390 Test 2 - old

# 390 Test 2 - old - 1 Company ABC produces product YY The...

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1. Company ABC produces product YY. The first step is forming. The second step is punching and finally grinding. Then it is assembled with some purchased parts and finally it is inspected & shipped. Calculate the theoretical capacity of the equipment resource units and resource pool below. Ignore the issue of the machine operator at the forming, punching and grinding, and assembly and inspection/shipping processes. Resource Pool (p) Unit Load (min/claim ) Theoretical Capacity (claim/hr) Load Batc h Number Units in Resource Pool Theoretical Capacity of Resource Pool (claim/hour) Forming 10 1 6 Punching 5 1 5 Grinding 1 1 1 Assembly 3 1 2 Inspection /Ship 2 1 2 2. Company ABC produces product YY and product ZZ. Both products go through the same steps. The first step is forming. The second step is punching and finally grinding. Then it is assembled with some purchased parts and finally it is inspected & shipped. The resources are scheduled for 8 hours a day. There are two 15 minute breaks each day an unpaid 30 minute lunch period. Calculate the theoretical capacity of the equipment resource units and resource pool below. Ignore the issue of the machine operator at the forming, punching and grinding, and assembly and inspection/shipping processes. Resource Pool (p) Unit Load (min/claim) Theoretica l Capacity (claim/hr) Load Batch Number Units in Resource Pool Theoretical Capacity of Resource Pool (claim/ hour) YY ZZ Forming 10 6 1 6 Punching 5 4 1 5 Grinding 1 1 1 1 Assembly 3 5 1 2

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