06+TPM - A Road Map for Lean Manufacturing Journey Waste...

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Waste elimination Just-in-time Kanban Leveled/mixed production Short production lead time Small lot production Reduced setup time (SMED) Workplace organization ( 5S) Flow production Multi-process handling Operations improvement Equipment improvement Layout improvement Standardized work Cycle time control TPM TQC Autonomation (Jidoka) Five Whys Visual Control Andon (visual lights) Kanban Production control boards Poka-Yoke (mistake- proof) Line stop SPC A Road Map for Lean Manufacturing Journey
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TPM Total Productive Maintenance TPM is a team process implemented through specific techniques that systematically eliminates defects and losses due to equipment. The focus is on chronic losses root causes preventative problem solving development of equipment management system Increased operators awareness of equipment and its needs
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TPM Six Big Losses Downtime losses 1. Equipment breakdowns 2. Equipment setup and adjustment time Slowed production losses 3. Idling or minor stoppage 4. Reduced speed Production defect losses 5. Process defects 6. Reduced yields
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TPM Total Productive Maintenance TPM contains the following four elements Maximizing the overall efficiency of equipment, Establishes a company wide Preventive Maintenance system, Includes equipment designers and engineers, equipment operators, and maintenance workers in cooperation, Promotes PM through small PM team activities.
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TPM Is TPM is a company-wide approach to world class asset management. TPM is a "loss reduction" strategy that focuses on both equipment and process improvement . TPM is to move from a reactive maintenance to a planned maintenance culture . Early Equipment Management through TPM will help make new equipment acquisitions more practical.
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Basic Foundations of TPM Everyday Maintenance: First-Level Maint , machine’s daily operations should be checked. Cleaning, Lubricating, Replacing machine filters, Detecting abnormalities through senses Periodic Maintenance: scheduled annually like completely exam
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course EIN 4401 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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06+TPM - A Road Map for Lean Manufacturing Journey Waste...

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