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1 Kanban Training A Comprehensive Training Tool for Using Kanban

2 Agenda Defining Kanban Brainstorming Exercise Kanban in Depth How it works Example of Kanban Exercise using Kanban Summary

3 Defining Kanban Kanban is Japanese for “card, ticket, sign, or signboard.” Comes from Toyota’s Production System Manages flow of production and materials –Used in a JIT “pull” system

4 After Using Kanban Before Using Kanban

5 Brainstorming Exercise Goals and hopes for kanban –Why are you implementing this system? What will a pull system do for you, the company, your employees? What are some things you could do with the potential savings from using kanban?

6 Kanban in Depth Kanban card example System attributes –Types of kanban cards Functions Rules

7 Kanban Card Example Supplier Pull From ContainerCard 1Order Quan. Part NumberDescription Kanban Card Special Instructions

8 System Attributes Material vs. Production cards –What to pull/produce –When to pull/produce –How much to pull/produce –Where to pull from Visual process helps people

9 System Attributes Kanban is used to eliminate waste and level production Typical production looks like this:

10 Functions Serves as the “nervous system” for production Improve and strengthen the factory

11 Rules 1.Don’t send defectives to the subsequent process 2.The subsequent process comes to withdraw 3.Produce only the quantity withdrawn 4.Equalize the processes 5.Kanban is a means to fine tuning 6.Stabilize and rationalize the process

12 How Kanban Works Push vs Pull activity Calculating: –How many kanbans are needed –Finding takt time –How many operators are needed ABC Classification

13 Kanban System Suppliers Production Process Final assembly Material Kanban Production Kanban Signal sent from Customer Customer

14 Calculating How Many Kanbans

15 Finding Takt Time

16 How Many Operators Needed

17 ABC Classification A- frequently ordered items, high volume B- somewhat frequently ordered, medium volume C- infrequently ordered, small volume

18 Example of Kanban US Synthetics has been using lean principles, including kanban USS was able to stabilize their production, along with their customers’ and suppliers

19 US Synthetic 7 Years Ago Batch Processes (Extremely Difficult To See and Fix Problems) Production Forecast (Almost always wrong) Push Systems (Producing even if there is no demand) Hero mentality / Constant Expediting Working overtime, but never working on the right stuff

20 Going Lean, Using Kanban

21 US Synthetic Kanban

22 US Synthetic Customers

23 Exercise for Kanban Demand Analysis

24 Demand Analysis Worksheet Part #Daily Demand A-B-CMachine 1 Cycle Time Machine 2 Cycle Time Selected Machine Machine Center Load A123351525 B123251525 C123752030 AA321952035 BB321203550 CC321154555 XYZ101506085

25 Finished Demand Analysis Part #Daily Demand A-B-CMachine 1 Cycle Time Machine 2 Cycle Time Selected Machine Machine Cnt Load A12335B1525M1-2525 B12325B1525M1-2375 C12375A2030M11500 AA32195A2035M13325 BB32120C3550M21000 CC32115C4555M2825 XYZ10150A6085M1-23000

26 Summary Define Kanban Brainstorm Exercise Kanban In Depth –Material vs. Production Kanban –Rules of Kanban Activity Review


28 Reading List Kanban, Just-In-Time At Toyota by Japanese Management Association-David Lu Kanban For The Supply Chain by Stephen Cimorreli Implementing a Mixed Model Kanban System by James C Vatalaro Kanban For The Shopfloor by Productivity Press Development Team

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