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Just-In-Time Manufacturing A PowerPoint Presentation By By Stephen D. Spangler
A Brief Overview Central ThemesCentral Themes Prerequisites for ImplementationPrerequisites for Implementation Just-In-Time TechniquesJust-In-Time Techniques A Brainstorming ExerciseA Brainstorming Exercise A Competitive Edge A Competitive Edge Major Misconceptions of JITMajor Misconceptions of JIT
A Brief Overview (cont’d.) Goals of Just-In-Time ManufacturingGoals of Just-In-Time Manufacturing Advantages of Just-In-Time ManufacturingAdvantages of Just-In-Time Manufacturing How JIT WorksHow JIT Works A Real World ExampleA Real World Example An ExerciseAn Exercise SummarySummary
Just-In-Time Manufacturing: A Definition Uses a systems approach to develop and operate a manufacturing systemUses a systems approach to develop and operate a manufacturing system Organizes the production process so that parts are available when they are neededOrganizes the production process so that parts are available when they are needed A method for optimizing processes that involves continual reduction of wasteA method for optimizing processes that involves continual reduction of waste
Central Themes Surrounding Just-In-Time SimplicitySimplicity QualityQuality Elimination of WasteElimination of Waste
Prerequisites for JIT Implementation A Reason for ChangingA Reason for Changing Executive CommitmentExecutive Commitment Strategic Manufacturing PlanStrategic Manufacturing Plan Commitment to ActionCommitment to Action
Just-In-Time Techniques Inventory Reduction as a Tool for ImprovementInventory Reduction as a Tool for Improvement Supplier RelationshipsSupplier Relationships Inventory “Pull”Inventory “Pull” Uniform Plant LoadingUniform Plant Loading
Just-In-Time Techniques (cont’d) Reduced Setup TimesReduced Setup Times Shop-Floor Layout and Production CellsShop-Floor Layout and Production Cells Total Quality AssuranceTotal Quality Assurance Preventive MaintenancePreventive Maintenance
Brainstorming Exercise: How can Just-In-Time Manufacturing be Effective in your Business?How can Just-In-Time Manufacturing be Effective in your Business?
A Competitive Edge Integrating and OptimizingIntegrating and Optimizing Improve ContinuouslyImprove Continuously Understanding the CustomerUnderstanding the Customer
The Major Misconceptions of JIT JIT is Only an Inventory Control SystemJIT is Only an Inventory Control System It is a Method to “Push” Inventory Back to the SupplierIt is a Method to “Push” Inventory Back to the Supplier JIT is a Quality Control ProgramJIT is a Quality Control Program
Goals of Just-In-Time Systems Design for Optimum Quality and CostDesign for Optimum Quality and Cost Minimize resources needed for Design and ManufacturingMinimize resources needed for Design and Manufacturing Be Responsive to the Customers NeedsBe Responsive to the Customers Needs
Goals of Just-In-Time Systems (cont’d) Develop Trust and Open Relationships with Suppliers and CustomersDevelop Trust and Open Relationships with Suppliers and Customers Develop a Commitment to Improve the Total Manufacturing SystemDevelop a Commitment to Improve the Total Manufacturing System
Elements in Materials Cost Saving Reduction of SuppliersReduction of Suppliers Long-term ContractsLong-term Contracts Reduce Order SchedulingReduce Order Scheduling Simplify Receiving SystemsSimplify Receiving Systems Eliminate unpacking Eliminate Inspection Eliminate inventory Stocking Eliminate Excess Material
How Just-In-Time Systems Work Requirements for JIT ManufacturingRequirements for JIT Manufacturing Firm-wide CommitmentFirm-wide Commitment Knowledgeable ManagementKnowledgeable Management
Requirements for JIT Respond to Customer RequirementsRespond to Customer Requirements Integrate all Processes in the Manufacturing SystemIntegrate all Processes in the Manufacturing System Employee Participation in Meeting CommitmentsEmployee Participation in Meeting Commitments Company wide Commitment to education Eliminate redundancy Reduce all Inventory Establish Continuous Improvement Goals
Requirements for JIT (cont’d) Use a pull Production SystemUse a pull Production System Design products for ManufacturingDesign products for Manufacturing Develop Controllable Production ProcessesDevelop Controllable Production Processes Have a Defect Prevention Program Reduce Setup Times Build Products to Specification
A Real World Example The Toyota Production SystemThe Toyota Production System
A JIT Exercise Q: What are the three central themes surrounding Just-In- Time Manufacturing and why are they important?Q: What are the three central themes surrounding Just-In- Time Manufacturing and why are they important?
Summary A review of Just-In-Time Manufacturing SystemsA review of Just-In-Time Manufacturing Systems
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