production for water sports
  • Jan. - Sept. production for snow
  • Oct. - Feb. cross over production - new design marketing, special orders
  • 11 of 14 manufacturing steps are generic to snow or water boards
  • Rope production - year-round as needed (low volume, assembly)
slide7
core assembly

inv

snow board core assembly

slide8
sand blast

mold inject

(2)

water board core assembly

water board core material (O/H)

slide9
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

water board core material (O/H)

slide10
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

water board core material (O/H)

slide11
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

drilling/inserting (2)

water board core material (O/H)

slide12
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

drilling/inserting (2)

final sanding

3 stations

rough/med/fine

water board core material (O/H)

slide13
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

drilling/inserting (2)

final sanding

3 stations

rough/med/fine

water board core material (O/H)

inspection/grading

slide14
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

drilling/inserting (2)

final sanding

3 stations

rough/med/fine

water board core material (O/H)

shrink wrap

inspection/grading

slide15
sand blast

core assembly

mold inject

(2)

inv

snow board core assembly

water board core assembly

presses (4)

tip/tail routing

de-flashing

rough sanding

3 stations

drilling/inserting (2)

final sanding

3 stations

rough/med/fine

water board core material (O/H)

shipping

shrink wrap

inspection/grading

packaging

3 planning

3. Planning

High Quality and Innovation

research development
Research & Development
  • Cross-functional teams
  • Design by experimentation
  • Industry standards
  • Custom laboratory
    • Competitor review
planning
Planning
  • Seasonality - year round manufacturing
  • New product every 6 months
  • Non-manufactured orders once a year
order fulfillment
Order Fulfillment
  • Made to order
  • Pre-season / In-season
  • Weekly work chart
  • Push quality on suppliers
4 quality

4. Quality

SPC

Team oriented

Process oriented

spc procedures
SPC Procedures
  • Parado charts
  • Push SPC down to suppliers
  • Computer generated defect reports
  • Results measured daily
  • Strive for only 10% defects was 35%
team oriented
Team Oriented
  • Daily meeting with leads about problems
  • Feedback taken from workers
  • Teams get incentive pay for quality
  • Each team the key to quality
slide25
Input into SPC

database

Bar Coded

Materials

Acceptance

Testing

Bar Coded

Defects

Pass

Quality

Pass

Quality

Quality Check

each Location

Completed

Product

Process Oriented

  • Bar coding of raw materials and defects
  • Acceptance testing at start of run
  • Written procedures at each location
  • Check quality at each stage
  • No formal QA group

No

No

Yes

Next

Location

Yes

Completed

Finished Goods

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STRAIGHTLINE
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