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Flashcards in Just In Time Deck (18):
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Organization production on a functional basis by grouping together similar or identical operations

WORK CELLS

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A method of Just-in-Time production that uses standard containers or lot sizes with a single card attached to each (pull system).

KANBAN

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Cross trained people in various skills and in problem-solving techniques

OPERATOR FLEXIBILITY

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A schedule that sets the flow of materials coming into the factory and the flow of work through manufacturing.

VALID SCHEDULE

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Demand on a workstation that comes from the next workstation.

PULL SYSTEM

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A long term commitment between two or more organizations to achieve specific goals.

PARTNERING

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Requires short set-up times

QUICK CHANGEOVER

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Having the right parts and quantities at the right time and place. It does not mean adding cost.

ADDING VALUE

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Preventative maintenance plus continuing efforts to adapt, modify, and refine equipment to increase flexibility, reduce material handling, and promote continuous flow.

TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE

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Procedures that verify that a supplier operates, maintains, improves, and documents effective procedures that relate to the customer's requirements

SUPPLIER CERTIFICATION

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Work done at each workstation should take about the same amount of time.

UNIFORM PLANT LOADING

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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

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A company's swift reaction to changes in the volume and mix of their products.

PROCESS FLEXIBILITY

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Production at a constant quantity. Use of resources at a level rate, typically measured daily or more frequently.

LINEARITY

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Small general-purpose machines which can be adapted to particular jobs with appropriate tooling.

MACHINE FLEXIBILITY

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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

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Doing things right the first time. If something goes wrong, stop the process and fix it.

QUALITY AT THE SOURCE

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The time taken to perform tasks at each workstation on the line is the same or very nearly so. There will be no bottlenecks or build-up of WIP inventory.

BALANCING THE LINE