Here is my lab 4. As you can see I have no clue as to how to create the relationship chart. I've googled tutorials and videos and I'm still confused. Could you provide a step by step tu
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Routing (Operation S
3.31) Defines Kanban. Which are the different types of Kanbans? List at least five benefits of using kanbans. Why are kanbans important in cellular manufacturing?
Kanbans are a Japanese system used in "just-in-time" manufacturing to facilitate the "pull"
November 1, 2015
3.18) When would you recommend a group technology layout? - I would recommend a group
technology layout when there is a medium demand for a moderate number of similar
3.19) When would you
October 24, 2015
3.6) What is the impact of backtracking in a manufacturing process? Discuss several methods to
prevent backtracking from occurring. The impact of backtracking in a manufacturing process
is that i
October 10, 2015
2.18.) A part requires three processing steps on two machines in the sequence A-B-A. The demand for this part is 10,000 units per year. The company operates six
days per week, eight hours per day. Gi
A computer recycler sells computer enclosures to a computer remanufacturer. To meet monthly expected demand, the remanufacturer needs 2,000 enclosures. The recycler utilize
disassembly process with sc
This is my first time embeding a word doc in exel. Let me know if this is not how you prefer. Thank you, Anita Woelfel
Bill of Materials for a Cheeseburger
3 hamburger patty
September 4, 2015
1.) What is Lean Manufacturing? List 4 key points. Lean manufacturing is a
systematic way of identifying and eliminating waste (nonvalue added activities)
through continuous improvement by flow
August 30, 2015
1.5.) What criterion should be utilized to determine the optimal facilities plan? To achieve an
optimal facilities plan the organization must achieve supply chain excellence by taking six steps.
September 7, 2015
1) What are the seven types of waste? - 1.Storage 2. Transportation 3. Waiting 4.
Motion 5. Process 6. Defects 7. Over-production
2) What is pull production? Pull production refers to