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OEE | Overall Equipment Effectiveness Explained with example
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8 Wastes of Lean Manufacturing Explained with Pictorial Example
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Simply Calculate Your Overall Equipment Effectiveness [OEE] Explained by Easy Example
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Mixed Model Sequencing – Basic Example Workload and Buffering
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Adjusting the production sequence is a popular way of handling production lines with a product-dependent workload. This post is part of rather long series on Mixed Model Sequencing. In the last post I discussed the basics of sequencing and the calculation of the takt time. This post describes the basics of adjusting workload and buffering […]

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Mixed Model Sequencing – Basic Example Introduction
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Your products may have different work content on your production line, which may make your line less efficient. One possible solution is Mixed Model Sequencing, a way to adjust the sequencing of your products to make the average work content stable. In previous posts I looked at the basics, at how to avoid the problem […]

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Mixed Model Sequencing – Complex Example Sequencing 1
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Sequencing products due to different workloads of different products at different workstations is tricky. This is now the sixth post on Mixed Model Sequencing, and we finally start with our sequence! Wohooo! Sequence the First Product The first product to be sequenced is usually easy; it is the biggest rock you have (i.e., the part […]

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Mixed Model Sequencing – Complex Example Data Basis
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Having a product mix with different workloads at different stations is challenging. Hence this is getting to be a pretty long series of blog posts on Mixed Model Sequencing. Let’s continue: Get the Quantities to Be Produced The next step is a smaller one. You need to figure out the quantities that have to be […]

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Mixed Model Sequencing – Complex Example Introduction
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In this rather long series of posts on Mixed Model Sequencing to handle product-dependent workload, we are finally getting to the most complex part: Sequencing of products when multiple stations have product-dependent workloads. Read on: How To Address Multiple Workload Imbalances In the following I will describe an approach on how to create a sequence […]

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Mixed Model Sequencing – Basic Example Sequencing
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Mixed Model Sequencing is one way to handle products that have different workloads on a production line. In this post I continue to describe the basics if there is only one station where products vary in workload. This is part of a (rather long) series of posts on product-dependent workload.  In my next posts I […]

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