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  1. STRAIGHTLINESnowboards, Wakeboards, Kneeboards and Tow Lines • Fearon Brown • Monte Christensen • Fred Holubik MBA 518

  2. Topics of Discussion • Background • Manufacturing • Planning • Quality

  3. 1. Background Company History

  4. . • 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

  5. 2. Manufacturing

  6. 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)

  7. core assembly inv snow board core assembly

  8. sand blast mold inject (2) water board core assembly water board core material (O/H)

  9. sand blast core assembly mold inject (2) inv snow board core assembly water board core assembly presses (4) water board core material (O/H)

  10. 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)

  11. 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)

  12. 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)

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 3. Planning High Quality and Innovation

  17. Research & Development • Cross-functional teams • Design by experimentation • Industry standards • Custom laboratory • Competitor review

  18. Planning • Seasonality - year round manufacturing • New product every 6 months • Non-manufactured orders once a year

  19. Order Fulfillment • Made to order • Pre-season / In-season • Weekly work chart • Push quality on suppliers

  20. 4. Quality SPC Team oriented Process oriented

  21. SPC Procedures • Parado charts • Push SPC down to suppliers • Computer generated defect reports • Results measured daily • Strive for only 10% defects was 35%

  22. Team Oriented • Daily meeting with leads about problems • Feedback taken from workers • Teams get incentive pay for quality • Each team the key to quality

  23. 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

  24. STRAIGHTLINE • Questions?