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Title: Intro. To Lean Manufacturing


1
Intro. To Lean Manufacturing
  • Identifying the
  • Value Stream

2
The Value Stream
  • Video Clip
  • The 3 Conditions
  • Customer willing to pay for activity
  • Activity brings material closer to end product
  • Activity is done right the 1st time

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  • The 3 Conditions (VALUE STREAM)
  • Customer willing to pay for activity?
  • Activity brings material closer to end product?
  • Activity is done right the 1st time?

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  • The 3 Conditions (VALUE STREAM)
  • Customer willing to pay for activity?
  • Activity brings material closer to end product?
  • Activity is done right the 1st time?

6
Fly Swatter Activity
  • Bottlenecks and Standstills
  • Counting the number of parts
  • Cutting a board to size
  • Moving parts from machine to machine
  • Fixing a part that is not square

7
Lean Manufacturing
  • The Seven Wastes

8
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Overproduction
  • Making more parts than can sell

9
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Delay
  • Waiting for processing
  • Parts sitting in storage

10
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Transporting Parts/Materials
  • Moving parts to storage locations
  • Moving parts from process to process
  • Conveyor
  • Belts

11
Non-Value Adding ActivitiesReview
  • Overproduction
  • Making more parts than can sell
  • Delay
  • Waiting for processing
  • Parts sitting in storage
  • Transporting Parts/Materials
  • Moving parts to storage locations
  • Moving parts from process to process

12
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Over-processing
  • Doing more work than needed
  • Painting the bottom of the drawer??
  • Think of your customer!
  • Craft Production

13
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Inventory
  • Money and storage going to parts not sold
  • Wal-Mart
  • JIT

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Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Motion
  • Moving parts more than the minimum
  • Cellular Manufacturing
  • Step Effic. X Step Effic. x Step Effic. X Step
    Effic. x Step Effic. x Step Effic. x Step Effic.
    x Step Effic. x Step Effic. x Step Effic. x

15
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Making Defective Parts
  • Parts that must be reworked to sell
  • Mass Production

16
Non-Value Adding Activities
  • Over-processing
  • Doing more work than needed
  • Inventory
  • Money and storage going to parts not sold
  • Motion
  • Moving parts more than the minimum
  • Making Defective Parts
  • Parts that must be reworked to sell

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7 Deadly Wastes of Manufacturing
  • Overproduction
  • Delay
  • Transporting
  • Over-Processing
  • Inventory
  • Motion
  • Making Defective Parts
  • Biggest Waste of All . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    .

18
Charades / Catch Phrase
  • Everyone must be involved
  • One guess per round per team
  • To answer post blue cup
  • Ideas have been given
  • Charades first than catch phrase
  • Anything Inappropriate 20
  • Minute to discuss team plan
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