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SETUP IMPROVEMENT. Setup: Definition. The setup includes everything, all elements and time from the last good piece of the previous job until the first good piece of the next job. In essence, Setup considers the ACTIVITES and TIME SPAN from GOOD PIECE (A) to GOOD Piece (B).

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setup definition
Setup: Definition
  • The setup includes everything, all elements and time from the last good piece of the previous job until the first good piece of the next job.
  • In essence, Setup considers the ACTIVITES and TIME SPAN from GOOD PIECE (A) to GOOD Piece (B)
what setup reduction is not
What setup reduction is not
  • Not to reduce set-up people
    • A 50% reduction in setup time will not lead to a 50% reduction in setup people. Typically no reduction in setup people.
  • Not to produce more product
    • (except when capacity is a issue)
why reduce setup times
WHY Reduce Setup times?
  • Key reason is to Reduce Lot Sizes
          • Reduced WIP
          • Reduce Lead Time
          • Better Quality
          • Flexibility
work content breakdown ex
Preparation, after-process returns, and checking of raw material, blades, dies, jigs, gauges, etc.

Mounting and removing blades, fixtures, chucks, etc.

Centering, dimensioning, & setting of other conditions

Trial run & Adjustments

30%

5%

15%

50%

Work Content Breakdown Ex.
two kinds of setup activity
Two Kinds of Setup Activity
  • Internal
    • Can be performed only when the machine is shut down, or process is not producing.
  • External
    • Can be performed while the machine is running, or process is producing.
fundamental rule
Fundamental Rule
  • If an ACTIVITY can be done with the process is running (externally), then it should be done while process is running.
where to start
Where to Start
  • Bottlenecks
  • Short Lead-time
  • Customer Complaints
  • Delivery
guidelines tips
Guidelines & Tips
  • Review and Document current layout & process
    • Data Collection
      • The complexity of the job change will determine how many observations needed
      • View complete change over whenever possible
      • Simulate change over when feasible
      • Video Record
      • Process Map
      • Fishbone
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Guidelines & Tips
  • Evaluate process, look for possible enhancements. Incorporate the operator, supervisor, processor, setup person, etc. in the evaluation.
  • Separate internal and external activities
  • Reduce internal activities by doing more work externally
  • Brainstorm for improvements
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Guidelines & Tips
  • Reduce/improve both internal and external activities
    • Internal
      • Standardize Fixtures
      • Locating Pins
      • Standardize die heights
      • Predetermined X-Y coordinates in CNC machines
      • Standardize & improve clamping methods
      • Reduce the number of bolts
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Guidelines & Tips
    • Standardize bolt heads
    • Cut off unnecessary threads
    • U-Washers
    • SPC - Pre-control charts
    • T-slot and U-slots in base plates
  • External
    • Eliminate adjustments - potential 40% to 50%
    • Maintenance of tools, gages & fixtures
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Guidelines & Tips
      • Preset tools and position dies
      • Assign additional people to setup when feasible
      • Pre-stage all items - Die carts, tool boards
        • get tooling, fixtures, dies, and molds
      • Dismantle and repair items
      • Clean up
      • Return tooling
      • What paperwork/necessary computer information
  • Reduce internal activities by doing more work externally
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Guidelines & Tips
  • Coordinate and plan external work
    • Create a Setup Chart
    • Color code fixtures and tool
    • Code location and description of dies
    • Locate storage as close as possible
    • Start preparation before the last part is run
    • Plan for extra manpower
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Guidelines & Tips
  • KEEP AN OPEN MIND, ASK “ WHAT IF”
  • Test ideas and measure results
  • Implement improvements
  • Document the new process
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • Quick reaction to the DEMANDS of the market is critical. The ability to give your customers WHAT, WHEN & HOW MUCH they want is essential. Efficiently changing from one job to another job is a MUST.