Flashcards in Just In Time Deck (18):
Organization production on a functional basis by grouping together similar or identical operations
A method of Just-in-Time production that uses standard containers or lot sizes with a single card attached to each (pull system).
Cross trained people in various skills and in problem-solving techniques
A schedule that sets the flow of materials coming into the factory and the flow of work through manufacturing.
Demand on a workstation that comes from the next workstation.
A long term commitment between two or more organizations to achieve specific goals.
Requires short set-up times
Having the right parts and quantities at the right time and place. It does not mean adding cost.
Preventative maintenance plus continuing efforts to adapt, modify, and refine equipment to increase flexibility, reduce material handling, and promote continuous flow.
TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE
Procedures that verify that a supplier operates, maintains, improves, and documents effective procedures that relate to the customer's requirements
Work done at each workstation should take about the same amount of time.
UNIFORM PLANT LOADING
A method of inventory bookkeeping where the book (computer) inventory of components is automatically reduced by the computer after completion of activity on the component's upper-level parent item based on what should have been used and is specified on the bill of material and allocation records.
BACKFLUSHING OR POST-DEDUCT
A company's swift reaction to changes in the volume and mix of their products.
Production at a constant quantity. Use of resources at a level rate, typically measured daily or more frequently.
Small general-purpose machines which can be adapted to particular jobs with appropriate tooling.
The process of developing one or more schedule to enable mixed-model production. The goal is to achieve a day's production each day.
MIXED MODEL SCHEDULING
Doing things right the first time. If something goes wrong, stop the process and fix it.
QUALITY AT THE SOURCE